When Nick tosses Kickstart's envelope to Boz in the trash, the address appears to be "Pier 52." The Riptide, of course, is docked at Pier 56.
Nitpick: The bits of wood fall from the back of the truck perfectly to make a sturdy ramp for Cody's commandeered motorcycle!
Nitpick: In this episode, Cody isn't very keen on baseball, yet in several earlier episodes, he's been seen to be interested in it (most notably in the second season episode 'Mirage', where he and Nick have a bet on a game and are excitedly watching it on TV). In fairness, he doesn't say that he doesn't like it, but it still does seem to conflict slightly.
Nitpick: Danielle watches and listens to Andy's advertisement to her through a shop window. Television sets in shop windows are nearly always on mute, especially at night! (Not to mention that surely the window glass would muffle the sound, especially if the shop was all closed up!)
One of the guys notes that newspapers say that the "lady killer" uses a 9mm (millimeter), and their client states that that was the caliber of weapon he found. But later, Nick mentions, as evidence against the then-suspect, that "she owns a .45". .45s and 9mm's are not the same caliber at all, and given the guys' military experience and their own switching from .45s to 9mm's (starting in "Oil Bets Are Off"), Nick should know this.
Nick had been promoted from Lieutenant to Captain while in the Army Reserve.
Nitpick: Even for a super-computer, the printer that Murray uses to on the computer at the climax prints far too fast to be believable – it does a huge ream in just a few seconds.
On the closing credits, the 'Featuring' caption is missing from the episode's additional cast.
Nitpick: When Quinlan phones Nick to tell him where his Corvette has been found, he says he's just about to go off duty. Yet just an hour-or-so later within the time-frame of the story, Quinlan is at the hospital questioning Cody and Murray.
Nitpick: In the Limo that Cody takes chase of Sutherland in, he talks on (what seems to be) a car-phone, to Nick and Murray, on their headsets in the Screaming Mimi. How on earth would these two things be on the same frequency?? Arguably, Murray may be able to use his gadgetry to get the two on the same frequency, but he'd need some time to do this - not in the middle of a chase!
In the firefight on the island, the Riptide guys are carrying what look like S&W M76 submachine guns. This may be the only time they are seen producing actual fully-automatic weapons (as opposed to semi-automatic lookalikes). A fairly rare weapon, it is quite coincidental that the "bad guys" are carrying exactly the same weapon. Given the expense of legally possessing a machine gun, either we are to believe that they somehow somewhere acquired them from the bad guys, or the props director got lazy. In any case, the Riptide guys were never seen carrying them again.
In the scene where Murray is in front of a fountain, talking on the giant sandwich-shaped telephone to Nick, there is a shot where we hear Nick talking back, in which the frame rate is evidently slowed up on – if you watch the fountain behind Murray, the rate that the water is flowing is visibly slower. As Nick finishes talking, the film returns to its correct rate. (Seemingly, the editors slowed the rate to make enough time for Nick's dialogue to be inserted, though quite why they didn't just use the actual shot of Nick in the first place is anyone's guess!)
In the scene where the detective trio are on their way to the half-way house, it is broad daylight, but in the shots of Murray, in the back of the truck with baby Katherine, it seems that the sky is more purple and street-lights are on, as if these shots were taken at sunset. (The inter-cut shots of Cody and Nick are back to being in broad daylight)
Murray's name is incorrectly spelt on the Roboz's monitor as 'Murry'.
In the scene where Jesse Wells comes aboard the Riptide to hire the agency, there is a line where Nick (seems to) calls her "Miss Williams".
(Of course, they've only just met so he does have an excuse for getting her name wrong, but even so...)
The close-up shots of Nick hanging Pierre over the side of the speeding Ferrari do not tally for the further off shots (with stunt doubles), where the stunt double for Pierre is hanging much further over the side of the car.
In Pierre's show-room, when Nick throws the vase to Cody that Cody deliberately misses, in the shot of Nick throwing it, it is much lower and about to hit the floor than in the following shot, where it appears much higher and thrown with more momentum, so that it hits the wall behind Cody.
On the opening trailer (the pre-opening credits sequence that gives us a taste of what's in store in the episode), the final shot used is of Cody as he loads his gun; we see his lips move, but do not hear his dialogue. In the actual episode, this line was "It's show time" (the sort of thing that would be typically picked to round off a trailer), but on the actual trailer, we do not hear him say it; the dialogue does not seem to have been mixed onto the soundtrack here. (However, the sound of his gun loading, presumably added in post-production, can still be heard!)
When Cody, Nick and Boz are in jail, Lt. Quinlan's line "Well, well, well [...] If it ain't the B-Team" is a possible nod to Stephen J. Cannell and Frank Lupo's series, The A-Team. In the US it was shown in the slot prior to Riptide on Tuesday nights.
The footage of the B-52 aeroplane in flight at the start of this episode originates from the 1st season A-Team episode 'Holiday In The Hills'. It will seem familiar to many as it was also recycled in 'In Plane Sight', 'Curtain Call' (flashback), 'Skins', and 'The Crystal Skull' in that series.