The twins in this episiode are played my Mercedes and Phoenix Arn-Horn. They are now two-thirds of the band Courage My Love.
Jess' earring appears and disappears throughout the episode.
Jess mentions to Pollack that her birthday is October 12, which is only 4 days off of Caterina Scorsone(Jess)'s real birthday.
When Nicole is talking to Antonio by the bus (at the end of the episode), the camera moves to the cigarette in her hand. If you look at the very tip of the cigarette, there's a lot of it already burned and about ready to fall. When the camera switchs to her and Antonio talking, the cigarette tip is low, barely burned at all.
When they found Gracie's phone it was mentioned that it was a picture phone but that kind of cell phone is NOT a picture phone.
The maths with the fake/real cocaine bags doesn't add up. Although we are not informed how many bags are fake, we know six are real. It is stated that Brooke has a "6:30 chance of getting away with it - 1 in 5". A 6:30 chance is 1 in 6. Conversely a "1 in 5" chance would require 24 fake bags, not 30.
Further, if the 1st and 4th bags are checked 2/3 of the time, and those will be real, Brooke has at least a 67% chance of success. Even if ALL the rest were fake, this chance can't ever fall to "1 in 4" as is stated, unless more than two bags are checked, which we are not told.
Jess locks the door of her car and is than "attacked" in the car by Emanuelle. After a short struggle, Jess simply opens the door and falls out.
Brooke did not need to fly to the prison stop the execution. And they didn't need to phone the Governor in Romania. If an Englishman like me knows the Lt Governor or a Judge could issue a stay, why didn't the FBI?
The 3 lethal injections take from three to five minutes to complete. But after a few seconds the prisoner is not just unconscious, but his breathing and heart have stopped.
Michael King (the sixteen year old with the Corvette near the end of the episode) was Canadian actor, Donald MacKenzie's, premiere role.