While the detectives interrogate the wife of the first victim, the towel on the woman's shoulder/back keeps changing from left to right.
Near the beginning of the episode, Trubel wakes up and grabs her throat in the close-up shot. But the camera instantly changes angles to a full-body shot of her in the bed and she puts the same hand to her throat again, even though she never had time to move it from its original spot.
Trivia: Bud's middle name is Ferdinand.
Trivia: Maintaining the secret of Monroe's full name, the judge is cut off by Trubel just before she can introduce the married couple by his full name.
Trivia: According to her computer file, Trubel's real name is Teresa Rubel, she was born 4/29/1993, she is 5'8" and 132 lbs, and her SSN is 943-19-3051.
Trivia: The episode begins on the night of March 19, 2014: two days before the episode premiered.
Trivia: Wu's first name is given as Drew.
When he and Juliette were estranged in Season 2, Nick slept on the couch. This episode confirms that there is a guest room in the house that Nick could have slept in but inexplicably chose not to.
When Tavitian pulls up to the accident site, the police car behind the wrecked car extends well beyond the wrecked car, blocking the road. But in the overhead shots, the police car is further back, almost entirely behind the wrecked car.
In the fake passport for Nick, under the name of Thomas Bailey Schirach, his nationality is Austria, but his place of birth is Bergen, Norwegen (Norway).
Trivia: "Trinket Lipslums" is an anagram for the fairy tale character Rumplestiltskin.
Wu describes Richard Bachman's novella Rage as a fantasy. It's a story about a high school student that goes berserk, takes a classroom hostage, and kills his algebra teacher. There are no fantastical elements in it.
Juliette was trapped on the edge of the pit for at least 24 hours: the night she came home, through the night that Nick and Hank went to the bar with Monroe, and the next day after Nick and Hank visited the factory. Despite that, she doesn't appear at all dehydrated and there's no evidence of any messy bodily functions.
Trivia: The episode ended with the typical "To be continued..." Followed by "Sorry."
Ryan is threatening Bud with a red-hot branding iron just seconds before Hank and Nick burst in the shop. However, when they arrive the iron is clearly cold.
Trivia: Bud's last name of Wurstner is finally given.
When Renard is looking at the copy of Adalind's ID the name written on it is spelled "Schade" but right under it it is typed "Shade."
Trivia: This is the first time that Nick faces a non-Wesen villain.
Trivia: The snake-like Konigschlange's name is Arbok: an anagram of "Kobra."
Trivia: The phrase that appears on the wall when Nick and Hank are chasing the addicts says, "Nicht lange Überkam die Katze wieder ein Gelüst" and it is from the story Cat and Mouse in Partnership by the Grimm Brothers.
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