This is the second mention (Danny found the product in the missing person's product in Season 3 episode "American Goddess") of the product "Fit & Trim" -- by Paige and her coworker early in the episode.
Goof: Grand Central Station only services Metro-North and Long Island Railroad trains and the farthest one can get out of town from there is Waterford, CT, or the other end of Long Island. Only the AmTrak trains depart out of town from the Penn Station and does not service Cincinnatti.
The word game in John Michaels's apartment has the words:
MARIA MALONE NAME MOTHER
Maria Malone is the name of Jack ex-wife and mother of his daughters.
Goof: When Jack is standing over Helen/Hope's dead body, the actress (Susan Misner) is seen twitching her left eye twitching.
Goof: Jack continues to pull the trigger of his Glock G23 after running out of bullets. It isn't possible to 'dry fire' a Glock more than once because the slide must be re-cocked to recharge the weapon after each trigger pull.
Goof: In Danny's flashback (the bar exam), all cars have the blue & white New York "Empire State" license plates. The cars should have had the older red, white, and blue "Statue of Liberty" plates around the time he went to law school.
The missing Girl, Daisy Thorne, is named after Poppy Montgomery's real life sisters, Rosie Thorne and Daisy Yellow.
Goof: When Daisy talks to Samantha at the bus stop, Samantha doesn't tell Daisy about the conversation between Curtis and Daisy's dad. Since Samantha also doesn't explain how they found her there, it's unlikely that Daisy expects Curtis to have kept quiet about her whereabouts.
Goof: Although the agents claim they don't know which parent of Daisy has blood on the knife, DNA analysis would confirm whether it's from the dad or mom.
Goof: When Samantha dials the phone to call the Eastman's, she only dials six numbers.
Goof: Originally, the percentage who want Chelsea 'to die' is on the left, and 'to live' is on the right. Later on, the two options switch places.
Goof: Tara overdosed three and a half months ago before her disappearance and was taken to the hospital but the tests results didn't reveal her condition.
Goof: Although Mrs. Patterson waited for 911 operator to be answered and then asked to hold on, 911 is answered instantly and under no circumstances will a caller be asked to hold on in New York City.
Goof: Although Tara disappears during the day (afternoon) and has been missing for 25 hours, New York City is in full darkness (night) when the team arrives.
Like in Season 1 episode "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?," this episode's main storyline doesn't center around a missing person. The only reference to a missing person is at the beginning, where Vivian, Martin and Danny discuss a missing person that turned up alive and well.
Jack's full name is John Michael Malone.
Goof: During Jack's deposition, the stenographer first started out typing on a computer but then switched to a typewriter.
Goof: When Jack gives a flower with a long stem to Samantha, but the next scene shows the flower's stem being shorter.
Goof: Samantha claimed that John Burns' truck registration was for a Ford F-150 King Cab. Only Nissan makes King Cab Pickups while Ford's 2-Door extended cab pickups are called the SuperCab.
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