In the park, a drunken Franklin Winthrop and Adam Guenzel brutally rape a woman.
A terrified man begins climbing a tower in an escape attempt. Frank Urbano steps out of his car, waits a moment, and calmly shoots the man in the back. He then tells his goons to clean the mess up.
Adam Gunezel and Franklin Winthrop, convicted January 14, 2002. Rape, attempted murder in the first degree. Sentence: 28 years, up for parole in 7. (prisoner #'s 02G561 and 02W562)
Francis Urbano, AKA Frank the Fixer, convicted January 7, 2002. Murder in the first degree. Sentence: Life, up for parole in 25 years. (prisoner # 02U672)
When Hill is talking about his mother's death to Beecher, his hand hangs over the arm rest but in the next shot, his handis placed on a different position.
Li Chen, convicted January 14th, 2002. 4 counts of attempted murder. Sentence: 32 years, up for parole in 20. (prisoner # 02L333)
In this episode officer Brass tells Morales that he doesn't care who's idea it was (to cut his acciles tendon), he just wants to know who actually did the deed. But when he finds out that it was Martinez that cut him, he doesn't try to harm him in any way, then he only cares who's idea it was, pretty odd if you ask me.
Inmate Chico Guerra is playing the Tomb Raider II videogame in the computer lounge.
Chucky Pancamo opens his car trunk, unzips a large bag, kisses the head of the woman inside and throws her into the river.
Charles Pancamo, AKA Chucky The Enforcer. Convicted June 4, 1997. Sentence: 35 years, up for parole in 15. (prisoner # 97P468)
McManus' hand changes position when he is holding the tennis ball.
In the goof above there's a mistake, you see Pancamo in the background when Said and White are talking in their pod, and not Said and Arif.
Chucky Pancamo is stabbed by Robson, and taken to the hospital ward where he spends the rest of the season. Yet, in the storyline *after* he's stabbed, with Said and Arif speaking in their pod you can clearly see Pancamo in the background talking and laughing with his buddies.
During a baseball game brawl, Martin Montgomery picks up a bat and brutally beats several players.
Martin Montgomery, convicted March 16, 1999, two counts of assault in the 1st degree. Sentence: 8 years, up for parole in 5. (prisoner # 99M663)
This episode marks the last appearance of the great supporting character William Giles. He is never even spoken of again until the audio clips at the very end of Exuent Omnes, which is an old clip from season 2.
If Glynn was releasing Miguel, Giles, Omar, and Penders to "gen pop", why were they in Em City? And why did Giles vanish for the rest of the season?
If so many were killed in the bus crash, why was Mukada, who was sitting in the front and possibly even standing up, barely hurt?
In season 4.2 Jewel Schillinger is shown with dark hair. Guess she got a bleach job this season, 'cause she's a blonde now.
In the shower room, Cloutier's glasses rests on his bible in one shot but in the next shot it disappears.
When Giles is first shown into his new cell in protective custody, the camera pans around his new and very small room. When the camera angle changes to face Giles, the design of the room is entirely changed.
Carmen Guerra, AKA Chico, convicted June 4, 1996. Murder in the first
degree. Sentence: 53 years, up for parole in 17. (prisoner # 96G522)