Goof: When Jordan calls her father at the end of the episode, they used the second half of the shot from when Jordan called Emma earlier. The number for Emma was listed on the computer as 1-603-555-0143, and they show Jordan dialing the 603 part, and the number that Jordan dials at the end of the episode for her father is 555-0143.
Jordan breaks the mirror in the bathroom for the second time. It was broken the first time in "Secrets and Lies, Part II."
The cards Jordan and Kate were playing poker with were pink reversed printed Bicycle playing cards.
Post hoc ergo propter hoc is Latin for: "after this on account of this". It refers to the logical fallacy that the fact that event B came after event A means that event B was caused by event A. For example in this episode Jordan assumed that her hallucinations were caused by her tumour and did not consider that they could be caused by her medication.
Time-line Goof: In the episode "Faith," Jordan tells Macy that she has scheduled her surgery for Thursday. But at the start of this episode, the time-line given is Monday morning.
The term 'hubris' in from ancient Greek. It refers to exaggeration of self pride often resulting in fatal retribution.
At the crime scene, Woody didn't feel Shelly's pulse which he would have concluded hadn't expired.
Goof: When the dead woman's son comes in the first time, he rips up the letter he had, but when he comes in the second time, Bug shows him the letter, intact.
When Nigel meets Delinda he says he heard she looked like a supermodel. Molly Sims (Delinda) was a supermodel before becoming an actress.
Goof: After the results of the hearing about Jammar's shooting are released and the crowd is gathered protesting, you can hear someone yell "F*** you" and it is not bleeped out.
Brooke Smith, who plays new character Dr. Kate Switzer, also has a recurring role as Dr. Erica Hahn on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy".
Goof: In the first shot of the Judge we are shown after he jumps from his office balcony, he is lying on the caved in police cruiser face down and slightly angled with his left leg bent upwards behind him missing his shoe. The next shot we see of him, he is still face down but now completely straight on top of the cruiser with his legs stretched out flat behind him, with both shoes on.
Goof: When Jordan, Bug and Nigel are viewing the surveillance tape, Jordan tells Nigel to stop the tape, when he stops the tape the waitress has two drinks on her tray, when she points out what she saw to Nigel, the two drinks are gone.
The card Jordan was holding in front of her for the mug shot photo reads as follows:
CJ5 100 2006
Boston Police Dept
CJ stands for Crossing Jordan.
5 is for the fifth season.
This is the 100th episode.
The year is 2006.
The show that Kyle turns on is Get Smart, starring Don Adams.
The Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star is a jet trainer, not a jet fighter.
Jeffrey Brandau has set his cell phone to play Beethoven's "9th Symphony" when Rene Walcott calls.
This case is similar to one in real life. In 2003, Kobe Bryant was accused of rape by a 19 year old concierge at the hotel he was staying at. Kobe acknowledged that there was sex but it was consensual. This case was dropped when the woman decided not to testify.
Goof: If you look closely at Special Agent Green her hair changes length. In the beginning she has a long curly ponytail. But just before the second bomb goes off it is shorter and straighter. Then back to long and curly.
Goof: When Woody points out that the evidence shows the train tried to make an emergency stop, Special Agent Molly Green says, "So they tried to stop before the crash." It was a blast, not a crash.