A bomb that left such a sizable explosion in the apartment building would not have left Sophie without a scratch, much less in one piece that would allow an open casket at the funeral! The other con group would have known something was up when Sophie turned up in an open casket without a mark on her.
In the last scene where Sophie goes to visit her own grave, the headstone reads "Sophie Devereaux". However, during the funeral scene they buried her as "Kathrine".
"Not Sure Yet" by Andy Lange (Closing scenes)
When Hardison is performing his card trick near the end of the episode he holds up the Seven of Clubs (thinking it's the Queen of Spades). However, in the next shot after Parker reveals she stole the Queen, he is holding the Ten of Diamonds.
When Agents McSweeten and Taggert talk about what they had been doing in the past year to Parker and Hardison, the two FBI agents say that they "put away Masconi" and "stopped a meth ring during a bank robbery." These events were shown during "The Wedding Job" and "The Bank Shot Job." The Leverage team provided assistance for the FBI agents to close both cases.
When the team stages Sophie's death in the hospital, Eliot plays a nurse in that scene and pronounces her time of death. However, only medical doctors have the right to pronounce somebody's death, not nurses.
At the beginning of the episode in the courtroom, Ronald, one of the victims, takes out a gun in order to shoot Eddie. However, all courthouses have a metal detector at the entrance, they would never allow anybody who is not law enforcement to enter the court with a gun.
Eliot says that he hates the Enron guys. Christian Kane stars in The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron, where he plays an Enron employee.
"Not Sure Yet" by Andy Lange (Nate at the bar)
While Quint and Sophie talk in the courtroom, Quint's lawyer Louis enters and sits down at the defense table. Seconds later, Louis walks past them into the courtroom again.
Earnshaw sees Quint talking to Sophie in the courtroom and says, "Wait, who's that?" The jury consultant wonders, "The guy talking to the Vargas lawyer?" However, Hardison isn't in the courtroom. He doesn't appear until several moments later, when he's telling Nate he can't keep up the phony lawyer act.
When Earnshaw's credit check on Alice White comes up, one of the other names on the list is Marissa Devins from "The Mile High Job."
Ms. Earnshaw makes an illegal move in the chess game she is playing when she advances her pawn diagonally to an empty square. A pawn can only move diagonally when it is capturing an opponent's piece. Additionally, the board is set up wrong, as the square in the right hand corner of the back row (from both players' perspective) should be light, not dark.
This episode marks the second appearance of a former Star Trek: The Next Generation actor, as Brent Spiner puts an appearance in as Mr. Quint.
Director Jonathan Frakes makes another appearance in the courtroom to go with last his appearance in "The Snow Job".
In addition to Spiner and Frakes, this episode also features two stars from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine with the appearances of Armin Shimerman and Kitty Swink.
At the end of the episode, when the gang member looked under the car to see the bomb, he would have noticed the system of automotive creepers with ropes Sophie and Eliot used to rescue Jack Hurley from the car.
When Hardison starts the briefing at the beginning of the episode a Game Boy's start up sound can be heard.
Jonathan Frakes makes a cameo in this episode. He appears as a patient sitting next to Nate when he is at the doctor's office.
During the flight, Marissa Devins wears a pearl necklace. Hhowever, after the plane lands and she's talking to Nate and Eliot on the ground, the necklace is gone.
After the plane lands on the road and Hardison is dancing around the office, he says "I'm gonna call my mama" which is odd since we learned in "The Stork Job" that he was really an orphan raised by a foster mother he referred to as Nana. He should have said something like "I'm gonna call Nana".
When the team first breaks into the corporation's headquarters the time is listed as 4:10am. While in the CEO's office they overhear the CEO comment that the flight takes off in an hour. Even if an hour had passed, probably less since Sophie is distracting the guards by pretending to look for a rave, between the start of the break in to the comment from the CEO that means that the flight takes off at the latest around 6am yet when we see the airport it is in broad daylight probably well into the day.