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Continuity Nod / Jessica Jones (2015)

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  • In one shot from the trailer, the Avengers Tower can be seen in the distance. However, the MetLife Building -- which really stands at that location -- is still shown multiple times throughout the first season.
  • People with superpowers are referred to as "Gifted," a term Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. coined.
    • Because Fox owns the rights to the X-Men, including the term "mutant" as it applies to the MCU.
  • Like in Daredevil (2015), the events of The Avengers are still called "The Incident".
  • Audrey Eastman is a fashion designer who hates superheroes, saying their actions during "The Incident" caused her mother's death..
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  • Jessica and Luke both mention "the big green guy" as the superhero they identify the most with, given their own abilities.
  • There's growing public dissatisfaction with the Avengers and heroes in general, sentiment that was first shown brewing in Ant-Man and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Interestingly, the show takes place in early 2015, before the events of those movies and S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3.
  • In the first season's finale, Claire Temple shows up and mentions that she got evicted from her apartment because she kept using it as a makeshift emergency room for Matt Murdock's injuries.
  • A kid dressed as Captain America runs through a park.
  • A clipping from a New York Bulletin cover page about the Union Allied Scandal is seen in the precinct, the article that Ben Urich wrote based on information that Karen Page leaked.
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  • The dilapidated factory where Antoine hides his marijuana farm is the same factory where Madame Gao ran her heroin manufacturing plant in Daredevil season 1. You can even see the scorch marks in the wall left over from when that lab got torched.
  • Sgt. Brett Mahoney is commanded by Kilgrave to point a gun at Clemons.
  • In season 2, Jessica and other characters make reference to her mother ending up at The Raft
  • Vido has a prized Captain America action figure, that's even missing his shield, that plays a small but significant role in two episodes of season 2.
  • Jessica refers to the events of The Defenders (2017) by mentioning that the last time she was involved in a superhero team-up, one of them ended up dead.
  • In Season 3, there are multiple references by Jeri and other characters to the Raft, where Trish is implicitly sent in the series finale.


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