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Marshall J. Flinkman
Sydney Anne Bristow
Marcus R. Dixon
Michael C. Vaughn
Dr. Judy Barnett
When Lauren and Sark are leaving the parking garage in Vancouver a yellow garbage or recycling truck is shown. Vancouver garbage trucks are actually white; recycling trucks are green.
The plates on the cars that are supposed to be BC (British Columbia) plates are wrong in multiple ways. First, BC plates are royal blue and white, not black and white as shown. Second, the flag shown in the middle of the plate (a largely orange sun) was not not the BC flag (a yellow sun rising over blue and white waves with the Union Jack above it). And third, the car Lauren and Sark hit was shown to have the license 85E APL but only commercial vehicles have mixed numbers and letters in a single grouping of three; until 2007 all privately owned vehicles had a series of three letters followed by three numbers, since 2007 three numbers followed by three letters have been used to account for the number of vehicles on the road.
The skyline shown for Vancouver, BC, was not Vancouver. Not only were none of the landmark buildings there, the North Shore mountains (Cypress, Whistler, Grouse, and the Lions) were nowhere in sight.
Marshall officially has a son named Mitchell.
Right after the debriefing session Syd and Lauren walk out and talk together and Weiss and Vaughn talk together. When from the perspective of Vaughn he watched Lauren walk away when she was done talking with Sydney. When from the perspective of Lauren she finished talking with Sydney and then turned to look over were Weiss and Vaughn where but only Weiss is there.
In the second take of Lauren and Sark speeding away, the back windscreen has already been shot at long before Sydney fires a shot, then when she does actually fire the shot the windscreen is perfect again.
Some of the dialogue between Lauren and Vaughn changes between the two different "perspectives" - there's a couple of missing lines of dialogue the second time around.
Despite the fact the second perspective/narrative is supposed to be from Lauren's point of view, there are several scenes of things when she isn't present and in fact are things we saw the first time from Sydney's perspective.
When Sydney and Vaughn are driving through the parking garage you can see the stunt man driving the F-150 in one of the shots and he doesn't look a thing like Vaughn.
No airbag inflated in any of the four colliding cars.
The guy in the data storage facility mentions data storage in units of teraflops. Flops are FLOating Point operations, which are units of processing power, not data storage space.
Sark: Put the gun down, Agent Vaughn. Drop the gun.
Vaughn: Not a chance. You drop yours.
Sark: Put the gun down now. Drop it!
Sydney: No, Vaughn, don't.
Sark: If you love her, you'll put the gun down now!
Sydney: Vaughn, don't.
(Vaughn drops the gun)
(Lauren and Vaughn are sitting at a bar. Lauren's phone rings)
Lauren: I'm sorry.
Vaughn: It's okay.
Sark: It killed you, didn't it? Seeing him drop the gun for Sydney?
Lauren: No it isn't a good time. Can I call you in the morning?
Sark: He's there with you, is that it? Though he'd rather be with her. You know, it's quite a charade you two are engaged in.
Lauren: I think we both know how dedicated I am to this assignment. If you have any issues, take it up through the proper channels.
Sark: Don't mistake me. It's not your dedication that I question.
Lauren: We'll talk about this later.
Sydney: (To Lauren) Vaughn and I have a history, a complicated one - I can't deny that, but I won't apologize for it either. If your marriage is in trouble, if you and Vaughn are having problems, I suggest you leave me out of it and take it up with your husband.
Dr. Barnett: It's hard to believe that you threw away something that you would normally consider holy.
Sloane: Are you calling me a liar?
Sydney: Yesterday was the day, wasn't it? The anniversary of your father's death?
Vaughn: How could you remember that?
Sydney: I remember what missing him does to you.
Lauren: The CIA are sending agents.
Lauren: One guess.
Sark: Oh, sweetheart, this should be fun.
Lauren: I'll see you in Vancouver. Don't be late. Or call me sweetheart.
Sark: Ambitious and domineering. Fantastic.
Vaughn: (About Marshall's son) He has my nose.
Sark: It looks like another black mark on your husband's record. How's it feel to systematically ruin a man from the inside out?
Lauren: It wouldn't be the first time.
Music from this episode includes:
"Song 2" by Blur
"Carnival Town" by Norah Jones
This episode is shown from two different perspectives.
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