The in-flight movie is The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines, a TNT original movie.
When the airplane is sabotaged and the co-pilot shouts "we're losing altitude", the artificial horizon actually shows a climb.
When Eliot leaves the restroom with an unconscious Dan Erlick in it, the ceramic knife that previously was lying in the sink is gone. However, the next time they enter the restroom, the knife is there again, ready for Eliot to pick it up.
During Eliot's fight scene with the Butcher of Kiev, the Butcher says the same two lines he said during the flashback of their first fight together: "I kill you!" and "It burns!"
Hardison is shown marking the fake guns with x's on the bottom and says something about someone not believing that those were real guns. This is a major mess up because at the end of the episode the bad guys shot at the team with the fake guns and then there's a cut scene going back to Hardison marking the guns. But the team didn't even know that the orphanage was a cover for arms dealers until after Hardison had already marked the guns. And if guns had been for the movie Hardison wouldn't have needed to mark them because all the guns on set would have been fake. They also wouldn't have needed to fire like real guns, as these so obviously did, since it was a low budget production.
When Eliot sews up Nate's gunshot wound, he says that Nate "acts like he has never been shot before." Nate then turns to Sophie, who turns away and smiles. This is a reference to a flashback in "The Nigerian Job" where Sophie and Nate shoot each other in a robbery attempt in Paris. Incidentally, Nate also gets shot in the shoulder in that flashback.
All of the members from the team seem to be linked to each other through their comms. But when the Judge steps on Nate's ear piece, it emits a piercing sound, and it seems only Parker and Hardison can hear it. But when the Judge steps on Sophie's ear piece, Eliot appears to never have heard the sound the first time it happened.
When escaping the bank in the ambulance, as they turn the corner, the driver is glimpsed wearing some sort of pink apparel. However, when the driver is revealed as the mother, she is wearing a white uniform, with some blue, but no traces of pink.
How did the team move the pizza box and plant the briefcase at the end of the episode? Nate was shot and unable to move on the other side of the room with Sophie. Parker and Eliot were also on the other side of the room exchanging clothes with the actual bank robbers, while we see that Hardison is constantly talking to the judge and/or town sheriff. And surely the judge, who is shown constantly facing the table with the pizza box and under which they find the briefcase, would have noticed someone walking up, taking the pizza box and leaving the briefcase.
Eliot, Hardison and the gangbangers meet in the center of a tunnel. In the first closeup of the injured banger, he's leaning against the tunnel wall. Then in the next scene when Hardison punches him, he's back in the center.
At the end of the episode when Alec says, "Look at that, saved a church" and Parker responds, "It's like Christmas", the closed captioning lists the full comment as "Look at that, saved a church. This one's for you, Nana", but it is not heard in the spoken dialog.
When the team is changing the name of the horse during the height of the con, the name is changed from "Fei Kuai" to "La Devlin Vita" which translates to "The Devlin Life". The name of one of the show's producers is Dean Devlin.
"More Than I Deserve" by Kane* (Eliot says goodbye to Aimee)
* Leverage star Christian Kane is lead singer of the band Kane.
At the beginning of the episode, Parker is called while she is stealing a painting in a museum in Monaco. The painting she steals is Cypresses, and the other two paintings shown are The Night Cafe in the Place Lamartine in Arles and The Garden of Saint-Paul Hospital, all three by Vincent Van Gogh. The problem is, that those paintings are at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Yale University Art Gallery in Connecticut and The Kröller-Müller Museum in The Netherlands, respectively. In fact, there is no museum in Monaco that holds any painting by Vincent Van Gogh.
Music: Winter (Joshua Radin)
When Eliot is called to the job, his current location is shown to be Berlin, Germany. A sign in the background reads in German: "Privatgrundstück - Parken Verboten" (Private property - no parking). However, the "V" in "Verboten" is incorrectly capitalized.
The electric car that Nate drives off in at the end of the episode is a 2008 Tesla Roadster.
When the names of the actors and actresses are listed at the beginning of the episode, Beth Riesgraf's name is misspelled to Beth Reisgraf.
Parker enters the elevator and is topless. She ducks off camera, rises back up still topless, and the elevator door closes. A split second later in the next shot she is now wearing a black sports bra.
The payout from this job was $32,761,349 each.