A lie detector test includes more than the time spent hooked up to the polygraph machine. The tester will start making observations the instant a person enters the test center. A skilled polygrapher will notice and record nonverbal cues associated with lying, so it's a good idea to know your "tells".
There have been several reviews of polygraph accuracy. They suggest that polygraphs are accurate between 80% and 90% of the time. This means polygraphs are far from foolproof, but better than the average person's ability to spot lies, which research suggests they can do around 55% of the time.
Attorneys submitting the tests as evidence are also submitting a polygraph test alongside them. EyeDetect has an accuracy rating of up to 90% and according to the American Polygraph Association (APA) polygraphs have an accuracy rating of 83%, when done correctly.
A simple way to cheat the polygraph is to deliberately distort your physiological readings when telling the truth, such as by biting your tongue, or imagining an embarrassing incident in the past.
Jay ends the series by promising to visit Gloria's family in Colombia sometime soon. Throughout the finale, Jay talks to himself aloud as he learns Spanish. Until that trip, though, he's promised to stay home and look after Joe while Gloria focuses on her career.
Based on characteristics, it is suggested that he has mental retardation. His mother delivered him to Mario because she did not love him for unknown reasons (according to Jeffy).
Unopened, dry Jello mix can last indefinitely at room temperature. Once the package has been opened, the mix will only last for three months.