Trivia: Mike asked the Sheriff, "What flavor of ketchup?" and the Sheriff replied, "Heinz 57." Heinz 57 is not a flavor of ketchup and, contrary to popular belief, it did not reflect the number of varieties of condiments Heinz had for sale when the company started using the logo - which is what it actually is, a logo. There is an account of how the logo came to be. The Brand Director for Heinz reported that the 57 actually stands for his (5) and his wife's (7) "lucky" numbers. (00:44:55)


Factual error: When they were driving away from the bar, neither Zoe (driver) nor Breslin fastened their seatbelts. Seatbelts are mandatory in New York for the driver and passenger (s) and failure to "buckle up" is classified as a primary offense, meaning no other violation must be observed before police can stop and cite violators. (00:57:25)


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