16 MILLION DOLLARS
Sybil Brand Institute, the only female correctional facility in Los Angeles County for three decades, is the filming location for the Los Angeles Federal Penitentiary. Closed in 1997, the facility is used for filming numerous tv series.
1 MISSING PRISONER
60 MINUTES TO FIND HIM
Los Angeles Federal Penitentiary, the setting of the episode, does not exist in reality. The only federal penitentiary in Los Angeles is Metropolitan Detention Center.
Nobody seems to notice that Galvin, the planner of explosive breach and Salazar's mole, disappears when the actual breach occurs.
Regardless of the outcome of the initial charges against Ian, once he assaulted the Marshals, escaped from custody, and held an FBI agent hostage, he was guilty of multiple serious felonies and should have expected to be sent to prison. So it's utterly implausible that a federal agent would think that there would be a satisfactory conclusion by taking the actions he did, even if he was exonerated of the murder.
The US Marshals would have never been at an initial crime scene such as when Ian was first arrested. Their jurisdiction includes prisoners, witnesses, and fugitives only. Before he was arrested, Ian was none of those things.
50 BILLION DOLLARS
4 ILLEGAL MARKETS
$11.29 STEALING ONE PERSON'S IDENTITY
18 MILLION DOLLARS
4840 UFO SIGHTINGS
1 SECRET AIR BASE
There is actually no criminal in this episode. As the episode reaches conclusion, the only fault that NEOX scientists have are overconfidence to accomplish an extremely high-risk project in such a small amount of time.
It seems odd that Charlie, Amita, and Floyd found the downed drone and the dead sheep at night when the entire area had been previously searched during the day.
Liz was pregnant at one point in her younger years, but lost the baby. She never forgave the friends who thought the baby would ruin her life.
Since C.J. did not know the surrogate who gave birth to her, it does not make sense why she would be excited about being returned to her after being rescued.
The FBI can't hand over a kidnapped child to anyone other than the legal custodial parent, and certainly not to the person who is known to have kidnapped her. The court ruled that the surrogate mother had no legal rights to her so the FBI could not have handed the child over to her and still followed the letter of the law.
"Lebens", the name of the evil company, is German for "pertaining to life", which is appropriate for a company dealing in cloning. However, the way the cast pronounced it was "Liebens", German for "pertaining to love".
797,500 CHILDREN MISSING PER YEAR
203,500 KIDNAPPED BY FAMILY MEMBERS
227 AMBER ALERTS
610 MOVIES ANNUALLY
40,000 THEATER SCREENS
28 BILLION BOX OFFICE REVENUE
1 MILLION DOLLARS
Don decided to hunt Fox down alone, but normally the FBI would employ no less than two men to capture an extremely dangerous target such as Fox, who is a former Navy SEAL and FBI instructor.
During the episode, the detectives make multiple references to "OPR." This stands for the Office of Professional Responsibility, more commonly known as Internal Affairs. They investigate any allegations of misconduct within the Federal Bureau of Investigation.