When the Helix crashes in the parking lot, no one notices? No vehicle owners, no police, no fire department, no media, not even random bystanders? Before crashing, they're apparently headed toward a schoolyard, and the "borrowed" schoolbus reinforces this fact. How can a plane possibly crash near a school without anyone coming to check on it?
Why would Brennan steal a schoolbus? Out of all the available vehicles, he chooses the largest, slowest, and most conspicuous one he can find.
McTeague's father committed suicide five years ago, "shortly after" his mother left him, which was "a few years after" his father and Adam were together, which was 20 years ago. This doesn't seem to add up.
Why does Shalimar just let the chief assassin lock the booby-trapped weapon onto her arm? After the fast one he pulled in the bar -- drugging her when she let her guard down -- wouldn't she want to examine the weapon first? (For that matter, why would the villain want to hire someone who could be tricked and rendered unconscious so easily? At her initial interview, Shalimar came across as pretty gullible. Unless he wanted someone gullible?)
So, why didn't the thing on Shalimar's arm blow up? Adam never died.
What the heck's the point of locating prospective assassins with great fighting skills and stuff if you only need them to fire a gun that basically does all the work for you?
Adam was arrested as a murderer last year and nobody could come up with a public file on him. Now he's giving big publicized speeches with his face and name on posters. This seems kinda odd...
I guess it's just her "animal nature" manifesting, but it seems kinda odd for Shalimar's eyes to glow so she can turn on her heightened hearing.
Why does Emma say something in front of McTeague that obviously hints she has superpowers ("Adam, I'm sensing more security on the way..."). Does anyone without super-sensing abilities talk this way?
Aren't Brennan and his powers pretty seriously compromised here? All of the rich, well-placed folks at the fights know his full name and that he has electrical powers.
Why aren't all the spectators shocked when Brennan electrifies the arena cage/wall? The entire structure appears to be metallic.
When Jesse leaves his cell to find Emma, he enters the common area beyond the bars, rather than traveling through the walls. Even without any alarm indicating that a cell door opened, wouldn't the guards notice a prisoner just wandering outside the cells?
Christina works at Chadway Insurance, but when Jesse calls up a file while bantering with Brennan it says "Montclair Insurance". He might be cross-referencing with some other companies but it doesn't jibe with Jesse's dialogue.
So now Mutant X kills people? Not only is that somewhat of a violation of all of the previous episodes (with the exception of last year's "Lazarus Syndrome" - see comments there), but if they were okay with killing folks, why didn't they start with Ashlocke and Eckhart? Maddox was adequately imprisoned until he escaped with some help - why not just imprison him again?
Tyler is described as a "telempath", the same as Emma, but his ability seems to be precognition - not emotion reading or sensing. Not all psionics are telempaths, so why is Tyler described as basically having the same powers as Emma when he clearly doesn't?
If these are "electronically resurrected Black Ops soldiers," wouldn't they respond more to Brennnan shooting an electrical charge at them? They barely give him a blink, however the electrical charge within their brains should be incredibly damaging, if not fatal.
Why doesn't Jesse phase himself and Brennan through the door as Nikki throws the guy to his death? Instead Brennan takes considerable time breaking the door down, even though Jesse is right behind him.
Shouldn't it seem a little suspicious to the team that the man they rescue from the bad guys is completely immune to Emma's telempathic powers? Instead of smelling a set-up, they take the man home and give him free run of their headquarters.
Why doesn't Emma blast the vial before Kyle drinks it? Or blast Kyle? Or throw a kick? Instead she just stands there and lets him talk.
Jesse can phase - how long should it take him to get down from Amanda's apartment? You wouldn't think as long as occurs here.