Early in the episode when Garcia is telling Morgan what happened to the Garners, she says, "both Garner boys." Later in the episode when Reid is speaking to Randall Garner, Garner says "and my son."
In the first part of this two-parter, Morgan is seen on the beach without a shirt on. He has intricate tattoos on both his shoulders, but nothing on his back. In the second part of the two-parter, which picks up moments after the first part ends, a tattoo is clearly visible above the collar of his tee shirt at the back of his neck when he is speaking to the detective in front of the Bryant family house.
It is revealed in this episode that Elle's father had been a New York City police officer who was killed in the line of duty when she was eight years old.
Elle's father nicknamed her "Peanut" when she was a child. "Peanut" was also what Mandy Patinkin's character called George in Dead Like Me.
Although JJ says Rebecca Bryant's birthday was in August, her file says "DOB/07-15-88." It also shows "HGT/5'07 WGT/125."
It is revealed that Reid's mother, Diana, has a serious fear of flying.
Principal Rawlings says his friends call him Hayden, and his ID clearly shows his name as Hayden Rawlings. However, the news refers to him as Howard Rawlings.
Despite claiming that the agents were in Virgina, when the suspect turns on his car, his radio displays 106.7 KROQ. This is a well-known radio station in LA, where this episode was likely filmed.
This episode takes place four months after the events that occurred in "The Fisher King" Parts 1 and 2.
When the unsub is first seen on screen, he is typing on his laptop connected to an ethernet cable. After looking at the TV news report, he comes back to pick up his laptop, only now it is not connected at all.
In the opening scene, the unsub's IP address appears briefly. It's easy to tell that it's a faked address because the first half of it is: http://209.2334.
Digital IP addresses consist of four groups of one to three digits separated by periods, e.g., http://###.###.#.##/. Four-digit groups are not in use.
The nickname that Agent Gilroy at the CACU uses is "Peter Pan," the boy who never grew up. The nickname of the unsub is "Man Child."
Garcia has four brothers who were all Tadpoles.
When Morgan follows Tony Canardo to arrest him, Morgan's shoes are clearly black leather boots of some type. As Morgan and Tony begin rolling around on the ground, Tony is wearing black leather (motorcycle) boots and Morgan is still wearing black leather boots. Yet as the green tent falls upon both of them, for a brief moment one can see Morgan is now wearing white leather sneakers.
After the fight is over and both Morgan and Tony are in the house, they are wearing their respective black leather boots.
When Morgan is walking from his car to arrest Tony Canardo, his holster is on his right hip. In the next shot, his holster is on his left and his gun is in his left hand. In the next shot, the holster and gun are both back on the right side.
Over the course of the episode, the only time Reid put on glasses was when he needed to read or examine something up close. However, during the second half of the episode, when he put on the glasses to examine the photographs of the victims, he didn't bother taking them off again.
There is a blood stain on Hotch's shirt sleeve before he shoots and cuffs the unsub.
When the unsub is shot by Hotch, he has a small beard. In the ambulance in the next shot, he is clean shaven.
It is revealed in this episode that Hotch and Haley named their son Jack.
When Morgan is outside Elle's house waiting for the rapist to show, the shadow of a person walking past the car's window can be seen.
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