Trivia: Elliot's shirt when he and Hardison are stealing the government surveillance van, has the character for "wolf" in Kanji. In "The Last Dam Job", Hardison and Elliot agree that a "wolf" symbol in the sky would be agreeable for the "Bat Cave." 狼 (Kanji for Wolf)
On the policewoman's dating profile, "amateur photographer" is misspelled "amatuer photographer."
At the warehouse, just after Hardison yells "Move!" at Roemer, the bodyguard behind Cary Elwes tries and fails badly at repressing a grin.
When Meredith walks away from the boat, she hears the sound of the gunshot, and then the sound of a body going into the water roughly six seconds later. In the flashback, Oscar fires the shot and then Eliot knocks him into the water roughly thirty seconds later.
The initial scene at Nate's apartment is supposed to match what was in the previous episode. However, when Nate says, "Good insight, Sophie," Eliot's comment "Nice" is dropped.
When Nate knocks out Javier in the cemetery, the envelope of fake IDs lands on the ground next to Javier. But in the next shot when Sophie picks up the dropped gun, the envelope is gone.
Trivia: When Verd Agra checks Sophie's background as Miranda Kaley, the reason for visit says: Security indulges consultant within the conservative diagonal. A nut writes. The temple decays with the cylinder. Why can't clone attend consultant. When can a cheating shame prosecute beneath the motto. Why does the tongue offset security. Security returns under consultant. A desired calculus seeds a recipient. Consultant sails security. Consultant standardizes the imperative panel.
When Parker first visits Charlie Lawson in the hospital, she has a small braid along the back of her hair. A few minutes later the braid is gone.
Near the beginning of the episode, Hardison puts a newspaper story up on the big screen. The headline is "Congressman Censured for Plagiarism". However, the article is rubbish; it does not make any sense. It is just a jumble of random words. Interestingly, the word "bribe" appears several times.
Trivia: Parker's very first heist was robbing Imelda Marcos.
Parker's skin color changes when she's supposed to be dead. When she's first rolled over, her skin is ashy gray, but after the commercial break, the skin is visibly pinker. And in subsequent shots the coloring is visibly different.
Although the episode is set in London, England, the Claridge's papers use the American date format, and the auction programme uses a mixture of American and incorrect spelling, such as "molded," and "cottan" and "sleaves". As it is in England, the papers should be in English spelling, and the date format should be dd/mm/yyyy, not mm/dd/yyyy.
When Eliot is fighting two people and receives a phone call, he has stabbed one in the leg and has the other against the wall with a knife in his shoulder. Yet, in neither case does either stab wound show any blood, either on the victims' clothes or coming from the wounds.
When Eliot meets the character Cory, he gives his age as 18, yet at the beginning of the episode his father is talking about celebrating his upcoming 14th birthday. Since the rest of the episode takes place two years later, that would make Cory's age 16, so he lied to Eliot about his age.
At the beginning of the episode, Nate and Sophie are walking on the street. In the background, a Portland police car can be seen passing by on the street, although the scene supposedly takes place in Boston.
Trivia: In a flashback, Parker yells at another driver, "Get out of my way you old bat." In "The Gone Fishin' Job," when Parker and Nate turn on a computer, an LOLcat pops up with that same phrase.
When Hardison looks at the DJ's "Most Played" list, he notes that the most played artist is Brooks & Dunn, and even highlights nine songs by them. However, none of those nine songs are Brooks & Dunn songs.
"Thinking of You" by Christian Kane (On stage, in studio)