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This episode marks the first time Garcia flew on the BAU jet to a crime scene with the other team members.
Joe Mantegna and guest star Erik Palladino appeared together in Joan of Arcadia.
At the beginning of the episode, the fifth person who had been shot was facing the camera with the wall on his right and the subway on his left. The unsub came from behind the victim, shot him, and passed the man on the right side. When Hotch was presenting the case to the team, he showed the video from the security camera. On the tape, the wall was on the left side of the victim and the subway was on his right side. After he shot the man, the unsub passed the victim on his left side, exactly opposite from the original scene.
It is revealed in this episode that Prentiss was graduated from high school in 1989.
When Reid and the team are at the original crime scene, Reid is wearing the same clothes he wore in the pilot ("Extreme Aggressor").
It is revealed in this episode that Reid joined the BAU in 2004.
When he sees Mr. Corbett approaching his daughter's body, Det. Jarvis asks the BAU agents if they want to "Rochambeau" for the privilege of speaking to him. "Rochambeau" is another word for the game rock-paper-scissors.
Garcia was the new girl in 2004 and Reid thought her name was "Gomez." This was the first time Morgan called her "Baby Girl."
In the scene where JJ and Emily are talking about bureaucratic red tape, they are seen entering the Bernero Brothers building.
When Keri and Ryan opted to "pretend" there was no crazy man, they hear their dog barking and found him out the gate, which could only be opened from the inside, was open and the dog was gone. A few scenes later, Ryan sees the man walking his dog, who had just parked his car, and there was no gate or fence. Keri even looked out the window before she was abducted.
JJ refers to a letter that Keri Derzmond wrote to the Silver Spring Police. Silver Spring, Maryland, is an unincorporated part of the county and doesn't have its own police department. There is a Silver Spring office of the Montgomery County Police Department, which is where Keri Derzmond would have contacted.
It is revealed in this episode that Rossi has been married three times.
The dry-cleaning store in the opening had bars on the window when viewed from the outside and no people waiting at the counter. In the interior shot, the windows had no bars, they had doubled in size, and there was now a line of people out the door.
Guest stars Josh Stewart and Tia Texada worked together previously on the Edward Allen Bernero-helmed Third Watch.
Shemar Moore and guest star Michael Graziadei worked together previously on The Young and the Restless.
Det. William LaMontagne, Jr. introduced himself as Bill in "Jones," However, JJ and the rest of the team call him "Will" in this episode.
Reid explains at the school that Owen has a learning disability with spatial problems. For example, he wouldn't be able to fill in the correct bubble on a standardized test. However, they previously talked about how the shooter had the skills to effectively use an automatic weapon and how Owen's father had taught him how to shoot because he was a Marine. Shooting well requires excellent hand-eye coordination, which Reid said he didn't have at all.
When Reid is speaking before the "Beltway Clean Cops" group, his hair is parted on the left. A few scenes later, his hair is parted on the right. Then the part returns to the left side before he leaves the podium.
It is revealed in this episode that Morgan owns four properties.
The actors who play siblings Connie Galen and Georgie Galen, Nicholle Tom and David Tom, are real-life twins.
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