Camera Bug - S4-E10

Trivia: After Brackett asks Dix if she'd like to go to lunch, it cuts to a shot of Johnny balancing himself above Roy, between the engine and squad, while snapping Roy's picture, and when Johnny jumps down right beside Roy's head, Roy quickly flinches back and Johnny giggles an apology. Later, after Johnny snaps Captain Stanley's picture, Cap tells John, "You blinded me you twit," and when Johnny removes the camera from around his neck he smacks the camera right into Roy's face, and Johnny gently pats Roy's head. Good unscripted moments between Roy and John. (00:21:45 - 00:41:10)

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The Screenwriter - S4-E1

Trivia: Blink and you'll miss it. At Rampart, when Art walks away from the nurses' station, much to Dixie's relief, he heads toward the waiting room and then Roy and Johnny follow him. Pay attention to the guys in the background as they're nearing the waiting room, Johnny quickly pokes the nurse in her side, as he passes her. (00:13:05)

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Quicker Than the Eye - S4-E8

Trivia: During the scene with the pregnant gunshot victim, the husband is played by Mark Spitz, who won 7 golds at the infamous '72 summer Olympics. Notice the logo on the red polo shirt that he's wearing is the USA Olympic shield logo.

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