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Goof: In the first scene, the SWAT guys dismounting from the truck are wearing woodland camo. In the next shot, they are wearing navy blue, as well as different tactical vests.
While in the hospital when Grace was visiting Danno, they are watching the Nickelodeon cartoon series "SpongeBob SquarePants", ", No Free Rides ".
Factual Error: Pulling up the Italian driving licences as shown in this episode is not possible. European laws on data protection do not allow foreign access to such databases. Further, even an Interpol request for data would take at least a week or two before returning results. Secondly, even Interpol would not have direct access to the driving licence database, forcing even Interpol to make a formal request for access to the data. In the end, as both women were not searched for by international arrest warrant, there would have been no way for the Five-0 team to access the data. Also, it should be noted that the driving licences shown in this episode suggest they are used as some sort of identification means in Italy, but driving licences are not used as identification means in most European countries, so foreign police would not be granted access to these data unless traffic violations were involved.
When they are finding the man in the false floor, Steve's cast is shown to say 'Waiola Shave Ice- Best On The Island!' and a signature below it.
Goof: The character dressed as Sisko from DS9 states that there were no brothers on the Enterprise in the Star Trek universe, but on Star Trek The Next Generation Levar Burton played Lieutenant Commander Geordi LaForge, the chief engineer of the ship. A fan of the Star Trek universe, such as someone who would dress as a character at a convention, would certainly know this.
Goof: When interviewing the character playing Sisko from Star Trek DSN, the actor corrects Danny who calls him Kirk, saying he is Commander Sisko. But he is wearing 4 rank pips on his collar which makes him a Captain.
Danny's HPD badge number is 7576.
Goof: In the Five-O office, Kono has already pulled up the information on Hiro Noshimuri on the monitor and Steve is clearly looking at the monitor, but he still asks her what the man's name is; only when she tells him does he realizes it is the same name in the "stick figures" code he has just solved.
Goof: Mary Ann McGarrett had told Steve that the "stick figures" code their father had written down was probably derived from a Sherlock Holmes short story, "The Adventure of the Dancing Men", one of the stories their father had read to her when she was a child. In the scene in the Five-O HQ, Steve is seen reading the first story in the first short story collection, "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes"; however, "The Adventure of the Dancing Men" is actually the third story in the third collection, "The Return of Sherlock Holmes".
However, Steve does tell his team that he has actually solved the code using a mathematical formula, Frequency Analysis, which Kono explains is a set of frequency or group of letters in a cypher text.
Goof: When Mary kicks out the tail light from inside the trunk she would have to have kicked the passenger side light from the way she was lying. When spotted from the chopper the driver's side tail light has been kicked out.
Goof: When Steve is talking with Mary Ann at the office, a few shots show Mary Ann's hair covering her bandage; while others have the bandage exposed.
Goof: The bomb around Chin's neck is stated to be mercury motion sensor that will detonated if he moves. Yet, each time Chin looks up to talk, the device on his neck moves.
McGarrett's archnemesis from the original series, Wo Fat, is first introduced in this episode.
Steve's address is 2727 Piika Road.
Chin is fluent in Chinese.
A lot of Hawaiian surfer lingo is used in this episode. "Brah" is bro (brother/friend/buddy), to "Eat It" means to wipe out really badly, "Dakine" means, "the best", "aggro" is short for aggressive and "Howzit" is hi/hello.
Goof: When Ian's assistant shows Coral Prince's recent expenditures to Chin Ho, he asks her who the Gillis Brothers are. However, there's nothing on screen that gives any indication who payments were made to, just check numbers, amounts, and a basic category. It's not until several seconds later that the assistant then brings up further details of a specific payment, at which point the Gillis Brothers name is actually revealed.
Goof: Danny has a bad left leg and throughout the episode he is using the walking stick with his left hand. But in the last scene where he escorts Ellison away he is using the right hand.
Goof: The bedroom scene with McGarrett and Catherine opens with McGarrett hitting the alarm clock and knocking it over when the alarm sounds. Minutes later, in a wider shot, the clock is upright again on the bedside table.
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