Harry presumably just got a PI license in the previous episode. It seems improbable that you can get one without being fingerprinted, since background checks are standard. But Murphy resorts to tossing something to Harry to get his fingerprints. Since she knew that he had applied for his P.I. license, it seems more likely that she would have just pulled the prints from the background check, assuming that she could gain access to that information.
Despite giving away all of his uncle's money and common worldly possessions, Harry, at least on paper, is still a multi-millionaire due to the value of his uncle's estate, which he still owns.
This is the first time in the series that a recap on the last few episodes namely episode 2 "The Boone Identity" is used.
It is revealed that Bob's full name is Hrothbert of Bainbridge.
Before Liz enters the room, Anya had inserted into the right part of Mrs. Jones' body an acupuncture needle. However, when Liz enters, the needle is not inserted anymore into the body of Mrs. Jones.
This episode marks the first time in which Dresden uses magic without a conduit — Harry changes the name on the door to "Liz Fontaine, PI" without any device or potion to do the spell, suggesting that his powers are very extensive.
Information on screen says Brennan's Office 9:22 a.m. however a clock in his office shows the time is actually 10:10 a.m.
In the opening sequence, Harry tells Kirmani that his father named him after Harry Houdini. What he's leaving out, but was in the books, is that his full name is Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden and he is actually named after three famous magicians: Harry (Houdini), (Harry) Blackstone, and (David) Copperfield.
For the first time in the series, we see that Harry owns a large orange cat. This may be "Mister", the cat that Harry owns in the novels, but this is never stated explicitly.
Kerry Lai Fatt's name is misspelled in the closing credits as Kerry LaFaitt.
In the beginning of the episode, Nancy keeps calling Dresden for breakfast while she prepares it. When the scene replays at the end of the episode, however, she only starts calling him after everything is prepared.
From this episode on there is a slight change in the opening theme score, in which some additional instruments were incorporated.
Between the moment Natalie's thugs fire their crossbows in Dresden's back and when they step into the scene holding their crossbows loaded once again only seconds have passed, while in real life it takes at least half a minute to reload a crossbow.
In the beginning of the episode, when Bianca comes looking for Dresden, Dresden's front door has curtains in it, but in all the other episodes only Dresden's back door has curtains in it.
This is the first time Dresden calls Morgan "The High Council Chief-Warden of Chicago", although on last episode Dresden called him "The High Council Chief-Enforcer of Chicago".
The end credits note a Stunt Bushnell. However, Bushnell was in "Hair of the Dog," not this episode.
In the beginning of the episode when Caryn enters Dresden's house and close the door we can clearly see that the notice "Harry Dresden - Wizard" is missing.
When Caryn hits Dresden with the wine bottle she hits him in the back, below even the neck. But on the next scene Dresden is putting ice on the right side of his head, a long way from where the blow was.
When Dresden is stirring his location potion looking for the hellion who robbed Jacob's Chain of Sin, if you watch carefully you can see that at the last instant the shot is rewound.
When trying to escape her captivity, Heather is held by Bushnell, who points a gun to her back. And after the camera shifts, he puts cuffs on her wrists.
The thing is: if you watch Bushnell's watch very carefully you can see it was around 3 o'clock when he pointed the gun to her back, but it was around 8:35 when he put cuffs on her wrists.
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