Goof: When the body of the girl is found in the piano her eyes are closed but when Rachel is looking at the crime scene photos the eyes are open.
This episode originally aired out of order, as it was supposed to air directly after "Grand Master".
This episode also marks the first time that Profiler has addressed the issue of serial rape.
Larry Wilcox, who drove himself to TV stardom 20 years ago as California Highway Patrol Officer Jon Baker in CHiPs, returns to law enforcement when he guest-stars as a Florida state trooper in this episode.
Goof: When Jack is attempting to hack into the VCTF system, the attempt numbers go from 2186-368, --368 again, ---363,--367, --389. At attempt #2186-389 the system is logging in under pwd: OXUFG5A9AFILEYO but right after that the access number changes to 2186-360 and pwd: X958CQOU4756M9E.
Goof: In the email Jack sends to Sam in the end of this episode, the picture of Sam and Chloe on the couch is actually taken from the "The House That Jack Built", the episode after this one.
There is a poster of Traci Lords on one wall of McDern's jail cell. Later Traci is cast as Jack's protege/nemesis Jill Of All Trades.
In this episode we learn that Chloe saw Jack leaving the house the night her father was murdered.
Coop has two dogs named Bob and Ray.
Sam, Chloe, and Angel move into the "Fire Station".
We see Jack for the first time in this episode, complete in blue-lit splendor.
The title of this episode, "Insight," was the title for the show before it was changed to Profiler.