Goof: When Victor tells of "the twenty" from Denver, the doctor places the oxygen mask over his face upside down.
Nitpick: In the clinic, they are worried that using a ventilator will use up power and Eric says that the baby has a better chance for survival and they should save the generator for the baby. Generators have a limited capacity on the total amount of power that can be used at any one time. But as long as the generator is rated to push that much power they should be pushing it as hard as they can because it will run out of gas at the same time.
Nitpick: This episode occurs four days after the bombs. In the first episode Heather breaks her leg and is on crutches in the next two episodes, but at the beginning of this episode she's gotten rid of the crutches and she only has a slight limp. Four days after a broken leg most people would have just gotten to the point where they could walk with crutches. Heather seems to be getting along just fine already.
1 Day After The Fallout Has Cleared
This is shown at the bottom of the screen at the beginning of the episode.
When Robert Hawkins is sending a computer message about the traitor amongst them, the disclaimer in the background sites the name Mackay several times. This may presumably be the leader of their organization.
The Morse code which is heard over the title is:
HE KNOWS ROB
In this episode, three more US cities are presumed destroyed; Minneapolis, St. Louis and Detroit based on the markings on the map. The city Cincinnati could also be one of them but it is marked with a question mark.
Goof: When Hawkins puts on the yellow chemical suit, he wraps tape around his wrists and ankles. However, every time we see him in the suit after there is no tape anywhere.
The anchorman said: "So far, we knew...the following cities...Seattle, Atlanta, Dallas..." The simplified Chinese shown on TV is "blood flute" and "he".
Goof: The car that Jake is driving, when he finds the plane on the road, has no number plate.
Goof: After Johnston punches Gray and talks to him, he opens to the door to allow Gray out. When Gray is just about to walk out, you can see a shadow that isn't from Johnston. It looks like a shadow from the camera.
The episode title "Four Horsemen" refers to how the townspeople organize for 4 different teams to explore in all four directions outside of Jericho.
Judging by the map in the Sheriff's office, Jericho is approximately where the small town of Lincoln, Kansas should be.
When the Asian satellite broadcast is on for a few seconds, showing the map, the only city visible other than the ones mentioned or shown in the "thumbtack map" scene appears to be Dallas/Fort Worth. Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago, San Diego and Denver are shown highlighted. Later someone mentions Seattle or maybe Portland, Oregon, but this part of the map is obscured by a Tiffany lamp shade.
The morse code that plays over the opening is:
Even though the Jericho's population is of about 6,000 people, there are only two large-capacity fallout shelters: one with a capacity for 300 people under the town hall and the other under the hospital.
In addition to the 5 cities listed in the recap, (Philly, Atlanta, Chicago, San Diego, and Denver) there is also a red pin in Dallas.
Goof: When the caravan is going to the salt mine for shelter there is a black truck leading the line. But then in the next shot Jake's bus knocks down the fence leading to the mine. The truck is parked before the fence. It is weird as the truck was going before the bus all time. Why park the truck?
The Morse code message heard over the title in this episode was JERICHO FALLOUT.
When Dale tells Skylar his parents are dead, she says so are her's. Her parents were in NY, so it's possible it was hit too.
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