Towards the end of the episode, where Claire is talking to Samuel, there's a patch of blood that appears and disappears from Claire's neck.
Among the flashbacks Sylar sees when Matt manipulates his mind is the one with Charlie being killed, despite the fact that Hiro went back in time and undid this particular event earlier this season.
Sylar was shown to be left-handed in "An Invisible Thread," but he writes on the board with his right hand in this episode. Unless it is a continuity error, this makes him ambidextrous.
Matt is cutting eggplants, carrots, and zucchinis for his ratatouille. Classic French ratatouille doesn't have carrots.
Ian Michaels: Ian is a homeless man who has the ability to manipulate and even accelerate the growth of plants, shown most prominently when he turns an entire barren valley into a lush green paradise.
Eli: Eli is a carnie who has the ability to generate multiple copies of himself.
When Nathan is wiping the blood off his hand, the blood smear is "the symbol"
The newspaper cutting which Noah Bennet pinned on the wall and scribbled "Samuel," underneath the picture of the destroyed mansion is some news text totally unrelated to the headline. In fact, the text is similar to the text of a newspaper article about the drunken cheerleader which West showed to Claire back in season 2.
Trivia: The Haitian's first name of Rene is given for the first time.
Hiro wore a 1980s Knight Rider T-shirt. The show was a NBC Universal TV series.
Jeremy Greer: Jeremy is a teenager who has the power to either heal and revive or wound and kill with seemingly reversible effects, depending on his emotions.
Emma Coolidge: Emma discovers that she can produce a damaging shockwave with her synesthetic "siren's song," as evidenced when she accents the final note while playing the cello and in doing so creates a huge split in the wall in front of her.
In the scene where Peter and Emma are playing piano the music (colors) come from the keyboard. The keys of a piano are connected to hammers that hit the snares in the back of the piano. The music therefore should not be coming from the keyboard but out of the top of the piano.
Trivia: We learn Peter does not consciously control his powers as he accidentally takes Emma's power when he touches her sleeve.
In the scene where Peter and Angela are talking you can see the symbol made of pins on the door frame.
The song the children's choir was singing in the hospital is titled "Believe it or Not" and was the theme from The Greatest American Hero.
Emma Coolidge: Emma is a deaf file clerk and former doctor at the hospital who possesses synesthesia in the form of seeing sounds as colors in the spectrum. She unintentionally channels this into a "siren's song" as she amazes herself with the various colors she sees when playing a cello.
Gretchen describes the jump, push, fall theory, stating if Annie was pushed she would have landed further away then if she fell or jumped. When Claire falls out of the window in an attempt to reenact Annie's death, she lands right on top of the chalk mark and says "I guess she did kill herself." However, when we see later in "Hysterical Blindness" that Rebecca did in fact push Annie out the window, then Claire should not have landed exactly where Annie did.
Trivia: This is the first episode that does not show the chapter number and title on screen. This is because the season premiere was "Orientation" and "Jump, Push, Fall" shown back-to-back as the first chapter of Volume 5.
A chalk outline was used to mark where a student fell to her death. In reality, chalk outlines are never used by police. They would contaminate the integrity of the crime scene. Detailed photographs are taken instead.
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