During Lou's flashback, all of the soldiers are in conventional green camouflage, and Lou is in all-black. Why would you wear green camouflage or all-black in the winter? They should have been wearing snow camouflage.
Ben says that Jake is "Alan Shepard, the first American to orbit the earth". While Alan Shepard was the first American in space, he only did a sub-orbital flight - John Glenn was the first American to orbit the earth.
Several problems with the retinal scanner that kills Agent Ben Wilton:
* If it was "no longer biometric" but "infrared", why are we able to see it?
* Lasers (such as those used in retinal scanners) only emit light of a given frequency. Even if "the normal feed bypassed the light intensity monitors", you would get brighter light, not different coloured light. Ben Wilton would be blind, not dead.
When Deputy Director Beckett announces that Agent Ben Wilton is arriving, since he approaches from a corridor at a right angle to where they are standing, she must be able to see around corners.
The photos supposedly received from the spy satellite that identify Alex Brandt in the prison camp are taken from a point a little above eye-level. Spy satellites can only look straight down, and they orbit higher than 10 feet above the ground.
In the computer file of Jake, it shows a candid photo of him. Why would an employee of the NSA have a candid photo when they could have just used the ID photo?
It happens a lot in shows that feel obliged to make references to other shows, but in "The Good, The Bad, and the Geeky" Jake mentions Steve Austin. Who was played by Lee Majors in the TV series The Six Million Dollar Man. But Majors appears here as a different character, Richard Foxx. So why doesn't anyone say, "Hey, you look just like that guy who played Steve Austin on TV?"
When Jake steals the palm top to copy the information, why did he even have to remove it since most palm tops now have wireless capability as do mobile phones?
Why does Jake press the keys on the laptop? It would be less conspicuous if he used his nano abilities to copy this to the memory card.
When Jake picks up Angela he's holding a long-stemmed flower against her back. He spins her around and they drop onto the bed and the flower is gone.
When the traitor jumps over the hand cuffs, the part where he picks up the gun you can see part of the handcuff hanging, not locked or even chained.
Either it's not very well filmed or something, but the fourth Wolfpacker who puts his arm in after Jake's "initiation" doesn't seem to have a wolf's head scar on his arm.
No soldier in their right mind would refuse to give an explanation and disobey a general like the one at the beginning.
If you look closely at the screen in the bank, while Jake is using the computer behind the banker's back, you can see that where it says "Account Information," the work "account" is misspelled as "acount."
So why doesn't Jake do...well, anything to prove to Sarah he's telling the truth? Make a stoplight or all the streetlights blink on and off or something? Or why doesn't he show her his powers and then explain?
Trivia: Jake's address, given here on the parking ticket that Jerry gets, is 1705 Benton St #19, Washington DC 90014.
While breaking out Caleb from NSA, why does Jake need to type an override code into the computer outside the cell, having used his nanites just seconds previously to create a spurious alert on a PC through a wall?
When Diane performs CPR on Jake, she forgets to elevate the chin to open the airway.
When Jake is in Room 214, he sees his address on the wall: 1974 Benton St. Apt. #19, Washington D.C. Moments later, the scene moves to a file on Jake, where it shows his address as 1705 Benton St. Washington, D.C.
Near the end of the episode, a nighttime shot of The Portals development in Southwest Washington, D.C., was shown to imply that it was the location of the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters. The NSA is actually located at Fort Meade, Maryland, in Anne Arundel County. The Portals is home to the Federal Communications Commission, among other tenants.