Goof: The address on Cherise Dawson's drivers license is 17 Trumpler Drive. But when the agents went to her home the house number was "591".
Goof: Eric says that the hacker posted the video at 10:23. However, if you look at the map he has on his screen while saying this, it is timestamped 9:23:07.
Goof: It is stated by Sam that it will take 20 minutes to get a F-22 Raptor from Edwards AFB up and across to intercept the Predator UAV, which Callen states is too long - yet they have time to drive across LA to a Marina on the coast somewhere to stop it in person at the controls - which even in light LA traffic will take a lot longer than 20 minutes.
Both Callen and Hanna speak Arabic.
GOOF: In the side shot we see Kensi climb into the back seat and Dominic moving his head to avoid her back side which passes the head rest of the driver's seat. In the next shot, her back side is in the front with once more passing the driver side head rest and Dominic moving his head to the side.
When Callen and Hanna go to see the SEAL's widow, they give her their names, but never identify themselves as NCIS agents or show their badges, which is standard procedure.
When Hanna and the LAPD detective draw on each other at the crime scene, the cop shows Sam his badge, but he doesn't show his in return. It doesn't make sense that the cop would accept Sam's word that he was NCIS without seeing his ID.
Callen's shooting which he was recovering from took place in the NCIS episode "Legend".
Hetty has known Callen for three years.
Kensi Blye was raised in the Marine Corps.
Callen is fluent in Spanish. Dominic and Hetty are fluent in Latin.
Callen's nickname G is the only information he has about his first name.
Prior to joining NCIS, Special Agent Callen was an FBI agent and Special Agent Hanna was a Navy SEAL.
Goof: When Agent Callen tells the terrorist that his friend Nick's real name is Michael Rivkin, he says he doesn't care what his real name is. But he should have cared because he would have recognized it as a Jewish name.
This episode was a two part episode as part of NCIS on 04/28/09 and 05/08/09.
Special Agent Macy was the lead on the team against Gibbs when he killed the man in Mexico that had killed his first wife and daughter. She eventually declined to prosecute Gibbs, and hid the evidence that would implicate Gibbs because she believed he was just in killing the man who destroyed his family.
ruthless killing, undercover cops, city living, failed crime, gunfights