Jericho is 93 miles away from Rogue River according to the mile marker sign.
The EMP hit at 9:02, as evidenced by the wall clock, which apparently stopped at this hour.
Robert's claim that his computer was a "special" type given him by the government is untruthful. The only way that electronic circuit boards can be protected from the effects of an EMP is to shield with heavy layers of material that would absorb the radiation. This is the likely explanation of Robert's masonry work in laying a concrete block enclosure in his basement at the end of an earlier episode: he was creating a shielded place for his laptop.
On Hawkins' basement map, we get to see where he placed the last three pins he picked up in Episode #2: Kansas City, Minneapolis, and Detroit. No pins yet to identify the city in the Northern Rockies that showed on the Chinese satellite broadcast as being possibly Spokane or Boise.
Goof: When Eric, Dale and Jake are going to Mitchell's shelter and Dale tells them about the crashed train full of food, he finishes talking, but when the camera cuts to Eric's expression, you can see Dale talking, but there is no sound. In advance, his face expression changes during shots. Drastically.
Two Weeks Later
This is shown at the bottom of the screen after the title. This confirms that it has been between 3-4 weeks since the bombs.
Jake's record on Hawkins computer states that Jake was born on January 21, 1977, In "Pilot" Jake stated that he is 32 years old, if both records are true that would mean that the series would be set in 2009. Unless Jake was lying about his age, which means he would be 29.
Screw This Town
Jake Green '92
This is carved into the jail cell's bench.
The CD that Allison Hawkins shoots is a CD by Vanilla Ice.
The Morse code heard over the show's opening title is:
THE EMP HITS.
Goof: When attempting to access an Internet web site by its IP address, Skylar enters "027.750.304.001". The numbers 750 and 304 could not be part of an IP address because they are greater than 255.
Goof: In one shot, Hawkins turns his American Express card upside down to read the numbers upside. However, in the next shot, you can see the back of the card, with the magnetic strip on the top, meaning the cards is right-side up, not up-side down.
Goof: When trying to put out the fire, they lose water pressure because the electricity in the area was cut, even though the hydrant was connected to a fire engine. The purpose of connecting the hydrant to the fire engine is to create water pressure.
Goof: When Heather picks up Alice in Wonderland, in the library she hides it in her jacket. On the next shot we can see her with the book in her hand.
In the first episode Jake states that he is 32 years old. If his birthday is 21 January 1977 then Jericho takes place in 2009.
Jake Green's birthday is listed on his passport as 21 January 1977 - a good seven years younger (less a day) than Skeet Ulrich.
The Morse code message heard over the title is:
THERE IS A FIRE.
Jake Green's name is Johnston Jacob Green, Jr.
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Goof: Even though only hours have passed and she's presumably been in the storm cellar waiting for the radioactive rain to subside, Emily's earrings change from a pair of turquoise-colored ones to a pair of white dream-catcher pair.
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