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The owner of a cosmetics company is unveiling a new cream which she claims she's been using. She's been keeping her age a secret and now reveals that she's 60 and owes her appearance to the... See full summary »
The song being played at Alana's party is Sí Bheag, Sí Mhór (variant spellings Sí Beag, Sí Mór and Sheebeg, Sheemore), a traditional Irish tune often attributed to blind harpist and singer Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738) as his first composition. The harpist in the group is playing a Celtic, or lever, harp.
The murder weapon is a Thompson Contender. It is a single shot weapon which does not eject its cartridge. During the episode, the cartridge is introduced as evidence in the trial, which would have been very unlikely. Later in a scene the gun is used by an assassin with rapid fire, which isn't possible with this weapon.