When Garcia is speaking to Hotch and Rossi, she says, "Safe travels, mon ami." In the French language, this phrase should have ended mes amis.
At 23:25 Matthew Gray Gubler walks on camera, says his line, then tries to stifle a laugh. He looks at Rachel Nichols, who does the same. In the United Kingdom, this is called corpsing, which is a theatrical slang term used to describe when an actor breaks character during a scene by laughing or by causing another cast member to laugh.
Harvey Brinkman: I got arrested once. It was supposed to be expunged but it wasn't. It was really all just a big misunderstanding.
Prentiss: Ohhh. Well. It was just a misunderstanding.
Harvey Brinkman: Really?
Prentiss: (sarcastically) No.
Rossi: "Children begin by loving their parents; as they grow older they judge them; sometimes they forgive them." Writer Oscar Wilde
Hotchner: "When we were children, we used to think that when we grew up we would no longer be vulnerable. But to grow up is to accept vulnerability... to be alive is to be vulnerable." Writer Madeleine L'Engle
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic - May 1, 2012 on Prima family
Heard at the end of this episode was the song "Break Me Down" by Tenth Avenue North.
This episode introduces Agent Ashley Seaver, a cadet at the FBI Academy. The character was named for Ashley Weimer, a young woman who was diagnosed with desmoplastic small round cell tumor in 2008.
The song heard in this episode is "Far From Home" by Five Finger Death Punch.
This episode wrapped on November 2, 2010.
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