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In the scene in which Jane and Lisbon first meet the couple who own the restaurant, Jane is seen eating and enjoying his food. The camera pans to a different angle where the audience can see Jane's back but can still see him twirl the food onto his fork. The camera then pans back to Jane who has no food on his fork, but still puts it in his mouth and chews as though he had taken another bite.
Before Teresa exits the pit where she is examining Melanie's body, she takes off a glove, but in the next shot she has both gloves on.
Hope, Danny, Andy and Win were interrogated alone, without presence of their parents or legal guardians or lawyers. As they are minors police must wait for the arrival of their legal guardians even if the suspects didn't ask for them, or to provide some sort of public legal guardian to bear witness that the interrogation was not under coercion. Otherwise, all the confessions and all the information received during interrogation are inadmissible in the court. And police can not pursuit any leads from such information because it's called "fruits of a poisonous tree" and also inadmissible.
When Patrick gathers Christine's four friends at Devon point in order to put his cunning plan in motion the day is bright. Once they've pushed the gate and sit on the beach it's complete dark.
Jane realizes that the wife's alibi of being at a performance of "Peter and the Wolf" is false when he asks her whether the duck was represented by a flute or bassoon and she says "bassoon" (the duck's theme is played by an oboe). However in the reveal, when he tells her this, he says that the wolf is a bassoon. Actually, the wolf is played by French horns, and the bassoon represents the grandfather.
The mistress Adrianna Jonović is referred to as being Armenian. However, Jonović is a Balkan (Serbian/Croat) surname, while most Armenian surnames end in -ian. Due to major ethnic differences, it's highly unlikely an Armenian would have married into a Balkan family during the Cold War, thus adopting the surname.
"Adore Adore" by Yoav (Nicole's flashback)
"Für Elise" by Ludwig van Beethoven (Played on a piano at the hospital)
"Adore Adore" by Yoav (Played on Nicole's MP3 player)
Patrick Jane's car, a Citroen DS 21 is first seen in this episode. Incidentally, it is the same type of car that Rupert Giles drove (Grey 1963 Citroen DS) in Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
The motel used as crime scene in this episode is the same set as the motel used in popular comedy series My Name Is Earl.
A gun is found on the night stand of the motel room where the murder took place, but in the flashback later on, you can see the victim grab the gun and go down with it in his hands.
When Jane tells Lisbon he's going to read her mind, he tells her to think of shape other than a square -- while he is telling her this, he is holding his hands in front of him with his fingers outlining an invisible triangle. He then tells her to think of a shape that circumscribes the first shape; as he tells her this, his index fingers draw an invisible circle in the air. She then admits that her shapes were a triangle in a circle and it appears that Jane has read her mind.
Goof: When Grace Van Pelt looks up Undine's mother, her name on screen is listed as "Marisa Kopecki", although everyone refers to her name as "Mariska".
Grace Van Pelt's father is a football coach.
When Lisbon and Patrick questioned Brad, they did so without his parental permission and without their presence, anything he said would be inadmissible at court.
Red Rum spelled backwards is Murder.
"Trouble" by Bitter:Sweet (Opening scenes)
When we see the victim fall, she ends face up over a table. When the team shows up, she is lying face down on the floor.
At the end of the episode when Jackie Shaper shows up at CBI HQ for her date with Wayne, she is wearing a very sexy black and grey dress. Two days later on 2/19/2009 a Burn Notice episode, "Truth and Reconciliation" aired. In that episode, when Fi is at the home of Jean-Pierre Duman to spy on him, she is wearing the exact same dress.
When Jane goes looking for the car with the bomb in it, the cars are dry. When it pans to the parking lot with the van and the bomb, all the cars have large water droplets on them.
Patrick's blue and white car is a Citroën DS, actually a French car produced by the manufacturer Citroën between 1955 and 1975.
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