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==Production Notes==
 
==Production Notes==
*Footage from {{ep|101}}, {{ep|108}}, {{ep|202}}, {{ep|207}}, {{ep|409}}, and {{ep|417}} was reused (flashbacks).
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*Footage from {{ep|101}}, {{ep|108}}, {{ep|202}}, {{ep|207}}, {{ep|409}}, and {{ep|417}} is reused (flashbacks).
   
 
===Continuity===
 
===Continuity===
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===Trivia===
 
===Trivia===
 
*The first female [[Klaustreich]] is seen.
 
*The first female [[Klaustreich]] is seen.
*The names of the sent and received emails on [[Nick]] and [[Juliette|Juliette's]] computer are of writers and other crew members for the show.
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*The names of the sent and received emails on Nick and Juliette's computer are of writers and other crew members for the show.
 
*The last names of the first two murder victims, [[Heidi McDunnah|McDunnah]] and [[Mary Ann Casey|Casey]], both are of Irish Gaelic origin. "Jack" also sings an Irish folk song after he kills [[Henrietta]].
 
*The last names of the first two murder victims, [[Heidi McDunnah|McDunnah]] and [[Mary Ann Casey|Casey]], both are of Irish Gaelic origin. "Jack" also sings an Irish folk song after he kills [[Henrietta]].
 
*The Irish folk song that Jack sings is a slight variation of the song {{w|Killarney#Killarney in song|"Some Say the Devil is Dead"}} by {{w|Derek Warfield}}, with the location in the song, {{w|Killarney}}, changed to {{w|Whitechapel}}; Whitechapel was the location of {{w|Jack the Ripper|Jack the Ripper's}} murders in the late 1880s.
 
*The Irish folk song that Jack sings is a slight variation of the song {{w|Killarney#Killarney in song|"Some Say the Devil is Dead"}} by {{w|Derek Warfield}}, with the location in the song, {{w|Killarney}}, changed to {{w|Whitechapel}}; Whitechapel was the location of {{w|Jack the Ripper|Jack the Ripper's}} murders in the late 1880s.
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