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Having the episode on DVD enabled me to run those few seconds back and forth very specifically to determine if a "body double" could have been substituted but masked for editing continuity. Such an edit DOES occur as Kay and Carrie walk with their backs to the camera and someone crosses the screen from viewer left to right, masking the edit when the double was likely put in place. Of course, by watching those few seconds only once, the "effect" is almost (not quite) subliminal.
On the way to the crime scene Munch tells Russert that Bolander will be back in three weeks, June 1st implying that this was in the middle of May. But in the courtroom the judge says that the incident occured on the tenth of April.
Jim-True Frost who plays Det. Roland "Prez" Pryzbylewski on another show set in Baltimore The Wire appears. Also Kate Walsh who plays "Addison Montgomery" on Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice appears.
Egan's wife was killed sometime between 7:30 and 9:55 A.M. But, when Briscoe and Curtis arrive at the precinct in Baltimore, the clock behind them is set at approximatley 8:58. So either, 11 hours have gone by in 15 minutes and without the sun setting (as we see when Munch and Briscoe go into the bar), the clock stopped, or they forgot to set it for a more appropriate time.