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Having a wedding in their series finales is just one of the many things The District and Lifetime's The Division have in common. Here's some more:
1) Both start with "The Di" and their second words both have 8 letters.
2) Both are police dramas.
3) Each started in the same season (2000-2001) and ended in 2004.
4) They have shared an astonishing amount of guest stars.
Noah Nelson has appeared in numerous episodes as a young Jack Mannion. Also, Noah is the son of star Craig T. Nelson who is Jack Mannion.
The nurse, by telling Nancy that a patient was in the advanced stages of Huntington's Disease, was in violation of federal law. The HIPPA Act from April 2003 prohibits any information about any patient being released.
C. Thomas Howell appeared in an episode (unbilled) in the first season in a flashback sequence.
The suspect gave a website of www.coeds-xposed.com. Even though the detectives can get into the site, it doesn't exist.
No hospital will arm their security with a revolver or any pistol, especially internal security.
Debreno says that he's sad that his ex and the kids couldn't see him. Temple says she's moved on so should him. Have they both forgotten about the female candidate for mayor back in the episode titled Drug money? It would have to be at least 2 months from The Mayoral Race to Christmas if that long.
Nancy got a routine blood test after getting wounded in the line of duty. Later, a doctor comes in and tells Nancy that she has Huntington's Disease. Why in the world would they -- out of the blue -- have tested her for Huntington's, which is a genetic disease, and probably very expensive and involved?
When Mannion is questioning Beth's "boyfriend" the camera is behind him and you can clearly see he is holding a glass of water. When the camera switches to the front he does not have it anymore, but when he gets up he hands the glass off.
Jack does not let his wife live with him because he thinks she is in danger. There is no reason to believe he would let his daughter come visit him.