Goof: Although credits used the character name "Judge Anne Mayer," props apparently didn't get the memo. The name plate on the judge's bench read "Hon. Anna Mayer."
Goof: After Keith is arrested, Wheeler and Logan have a conversation over their car's roof. Two shots of Logan show him wearing a black watch with a black band. After a brief cut to Wheeler, the next shot shows Logan's watch has changed to a white metal one with a silver bracelet.
Goof: In the scene where Keith runs all over the MCS office, jumping on the desks, Logan accompanies Keith into the conference room and sits down with him. In the next scene, when Wheeler has finished Danielle's interrogation, Logan is back in the observation room.
Danny Ross has two boys, aged 14 and 10. Patricia Kent has at least one school-aged child. Megan Wheeler has a 16-year-old nephew.
Goof: When the police arrest Keith in his home, they handcuff his hands behind his back. When he's greeted by a cheering crowd on his way to the police car, his hands are handcuffed in front of him.
(Discussing Logan reviewing Tyler's porn collection.)
Danny Ross: So your partner drew the short stick.
Megan Wheeler: He's scanned over 10 hours of that stuff. Something tells me it loses its charm after
Danny Ross: Wheeler, it never loses its charm.
Danny Ross: Logan, how you two making out?
Mike Logan: We're fine... never had a partner with freckles before.
Danny Ross: Three years undercover -- vice, drugs, white collar -- no one ever made her.
Mike Logan: Well, I can believe that. She get carded at bars?
Detective Wheeler: Death by lubricant. Think there's a message in that?
Mike Logan: (to Keith Tyler) As long as you're here, maybe you can help us out. We're looking for some of your dad's... we're looking for, uh... (gives up) Wheeler?
Megan Wheeler: Do you know where your father kept his homemade porn tapes?
(After the authorities pick up Keith and Danielle, headed for Toronto.)
Mike Logan: Oh Canada, where the age of consent is 14.
Megan Wheeler: And you know this because ... ?
Mike Logan: I'm kind of a Canada buff.
A.D.A. Kent: You know what Mr. Carver's nickname for Major Case was? Major Hunch.
The school used for all the school scenes in this episode is Regis High School in Manhattan. Regis is a Catholic all boys school on the upper east side.
Special billing was given to Theresa Randle (Special Guest Star) in this episode.
Megan Wheeler: Yeah, carpe diem, "seize the day"?
Danielle McCaskin: You saw the banner in my classroom?
Megan Wheeler: No, I saw the movie, Danielle. The teacher used it to inspire his students to read poetry, not have sex with him.
This is a reference to the 1989 Peter Weir film, Dead Poets Society, starring Robin Williams and Robert Sean Leonard. The story surrounded an English teacher at a private school who used innovation to inspire his students to immerse themselves in literature.
Mike Logan: He stitches cops when they don't want to look like Scarface.
Referencing Al Capone, who gained the nickname "Scarface" after Frank Gallucio slashed the mobster's face with a switchblade when he made a move on Gallucio's sister. The gangster has been immortalized in a number of movies, including the 1932 Howard Hawks film Scarface.
This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of cases like Mary Kay LeTourneau and Debra Lafave. Both women were grown adults that engaged in love affairs with their students.