The real Sue Thomas was really diagnosed with MS just like her character Deanne.
The building super was played by Kenny Robinson. He also played Jellybean on the other Pax series,DOC.
Joe,the bounty hunter,is played by Ron Lea. He also played Dr. Oliver Crane on the other Pax show,Doc.
The money stashed in the suitcase Horace tries to sneak out, is still very neatly piled when Myles opens the suitcase. However, due to the way Horace has just been carrying that suitcase and then threw it on the ground, the money should have slid to one side and be in one big messy pile.
Tyler Posey played Raul Garcia on the other Pax series,Doc.
This is one of few episodes in which you can actually see Bobby use sign language, or in this particular case, fingerspelling.
When Jack and Sue first interrogate Carol about her husband, her bruise is on her left hand, but the second time, it is on the right one.
Goof: At the end of the show, as Bobby comments on how well Myles has stated how the "head lice" have migrated elsewhere, he pushes in (but does not
close) a drawer of the safe -- whose magnetic tag still shows "CLOSED", and
had been that way while he was messing with the files in it.
The Hamas guy climbed up the stairs to the 12th floor and beyond. When he jumped off the building, it was obvious that the building across the street was even taller. But there are no high-rises in D.C.; no building can be taller than the Capitol (the Washington Monument is the only exception). (Perhaps the scene was supposed to have occurred in Maryland or Virginia.)
When Sue and Dan Malone are saying goodbye, Sue signs 'see you later' and he does the same back. Then he gets into the taxi and she slowly walks away. Watch Dan. While he's in the taxi, you can see his head completely turned around watching Sue before the taxi goes out of site.
When Bobby checks to see what's around the corner of the house with the mirror in his hand, it seems like he must have dropped it. But if you look closely you can see it is attached to the back of his hand via an elastic band or something similar, leaving him free to use his hand to hold the rifle. Later when he and Jack are at the back of the house you can see a glimpse of the mirror still being attached to the back of his left hand.
In a scene where Troy is signing to his brother at the end, you can see he has on his wedding ring. The next second, it is gone.
Bobby used to be a member of SWAT and was most probably a tracker in those days - based on Jack's admission in the episode The Heist, that the Bureau paid for a tracking seminar for Bobby.
Since they did not send Jack to that seminar, we can assume that Bobby had previous experience and this was to further his knowledge.
When Jack and Dimitrius conclude that he was gone about "53 minutes ...
minus 10 for the switch", and Tara estimates they were "averaging about 40
miles an hour", Tara puts a map on the wall, with a circle indicating where
the warehouse could be. But the map is clearly of northern D.C. and suburban
Maryland. D.C. is 10 miles square, so the circle must be less than that
across. 40 MPH for 43 minutes is about 28 miles.
Tara puts Langley Park inside D.C. It really is where Tara put Silver
Spring, which is actually where Tara put Falls Church, which is really to
the west of D.C.
When Bobby closes the safe at the end, 2 security procedures are violated:
the Closed indicator was set *before* he closed it, not after; and he gave
the dial a simple spin, rather than 3 full spins to clear it.
Just after Jack hangs Wes' picture on the wall, and is rejoining, the close up shows Bobby's arm around Tara, his hand on her shoulder. When the picture cuts to farther back, Bobby's arm is at his side.
Goof: When Wes is teasing Sue about how to play pool, compare
the balls when the camera is on Wes (the 7 ball is close to the pocket, with
the 4 nearby) and on Sue (the 7 ball is away from the pocket, with the 12
From this episode, we know Jack and Bobby have been friends for at least 9 years because when Bobby offers to go undercover in the gambling world, Jack later asks him what he thinks he's doing (since Bobby has a gambling problem). Bobby tells him that it's okay, he hasn't had the urge to gamble in 9 years.
If we further the thought process. Bobby's gambling problem would already have been "handled" by the time he made it to Quantico because there is absolutely no way he could have made it through all the psychological evaluations while battling a problem of this magnitude.
So Bobby and Jack would have known each other from before the Quantico days in order for us to believe he knew about Bobby's problem.
Bobby calls Myles "The Philosopher" when they tell David and Sue which team they're on.