Goof: When Annie is driving with Olga Akarova in Das Gallus, Frankfurt, Germany, they drive by a Canada Post mailbox.
Goof: When Annie is speaking to Auggie on the satellite phone after the missile strike, we can see that she has forgotten to raise the phone's antenna, yet the conversation is uninterrupted.
Annie Walker is using the name "Jessica Matthews" while she's deep undercover.
On her way to Copenhagen, Annie pulls out a stack of Euros. The currency in Denmark is the Danish Kroner.
Goof: When Annie, on board the airplane to Copenhagen, checks the contents of the bag that Joan gave her. She pulls out a stack of 100 Euro bills which are pink but in reality should be green. The bills she slips through also are shiny when in fact these bills have a matted surface.
Erick Avari's character, Omar Ansari, asking Eyal played by Oded Fehr where he knew him from, can be interpreted as an inside joke. The actors appeared together in the 1999 movie The Mummy.
Goof:: When Annie walks out of the elevator after returning to Langley, Auggie hugs her, wrapping his arms around her. When the camera angle changes, one of his arms is outstretched and he again hugs her.
The piano piece Annie played for Dmitri in his shop is Tchaikovsky's Old French Song (Op. 39 No. 16).
Annie's given name is Anne Catherine Walker.
It's been previously established that Annie is fluent in Catalan (50-60% of Barcelona's total population speak Catalan), so it seems odd that she would ask the cafe owner in English about the waitress, without even asking him if he speaks English.
Auggie and Annie's conversation with Joan, and Annie's conversation with Lena occur in Barcelona's Parc Güell. Parc Güell was designed by Antoni Gaudí i Cornet and opened in 1914.
Just after the opening credits, when Annie walks into her office area, the same scene is repeated threes. First with the camera aimed at Annie, second from behind Annie and then again aimed at Annie. Joan passes in front of Annie three times, once in each of the three successive shots.
The title of this episode is also the title of a song by the musical group R.E.M. from their 1994 album "Monster".
Doug de Boer, Rich Koop, Glen MacDonald, Julie Fitzgerald and Marc Roy, who played members of the bluegrass band in this episode, are actual members of the Canadian bluegrass band Hard Ryde.
Goof: When Ben and Annie climb through the windows, they are protected from the guards guns by the bullet-proof glass on either side of the pane that was broken. However, when Ben shatters the glass, three panes are broken, not just one. This is also seen later when they tie the ropes to the window supports to repel down the side of the building. If only one pane was broken, they would not have been able to tie on the ropes.
Annie's personal American passportlists the following details: date of birth (8 Aug 1980), place of birth (Wisconsin), date of issue (18 Jan 2010), date of expiration (18 Jan 2020), (issuing) authority (Philadelphia) and passport no. (3298981299182).
If Annie and Carlo landed anywhere northeast of Buenos Aires, they'd be in Uruguay, not Argentina. The province of Entre Ríos is north-northwest of Buenos Aires.
Carlo has the accent of an Argentine, not an Italian, and many of his Italian words are pronounced like they would be in Rio Platense Spanish rather than Italian. This makes sense, since Ignacio Serricchio is from Buenos Aires.
Factual Error/Goof: The trainees are jumping BOC (Bottom-of-container) deployed parachute rigs. When Annie is knocked out of the plane with Corey, she pulls Corey's reserve handle but the main canopy is deployed, not the reserve. (Parachute deploys from bottom half of the container)
Annie got into the backseat of the taxi to follow Eyal but emerged at the front seat at the destination.
When Annie and Eyal are in the bar together drinking martinis, she can be seen placing the camera in her jacket pocket in two consecutive scene cuts.
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