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It's odd that in a military courtroom they don't use military time. There's a reference to "9 p.m." but surely people in the Army would have said "2100 hours" instead. Submitted by Scarter, 2-24-14

And I think touch typing would result in uneven pressure on keys, and the hunt-and-peck system would result in even pressure, the opposite of what they said in the episode. Submitted by Scarter, 2-28-14

If you use the year the episode aired as a reference date, then the testimony would indicate that Rikki Stevens was about 15 or 16 years old in the Philippines when she "worked" at her job. Submitted by Kenmore, 4-15-14

I love that flowchart in Major Lessing's office. It's even titled "FLOW CHART" so that we know what it's supposed to be. However, it doesn't look like any flowchart I've ever seen; there are no yes/no branches. I suspect the prop guys weren't too sure what a flowchart was. Submitted by Alan Smithee, 5 May 2014.

There was no shortage of great talent on the Mason show. In this episode, two top-flight actors put on a clinic: the doe-eyed Lori March, always understated and believable, and the veteran Robert Armstrong, who crafts a powerful performance on the witness stand. Submitted by francis, 30 June 2014.

When Dexter looks at his watch, they cut to a closeup of the dial and we see that they've tried to obscure the brand by opening the watch and scraping the text... but you can still see the "X" pretty clearly at the end. Submitted by bobhoveyga, 7/3/2014.

It's amusing to me how suspects in PM episodes forget that there is likely a paper trail somewhere that will tell on them .. ironically, nowadays, public and private figures alike seem to forget that there is likely a camera watching them, to record both visible and sonic evidence of their conduct. And they still don't know enough to shut up and case their environment! Submitted by MikeReese, 8/16/2014.

It was convenient that Perry could get some finger prints from the FBI especially with quick turnaround. Submitted by Perry Baby 1/10/2015

Art. 1, Sec. 8 of the Constitution states "Congress shall have power to make rules for the government and regulation of the land and naval forces": the Uniform Code of Military Justice standardized court-martial rules among all 5 services in 1951. Submitted by History teacher Mike Bedard, 2.2.15. //

The movie "MacArthur" has a Corregidor scene where US money is burned & a soldier says, "That's 140 Million Bucks the Japs won't get." Mike Bedard 5.25.16.

In the first half, after Perry meets with his client in the lock-up, he finds Paul Drake waiting for him. The following conversation occurs on a soundstage with a base back-projected. Poorly done, actually. cgraul 96.2016