Guest star John Livingston is the brother of Ron Livingston.
The newscaster makes a statement that Dennis Reicker had laundered money in various places, including the Grand Cayman Islands. This geographical reference is incorrect. The location is the Cayman Islands and Grand Cayman is the largest island of the island chain.
In this episode, it is revealed that Emily's birthday is April 10.
When Ruth Keegan is speaking to Emily over the CB radio, neither of them takes their hands off buttons. They would not be able to hear other if the buttons were depressed all the time. When one person speaks, the speaking person must press the button then release it to allow the listener to speak. The responding person then presses the button to speak.
Towards the end of this episode, the RV skids off the road when the wives fight with Keegan. There are two cut scenes to show the RV out of control; the second is in fact an identical clip to the first but flipped horizontally. This can be seen from the driver's side of the vehicle changing, and the tree and white fence swapping sides on the screen. Apparently, the budget did not allow for filming two clips of the RV going out of control.
When Frank shoots Gwen, she falls to the ground with her head facing the FBI. When Warren Keegan looks at her body through the window of the RV, her face is toward the RV. When the RV rolls away, her face has turned back toward the FBI.
Emily mentions the title of this episode during the episode.
The name of the house in which Matt and Emily are held hostage is called "El Nido," which translates to "The Nest."
This is the first time we see Emily's car. It is a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRTS in Red Rock Crystal.
Ron Livingston and Josh Zuckerman, guest star on Peer Group, appeared together in Pretty Persuasion.
The bar where Matt says they all hang out is called Sloan's.
According to a billboard shown in the opening scene, Avery Steele's talk radio show was broadcast on KTLH 98.6 FM.
Either the actors were in the wrong spot or one of the characters should have been in pain. When one bullet shatters the window, a large piece of glass can be seen - a sharp piece - falls on Matt and Emily.
When Emily is reading the letter from GLA, she says "You can't stop this. It won't stop. This will never stop," the letter clearly reads, "You can't stop it. It won't stop. It will never stop." This would indicate the text in the letter was changed after the script was written and the script was not changed accordingly.
When M.J. shoots the oxygen tanks, they would not burst into flames as they did in this episode. The worst that would happen is oxygen would spray out of the tank or the tank would burst open. Oxygen is not flammable by itself and a bullet fired from a gun would not be an ignition source.
GOOF: At the end of Emily's second conversation with Gabby/Kari, while Sam is stealing a new car, she does the big reveal showing she knows Kari's real name. The thing is, only the last name is a reveal, she's called her Kari from the beginning of their conversation:
Gabby/Kari: What took you so long?
Emily: We're not on your clock, Kari.
When Matt and Emily are in the hotel room, the curtains are open. When Matt throws Emily onto the bed, we can see the glass. It might be a light shining in the window or the moon, but the curtains are still definitely open because the light would be shining in the glass.
Matt's car is a 2006 blue Ford Mustang GT with a license plate that reads 5PPJ221.
When Emily received an activation call in the office, she mentioned to Matt, "We just got called in on a 7500." In the terms of aviation emergency transponder codes, "7500" means "Unlawful Interference" aka Hijack.
Cheryl's coffee mug reads "The FBI always get their man."
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