Plot hole: Richard tells Tru that Carl periodically comes around threatening to exact revenge on him unless he pays him off. The audience eventually finds out that Richard hired Carl to kill his first wife, so it makes sense that Carl can demand money from Richard and not face any consequences. But why does the story make sense to Tru? The way Richard told it, Carl has nothing on him, so there's no reason for him to be paying him off. Tru should ask her father why he doesn't simply get a restraining order.
Factual error: Tru arrives "more than three hours late" for the MCAT and then begins the test. Firstly, it would be pointless for her to even bother going at that time, since she'd have already missed the entire Verbal Reasoning section and possibly the Physical Sciences as well (depending on how much more than three hours she was late). Secondly, that's really a moot point since late arrivals to MCAT testing centers are not permitted to take the test.
Jack Harper: You know, Daivs is a nice guy, but why do I get the feeling that we're gonna come in here one morning and all the corpses are gonna be dressed up for an imaginary tea party?
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