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Dr. Sheldon Hawkes
Detective Stella Bonasera
Detective Donald "Don" Flack, Jr.
Detective Mack "Mac" Taylor
Detective Kylie Macca
The line "Gives a new meaning to cold feet" will be used again in Season 4, episode 9 One wedding and a funeral.
Stella was a foster child. She stayed until she was 18 and never saw her parents.
Goof: The "NYC Pass" shown 11 minutes into the episode looks nothing like a New York City MetroCard.
Goof: About 9 minutes into the episode, two shots of the Queensboro Bridge are shown, and then we see Stella, Aiden, and Flack investigating their scene, which they mention is on Staten Island. However, the Queensboro Bridge does not connect to Staten Island.
(After finding no poison in the bride's suite)
Mac: Well, move on to Plan B.
Danny: What's Plan B?
Stella: Well I did hear the one about the monk who went crazy and killed the others is true.
Flack: The 1-2-2 gets calls about strange noises coming from this place all the time.
Aiden: Will you stop? That's just an old urban legend.
Stella: Aiden, I think you'd better hold Flack's hand.
Flack: Yeah okay, cute.
Abel Bloom: We're Jewish.
Abel Bloom: Traditional. That's… that's how Hannah would describe us. You do it because you believe it, not because you fear it. That's what she always said.
Mac: Could happen to you, you know.
Danny: What, marriage?
Danny: Don't even say stuff like that Mac, it's not funny.
Mac: Somewhere in this city, someone could be wearing another killer outfit.
Kylie Macca: (about Hannah Bloom) Talk about cold feet.
Danny: If I said something like that, you'd smack me.
Kylie Macca: No, I'd ask if you wanted to get a drink later. I'm attracted to a man with a dark sense of humor.
Mac: Do you two want to be alone? I could push the dead body outside.
Mac: I guess no one's superstitious around here. It's considered bad luck for a bird to fly indoors.
Waitress: Oh yeah. Yeah he'd been in here about 2 minutes before he caused a big old thing about a seat at the booth.
Flack: A big old thing?
Waitress: Yeah him and this other thug that got off the bus with him. They were throwing punches until my manager threw both of them up out of here.
Flack: Did they continue their big old thing outside? (Stella smirks)
Stella: I'm driving.
Flack: No! Please let me drive?
Flack: Do you at least got a cracker or a piece of candy in the glove box?
Flack: Because when you drive, we don't eat!
Audrey: What motive do I possible have to kill her?
Mac: Walter Lisco is worth over 50 million dollars.
Audrey: Well, I promised my mother I'd marry for love.
Mac: Who couldn't love 50 million dollars?
Flack: Lot of high school kids hang out here, initiations, gangs, satanic rituals.
Aiden: A good place to get high… or get laid.
This is the first appearance of Bess Wohl in the show, playing the maid of honor, Audrey Davis. However, Bess Wohl will be back in season 4 playing a different character, lab tech Kendall Novak, in a semi regular way.
Jeffrey Vincent Parise, who plays Bobby Lugano, also appears in episode 7x08 Scared Stiff.
German episode title: Tod am Altar, meaning Death at the Altar.
French episode title: Jusqu'à ce que la mort nous sépare, which is the equivalent of 'Til Death do we Part'.
Air on a G String by Johann Sebastian Bach.
The Outsider by A Perfect Circle.
Relish the Trough by Tipper.
Stella: Meatball surgery.
This was a term frequently used on the TV series M*A*S*H. It referred to the surgeons being able to patch people up and stabilize them but usually not having time for more intricate work because they were in a war zone and had so many critical patients.
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