If D.D. had just stood still, she would have been fine - rays only sting when stepped on.
Logan clearly slips the Ace of Hearts into the guy's pocket to create a distraction, but when Decker takes it out it's the Ace of Clubs.
Is there some reason in the opener that Cassie and D.D. have low cleavage outfits but Shane doesn't? Particularly since they're on a night mission when it's their skin that would show most brightly.
Shane tells D.D. to call campus security and shut down all the exits. Umm, it's a pretty wide open large-sized campus and we're talking campus security. I live by a large campus, and a) they have too many exits to manageably "seal," and b) campus security are a bunch of guys who drive around in little golf-cart style vehicles and deal wtih petty vandalism and drunks. No offense to the noble profession of campus security guards, but it's pretty unlikely they could track down escaping kidnappers.
How does Cassie know that D.D. thinks "limber is hot"? She wasn't at the campus where D.D. and Shane discussed "limber" and we see them get together and start talking about Julie, then doing some spy chat, then Cassie talking about D.D. thinking limber is hot. Even if that's the kind of thing they'd share, they didn't seem to have any time to do so.
The baby doll they use at the end for Julie's baby is pretty fake looking - notice when Shane hands it back how it's as stiff as a board.
Even by this show's standards (and they're supposed to be more "serious" this season), the Spies jumping through a window and ending up totally unscathed is a bit silly.
When Cassie is first viewed behind the glass in the holding cell, pacing, there is clearly no necklace-her neck is bare. After she pivots and D.D. and Shane enter, the necklace is back in place.
Other then because it looks incredibly stylish, what's the point of the Spies wearing black outfits sneaking up into a white building in broad daylight?
"Fondles," when the Spies were trapped in a sauna, took place 13 episodes ago - not really "a few weeks/episodes ago."
Shields kicked in the door when they broke into Winters' apartment - when they come back later the door is restored and they kick in the same door again (watch the hinge pins fly).
Of course, Jack is having incredibly detailed flashbacks to stuff he wasn't present for, but all things considered nobody should probably take that too seriously.
Before the commercial break after the flashback where D.D. punches the other two, she's in the middle. After the commercial break she's on the left despite the fact Shane and Cassie both have paralyzed legs.
Actually, this episode aired two weeks after "Trap" - presumably the episode they're talking about that happened "last week" when they were trapped in their own home. No reason to assume that real time and show-time are the same, although the implication is that's the case with the various meta-jokes. Probably the glitch came up because they seem to have a hard time airing the shows in the intended order.
It is supposed to be a Saturday, but The View only airs on weekdays.
In numerous shots you can see that the VCR isn't set. So it wouldn't come on to time-record The View...or anything else.
When Cassie first starts working for Malloy, she contacts D.D. on her headset to break into the computer. D.D. tells her to "click on start, click on run, click on okay." But a close up of Cassie's hands shows her typing on the keyboard. She should just be using the mouse.
Dr. Paul says Amy has been under their treatment for years as if he was there treating her - woudln't he have noticed she never aged?
When Shane holds up the spoon to watch Bick, the image is right-side up. A concave surface would reflect the image upside down.
Bick's fight double during the long shots of the fight on the yacht with Shane has a radically different hairstyle then Shawn Toub's widow's peak.