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Goof: When Jamie borrows the valet's phone to call Jonah, she only presses one key. The valet would not have Jonah's number on speed dial.
Goof: In the scene where Jaime takes the rifle to go kill Nick's dad, the bottom of the suitcase where the gun is hidden is open (we can see the bullets), immediately after the camera shoots from a closer angle and she's removing clothes and opening the bottom of the suitcase again.
When Jaime calls Jonas on her cell phone, a bunch of information about her pops up on his computer, made available to him by a program he installed. Information about Jaime includes:
Date of birth: Feb. 23, 1983
Father: resides in Des Moines
Jaime: You know what, I'm getting used to it.
Nitpick: About two minutes into the episode Michelle Ryan (Jaime) clearly slips while speaking and forgets to hide her British accent during this line. The British accent is most clear when she says "what".
Jaime and Becca stay at room 108 and this episode is 1x08 (season 1, episode 8).
Goof: In the second establishing shot of the racetrack location, just before the horse and its rider make it to the center of frame, a Bell ExpressVu slogan can be seen in the background. Bell ExpressVu, now known as Bell TV, is the division of Bell Canada Enterprises that provides satellite TV service across Canada. In addition, beside the slogan can be seen the logo for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics (Bell is one of the sponsors of the event). The Berkut Group, however, is located in California.
The apartment of the hitman is also the same apartment that "Starbuck" lived in with a Cylon in "New Caprica" on Battlestar Galactica Season 3.
Goof: Jonas shows up in Paris shortly after bailing Jaime's sister out of jail in the USA.
Goof: When Jaime is talking to Victor on the phone, he is using an Apple iPhone, but he is holding it upside down, talking into the earpiece, with the microphone to his ear. Additionally, the screen is active, giving away it's not really making a call, as iPhone screens dim and deactivate when held to one's ear while making a call.
The name of the character "Victor Booth" is likely to have been inspired by real-life arms dealer Victor Boot, who made his fortune by selling black-market weaponry and delivering said weapons, not to mention other goods, to and from the most dangerous places in the world.
Goof: Tom is on the other side of a glass door when Jaime is fabricating an explanation to Professor Samuels for breaking into his office, so he couldn't possibly have heard the details she gave him, and wouldn't have been able to back up her story.
Goof: Jamie says she wanted to be an Irish literature major at Harvard. Irish literature is merely a single course at Harvard, not a major.
This is the first episode in which Jaime's streaming optical interface is shown to be able to transmit audio information as well.
Goof: When the neurotransmitter is being demonstrated by having the subject juggle, they also prove its ability to reduce pain response by burning the subject's hand with a blowtorch. Though the neurotransmitter could have the ability to reduce pain, it should not have the ability to actually stop his skin from burning, but for some reason it does and there is no skin damage.
The line "How's your British accent?" is an in-joke. Michelle Ryan is British.
Goof: When Jaime and Antonio are fighting in the bodega and Jaime kicks Antonio into the wooden shelving unit, it's obvious that it's a stunt double, because he looks significantly different than Isaiah Washington.
Goof: In the ventilation system, Jaime stops the huge fan blade and bends it to let her and Antonio pass through. The moment she stops the fan, the motor, or place where the belt connects, is shown to smoke and all the sounds of that fan running cease. Even after Jaime bends the fan, it does not attempt to keep moving, giving the impression that the motor has been disabled. Yet when they go to escape, she bends the fan blade back into its original shape, and the fan starts spinning and is back to its original speed in seconds.
Nitpick: Once again Becca mentions using the Internet, even though in the episode "Pilot" Jamie states that Becca has a court order stating she can't use computers connected to the Internet. Jaime apparently forgot about the court order, and is just upset that Becca is meeting up with guys from a chat room.
Nitpick: Antonio tells Jaime they are landing on the airstrip in a Gulfstream jet, however the two shots of the plane in the show are definitely NOT a Gulfstream.
In this episode it's revealed that Jaime is afraid of flying. The Jaime Sommers of the original The Bionic Woman was a skydiver, meaning she was definitely not afraid of flying.
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