Goof: The building shown in each episode as the WITSEC office building was not used to shoot Eddie's escape scene from said building. The office building is a six story building on a block where most buildings are four stories. The building is attached to a four story building on two sides and faces a street on the other two sides. There is no parking deck on the roof of any building on the block. When Eddie leaps from the terrace to escape, he jumps to a different building, with parking on the roof, separated by a narrow road/alley from the WITSEC office building and the next building farther down is greater than six stories. The terrace is on a side of the building facing a street and the view of the building during every episode shows no terraces on the sides of the building.
The song that plays at the end of the episode during Mary's monologue is called "Count Me In" by Early Winters.
Mary is introduced to a witness by her real last name instead of her cover name, Shepard. However, in the past, only law enforcement and her family knew her real name.
Brandi and Peter reveal that they become engaged.
Brandi has a previous grand theft auto conviction on her record from when she was a teenager.
Mary is introduced to Cindy as Inspector Mary Shannon. However, in the past, Mary has always been introduced to her witnesses by her cover name Mary Shepard.
On the computer screen that shows the info about Walter's birth mother, a line in the top section shows her date of birth as June 6, 1961. In the next section, it shows her birth date again, but this time it is listed as June 13, 1961.
Goof: There should have been no reason for Walter to not be able to see Damon again since he never knew him in his old life and identity.
Mary was married when she was 17 years old for 36 hours.
It doesn't make sense that the district US Marshal for New Mexico would be in the position of assigning someone to transport a prisoner when neither the departure nor arrival location are in her jurisdiction. Further, it makes no sense to assign a WITSEC inspector who is in a specialized unit to a transport detail.
Mary and her ex-fiance Raph had been together for three years.
Mary was six years old when her sister Brandi was still in the crib.
We learn that Eleanor Price, the character played by Holly Maples, is now an analyst with the FBI.
Mary and Marshall have known each other seven years.
We learn that Detective Robert "Bobby" Dershowitz (played by Todd Williams) is in Chicago working with a task force.
Goof: Brandi says that her dad used to come into her room when she was up late reading. However, in previous episodes, it was stated that Brandy was only one when her father left. Most one year old babies cannot read.
When Mary is back in the office with Marshall, we see her take prescription medication out of her desk drawer. However, this is the first day Mary has been out of the hospital and in the office in six weeks, and there would have been no opportunity to have put the drugs in there.
The story picks up in the season premiere six weeks after Mary was shot in the Season 2 finale.
When Francesca sees Raph at the hospital, she asks him if he's 'Mary's Raphael'. But when Mary had told her about him, she had only referred to him as her fiance, and had never mentioned his name.
After reviewing Francesca's arrest record, Mary tells her that she better think twice before committing a lot of civil disobedience in this country. She says that it's because we have a "three strikes" law. However, that law only includes felonies, and civil disobedience is a misdemeanor, so it wouldn't apply.
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