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The first song played in the club/disco is:
Adelante from Sash!
The poster with Bishop on it reads:
Kiss and Congratulate this man! 34 years Herpes-Free today!
We learn that Dr. Sol Goldman is actually 73 years old. Why is he still working?
Right before the commercial break at 32 minutes, the "body" moves her eyelashes just a bit.
The date on the case files reads: October 19th, 2005.
Bishop has his girlfriend entered under the name Gym chick in his cell phone.
While the main characters are looking at a victim's computer, a shadow appears through a door in the hall behind them.
While discussing Spanish wines, one of the characters says Catalan is a dialect of Spanish. This is incorrect: Catalan is another Romance language spoken in Spain, and is as different from Castilian (i.e. "Spanish") as French or Italian are.
The voice over names the car type, with the impact on the left side, as Ford Festiva, but it's obviously different car shown. The shown car looks like some Honda Accord from the 80's.
The car Bishop and Cole use in the end is the same, they crushed a few hours before (same licence plate). Sure it's possible that the car was fixed in this short time, but unlikely.
When Cole and Bishop start to escort the other car to the hospital, they activate the klaxon, but why isn't the flashlight running. These devices are connected together. This shows that the sound effect was added later.
Sen's wife tells Cole and Bishop that she once tried to get a job as engineer in the US, before she got pregnant and still this high educated woman doesn't speak a word of English?
When the brakes on the blue car aren't working, why do the brake lights go on when the camera moves behind the car? The electronic for these lights is connected to the speed display and not the pedal.
In the delivery room, the father and the grandmother don't wear any protection clothing. That would never happen in a hospital, since it endangers the baby and the mother. Even in a rush, these things are put on in five seconds, especially when you want to hold the child as the mother does.
After running the blood test of the blood found on the bottle against the blood of the deceased, assuming that they used a DNA test, they would (more likely than not) know the gender of the person who bled upon the bottle. Why would they need a DNA sample from the wife, mistress, and all the co-workers of the deceased, when they only needed samples of the suspects who are the same gender as the bleeder?
How did the bookie know that the bet came from the Howe's trainer, rather than Camelorka? The business would be cash only, and a paper trail would be minimised, and what paperwork there needed to be would be subtle and incognito.
The finger of Bishop was cut off, brought to evidence analyzed about the cutting edges and then reattached? This process would have needed some amount of time, so the finger might already have been dead.
The finger with a ring attached shown at the beginning of the show as "evidence" in the case turned out to be Bishop's finger. He bought the ring from a street vendor.