Dexter said the doctor had told him Lila had 72 hours to press charges. In fact, the statute of limitations for rape in Miami (Florida) is 4 years so she could decide to press charges up to 4 years later. Also, why would a doctor be telling two members of the Miami Police Department something like this?
Goof: Fingerprints on non-porous surfaces such as metal would be destroyed if exposed to water.
Dexter sends text messages on a Motorola phone, which does not have a QWERTY keypad. You should see him cycling through the letters for each key, but the letters just appear normally.
Lundy's slides and files reveal the names of more of Dexter's victims: Luke Wellens, Buck Forester, A. Jorgen, Kevin Mott, Jerry V., Sean Dibberman, Herbert W., Jacob Wilson, George Hoss, Olman Estavez, Alan Matherson, and Thomas Hillstat.
Doakes' aliases, supplied by the Department of Defense, are: Freddie Caldwell, Joby Harris, James Duke, and William Glass.
In this episode, we see that Dexter's box of blood slides is nearly full. However, in Waiting To Exhale the box is only half full, and Dexter has only killed three people since then (Hicks, Olson, and Jimenez).
Doakes departs for Haiti from the Opa-locka Airport, 10 miles north of Miami.
Dexter's victim count is 47: he uses 46 test tubes to take samples from his slide collection, and we know he killed Rudy, from whom he did not take a blood sample.
Music: "Bad Moon Rising" by Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Music featured this episode:
Miles Davis - "So What" and Chopin, especially Nocturne No.2 in E Flat, Major Op.9, No.2.
Goof: When Dexter and Lila are at the restaurant, Dexter goes to drink from his champagne glass, then we see a different angle, and he goes to drink from it again.
Music: "More Love" by Jon Licht.
When Masuka and Deb are smoking outside the building, he asks Deb for a light, and we can see Deb's cigarette is almost finished. However, in the next shot, when Deb hands over her cigarette, it becomes considerably longer.
Dexter pulls a wall mounted fire alarm pull station as a diversion and then calmly pushes the actuator back in to cover it up. This is not possible with modern pull stations because once the lever is pulled out, the actuator on the station must be reset with a key to allow the fireman to determine which precise alarm was pulled. This also happens with the smoke detectors but in that case a LED remains on to signify which alarm triggered the fire panel.
If Harry was already a detective when he met Dexter's mother, he shouldn't be in uniform when he took Dexter out of the shipping container in a previous flashback.
LaGuerta mentions that, counting the incident with Curtis Barnes, Doakes has been involved in two shootings in less than six months. The other shooting occurred in the episode "Father Knows Best", in which Doakes shot and killed Jacques Bayard, a Haitian war criminal.
SS FUBAR (Curtis Barnes' boat): FUBAR is a military term for F**ked Up Beyond All Repair
Goof: When Dexter brings Lila into the morgue and shows her one of his victims, the body is missing Dexter's signature mark: a cut on the cheek. In each of his kills, Dexter cut the victim's cheek with a scalpel to draw blood for his slide collection.
Continuity Error: The second time Dexter collects a sample of Little Chino's blood, he only collects enough to fill the tip of the pipet. But, in the next shot when Dexter is putting the blood on the slide, the pipet is filled much more.
As Dexter is leaving the office for the night, there is a visible reflection of a production crew member and a light stand in the glass door just as Dexter sees Lundy walking in the hall.
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