At the end of episode, the computer in the police station has a Solitaire Game open.
When Megan comes to Lightman in the hospital she closed the curtains, but when she's close to him and they're talking we can see that the curtains behind Megan are open.
When Megan shows her bruise, it changes color repeatedly between shots.
The bar that Lightman and Reynolds follow Dr. Burns to is the same bar that is seen in NCIS Season 1, Episode 20 (Missing).
Most of the guest stars of this episode (Benito Martinez, Catherine Dent, David Rees Snell, Cathy Cahlin Ryan, Kenneth Johnson and David Marciano) were regular cast members of the FX series The Shield.
The date of birth in the passport matches the real date of birth of the actor playing the character - Max Martini.
Eli said that he is friends with Emily and it looked like he was chatting with her, but we could clearly see that he was logged in as Emily Lightman not himself as we could notice that there were some notifications for Emily he wouldn't be able to see if he was logged in as himself.
Actually, the better way to have cleared the guy would have been to show that there was no gun powder residue on his hands. If he had just fired, then he should have had it.
If the gun used to murder Michelle would be examined, the fingerprints would prove that Duane didn't shoot her.
Cal: It sounds a lot like PTSD.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD is a severe anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to any event that results in physical trauma or psychological trauma.
Cal: Shepherd's pie.
Shepherd's pie, synonymously known as Cottage pie refers to an English meat pie made with beef mince and with a crust made from mashed potato. A variation on this dish using lamb mince is known as shepherd's pie. Unlike standard pies, cottage or shepherd's pie does not include a bottom pastry crust.
Martin's house is the exact same house featured in Adam Sandler's "Mr. Deeds" as Babe Bennett fake home.
Goof: Fearing a huge explosion, FBI agent Reynolds directs that the visiting school children have to remain in Lightman's building and away from exterior windows. He also states that more people are killed from flying glass than by the actual explosion.
The children are then put in the conference room which is surrounded by glass walls from ceiling to floor and each kid is seated within a foot or two of the glass. It isn't just the explosion that breaks glass; it is the shock wave and tremors that will shatter interior as well as exterior glass.
Both Garret Dillahunt and Brendan Hines portrayed characters on the show Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Dillahunt played Terminator "Cromartie," while Hines was Sarah Connor's love interest in the first season. Only this show has them in a scene together.
Goof: When Loker receives the second text from Cal he drags across the screen to open it. The iPhone does not provide this function as all texts from one sender appear in a continuous format in a vertical column. And when he opens the text it is on a blank background which should not have been the case.
Not so much a goof as a fairly standard practice of using still images stored on a phone to get the needed or desired look for camera, and also to avoid repeated takes for mistakes by actors that may not be familiar with the phones OS
This is also used for computers along with animations and digital replacement of screens.
As of this episode, Mekhi Phifer is casted as a regular in the opening sequence.
When talking to the serial rapist to learn the identity of the copy cat, Lightman questions him about his education, specifically "flunking out after one semester at Southern Iowa State". However, while there is an Iowa State University there is no school named Southern Iowa State.
In this episode we find that the woman Alec was meeting with was, supposedly, not a woman he was having an affair with but, rather, his sponsor in a 12-step drug program (either AA or NA). All such programs strongly discourage members from choosing sponsors of the opposite gender because of the risk of romantic or sexual complications.
Goof: At exactly 31:20 of this episode you can see a hand on screen which most likely belongs to one of the camera crew workers.
Goof: At the beginning of the episode they provide as an example, the face of someone about to do violence, a Basque separatist about to enter a bus with 20 pounds of explosives strapped to his chest. Basque separatists do not have and never have had suicide squads. That scenario is unrealistic.
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