Corrected entry: When Dierdre first proposes a game of strip chess to Carter to prove to him that she's smarter, he denies, and says, "If it makes you feel better, by all means, believe you're smarter than me." Dierdre attempts to correct him by saying, "Smarter than I." which frustrates him into agreeing to play. But Carter got the usage right in the first place.
Corrected entry: About three minutes into the episode, Mike claims to be responsible for "Right On Red" legislation. "Right On Red" has been around since the 40's. Ironically, NYC (all five boroughs), where the show is based, is the only place in the country where there is no "Right On Red" except where posted as opposed to being permitted except where posted.terry s