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When Booth was watching the video that the victim made, he was wearing Converse shoes.
This episode marks the first time Booth and Brennan hug (on-screen).
The movie shown on the television in Booth's hospital room, before he selects The Grapes of Wrath to watch with Bones, is the 1958 version of The Fly, starring David Hedison, Patricia Owens and Vincent Price.
Hodgins is not driving an American-made car because the driver's seat is on the right side of the car. He appears to be driving a classic BMC Mark III Mini Cooper from the '70s.
Two facts are revealed from Booth's past in the army. He was tortured and once when one of his comrades lost his weapon, Booth tried to protect the guy, earning some scars in the process.
Brennan's homemade ponytail which she assembles as she enters in the platform is fixed professionally in between shots. She clarifies this in the commentary found on the DVD.
Given that Hodgins identified isotopes from the explosion that appear to point to Hollings as the bomber, it seems strange that the FBI would just go into his apartment in a normal 'bash the door in' way - and that Brennan would start opening drawers and things straight away. Surely the bomb squad should at least have done a cursory search or been involved in some way.
It seems extremely odd that the killer tries to kill Brennan to stop her from completing her examination of the bullet that could lead to him. Even if Brennan were dead, the team would still be working on the bullet, so he'd have to take out half of the Jeffersonian and a few FBI agents to stop them. A reason for his murder attempt could be that Brennan mentioned the bullet identification method that would give Kenton away, a theory she'd been developing and that only she would be able to follow through with.
Goof: There is a continuity error in the scene just after the beginning credits, when the team is talking with Brennan over the skeleton. If you look carefully you can see that the position and location of the badge/card that Angela is wearing on her lapel changes from shot to shot.
Goof: When Booth gets blown up and the camera cuts to him right before the commercial break, he is bleeding from the right side of his forehead. During the rest of the episode, he is only bruised in the same spot.
Goof: Booth is getting ready to go into an abandoned building. He is wearing casual clothes as he has just been in the hospital. He is also wearing a St. Christopher medallion, and when the camera cuts to different angles the medallion is shown at different places. First, it is shown tucked in his jacket, then hanging out. David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel actually mention this goof in the commentary on the DVD too.
Goof: When Booth opened Brennan's refrigerator, the door blew off and flew at him with the inside panel of the door facing him. When Brennan gets to him, the door is laying with its outer shell touching him instead of the inside panel.
Booth has a tattoo on both of his wrists.
Brennan's parents' names are Matt and Christine Brennan. It is on her parents' profile.
Nitpick: When Zack and Hodgins do their wood chipper experiment, they supposedly use a solidly frozen pig, but when the pieces start to fall on people, they make a very unfrozen splattering sound - and there's no way a piece of frozen meat would attach itself to Goodman's lapel and leave a bloodstain.
When Jesse Kane leaves the restaurant, the camera goes to Booth whistling. It can be seen that Bones has chopsticks and is eating something. But when the camera goes back to her face, she's not eating anything.
David can be seen using a coffee mug with a Pittsburgh Steelers logo on it. This episode was likely filmed during the playoff series prior to the Steelers / Seahawks Super Bowl XL.
During the episode The Girl with the Graft, Brennan stresses to the killer how dangerous bone dust can be for someone's health. Yet in this episode, she is cutting up bone with Zack, both of whom have masks on, but continues to cut, with bone dust obvious whilst Booth is standing over them without a mask.
When creating the reconstruction, Angela states that Senator Corman is 6'1". However, he is quite obviously shorter than Booth, who himself is 6'1". Also, it is stated that Logan is 5'10", but he is obviously taller than Senator Corman and around the same height as Booth.
During the funeral, the man speaking refers to the victims as Maria Duarte and Augustin Duarte but the caption says Maria Vargas and Augustin Vargas.
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