Character mistake: When Matt is talking to his priest Father Lantom, he says "it was a nice sermon" instead of "it was a nice homily." In the Catholic church "homily" is the correct word; sermons are Protestant. (00:11:30)
Starring: Rosario Dawson, Vincent D'Onofrio, Charlie Cox, Elden Henson, Deborah Ann Woll
The Ones We Leave Behind - S1-E12
Revealing mistake: When Matt is running across the rooftops doing Parkour to keep up with the car he's following, there is a shot of him running towards another roof about to jump. In this shot, it's clear there is a stunt double in Charlie Cox's place. (00:29:27)
Continuity mistake: When the Punisher knocks out Daredevil he wakes up with a gun taped to his right hand. When the Punisher says that Daredevil has to shoot him, Dardevil struggles to escape from his chains and we get a shot from his right side, where the gun is no longer there. In a later scene it returns. (00:32:05 - 00:34:55)
Trivia: Across the hall from Nelson and Murdock is an office that reads "Atlas Investments", a nod to the comic company (Atlas Comics) that would later become Marvel. The logo is the same as that of Atlas Comics too.
Trivia: The black suit and the mask worn by Matt is a replica of the Daredevil costume from The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989) and the 1993 "The Man Without Fear" origin comics by Frank Miller and John Romita, Jr.
Trivia: During their dinner, Vanessa mentions a prince in a white suit and an ascot, to which Fisk replies, "it's a bit much." In the comics Fisk has been drawn almost exclusively in a white suit and ascot.
The Path of the Righteous - S1-E11
Father Lantom: Nothing drives people to church faster than the devil snapping at their heels.
Frank Castle: You know the one thing you just can't see? You're only one bad day away from being me.
Frank Castle: You hit 'em, and they get back up, I hit 'em, and they stay down.
Question: The burial vault which Matt and Karen hide in has the name "Edmond Cleary Cass" on the front of it, shown pretty. Does that name have any significance to the show or Marvel?
Answer: I did a little research too. Interestingly enough I found a Friar named "Edmund Cass" who as far as I could tell is still alive and well. I wonder if that was just a coincidence.
A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen - S2-E13
Question: When Frank returns to his home, he has to push through a pile of mail to open the door. He then walks into the kitchen, sits down at the table, and picks up a newspaper that reads "Frank Castle Dead." Where did the fresh paper come from? Obviously Frank didn't leave it, and it must have been put there within the last few days.
Chosen answer: Castle picks up the newspaper from the pile of mail and carries it to the table. There don't seem to be other newspapers in the pile, and there should be more given how long he was away, so perhaps only that issue was put through the mail slot. Karen may have done it, but she seems to still think he was dead at that stage.
Question: Are there any obvious nods to the previous 2003 film version? A friend said he thought he caught a few subtle nods to it, but I don't recall seeing any during the first two seasons.
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Chosen answer: After some research, I can say that no, Cass is not a character of Marvel, nor is he present in the Netflix show. As far as I can tell, it's either a real person, or a random name chosen for the coffin, most likely the former. In another season of Daredevil, the show utilized a real cemetery displaying real names in the tombstones.