Daredevil

Daredevil (2015)

2 corrected entries in season 2

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.380 - S2-E11

Corrected entry: When Castle and Karen are in the diner, the waitress comes to refill their coffee, and when she asks if there's anything else, Castle tells her "Ya know, I'm gonna need about as much black coffee as this place'll pump out, so just keep it comin'." The pot that she's filling their cups with is orange, which, in diners all over, is the decaf pot. Not the one you'd use for a customer who ordered black coffee. (00:19:50)

Captain Defenestrator

Correction: Just because it's orange doesn't mean for sure that it's decaf. The regular pot could have broken and they are using a spare orange one for now. Could also easily have been a simple mistake on the part of the diner, using the incorrect pot and not switching it out to avoid washing an extra dish.

Greg Dwyer

Kinbaku - S2-E5

Corrected entry: At the beginning of the episode the flashback is introduced with a "Ten years ago" caption, indicating that Matt and Foggy would already have met in 2005. But in season 1 episode 10, when Matt and Foggy's first meeting occurs Foggy is checking Fall 2010 courses (it is displayed on his laptop screen) and he also has a "Bolts Champs 2009" sticker on it. (00:00:20 - 00:03:05)

Cesare Emilio Castelli

Correction: It's because season 1 plays a year before season 2, meaning it's actually 11 years after their first meeting, making the timeline correct.

Friso94

Penny and Dime - S2-E4

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)

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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.

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Reunion - S3-E11

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?

Jon Sandys Premium member

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.

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.

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