The DVD found in the boy's lunchbox is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, which Wheeler notes isn't out for another three weeks. At the time of this episode's broadcast, only a script had been approved. Filming for the feature did not begin until September 2007. There is no way that Skater (or anyone else) could have had a copy of that film.
(Regarding one of the blasters.)
Danny Ross: If he's such a tough guy, why didn't he take out my detectives?
Zim Flamur: 'Cause they're not in blood with him. If they were, they'd be dead with the Nigerian.
Megan Wheeler: "In blood," like a vendetta?
Zim Flamur: Older. From the 15th century Code of Lek.
Mike Logan: (to Wheeler) You're not up on that, Wheeler? Goren woulda known.
Willie Tunis: (snaps a picture with a digital camera) Hello. Thank you for coming. (kisses Wheeler on the cheek while Logan grins in the background) So, you must be from TV Guide? For the interview?
Mike Logan: (grinning) Not quite. Different interview. (flashes his badge) You got a minute?
Megan Wheeler: Some mother. She didn't love Skater, just saw her son as a meal ticket.
Mike Logan: Hmm. If anybody had cared about him, he wouldn't have ended up in Potter's Field.
Danny Ross: Least he didn't stay there. You guys pulled him out.
Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers: Natural causes? What did you do, a drive by intake?
Eddie Hastings: He was outdoors three or four weeks, exposed to the elements.
Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers: He was hanged! After his ribs were broken. How do you miss that?
Willie Tunis: Witness protection?! Do do you get the extent of my fame? I I have over 129,000 Google references!
Mike Logan: You counted?
Danny Ross: We have a child sitcom star dealing drugs to children out of an ice cream truck in the park. Heartwarming.
The song that plays over the opening scenes is "Prisoner" by Adam Crossley.
Teterboro Airport is a real general aviation and cargo airport in Bergen County, NJ. However, the building used to depict the interior of the terminal is the headhouse of Pier 90 at the New York Passenger Ship Terminal, located in the West 50's on the Hudson River.
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