When Vic takes the tape out the VCR it's clearly a non-recordable tape. There's a little piece of plastic that needs to be on the end to record over it, that many store bought tapes lack. And it was definitely recording because he rewound and played it back.
When Vic shows up to meet Lauren and her K9 partner to search for the bodies, he gets down eye-to-eye with the dog. This would *never* happen with a police K9. It would be taken by the dog as a major sign of aggression and the dog would likely attack.
The amount of times David kicks the suspect in the room, and the number of times on tape are not the same. He kicked two times more in the room than on tape.
When Tommy tosses the chair out of Aceveda's window, it hits Dutch's desk.
He was probably just busting his balls, but Mackey does speak Ebonics. Aside from what he said not being that hard to understand, Vic has understood a lot more of Ebonics English than that before.
When Tommy is smoking in the room, his cigarette goes from being just started, to short, to medium during the scene.
Danny, who is left-handed, continually holds her flashlight in her left hand in this episode. A cop will *always* hold his/her flashlight in the non-dominant hand thereby allowing for quicker access to his/her gun.
In the scene right after Vic and Lem find out that some of their money is marked, they head out to there car and are joined by Ronnie. As they get into the car, you can see the camera on the left side of the screen.
It would have been virtually impossible for Tavon to have been thrown from his van at the speed he was traveling--head through the windshield, yes--completely ejected, no.
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Look closely at Lem's motorcycle. It's not the same yellow one as we saw clear back in Season One. The camera is raised up so you can't tell it's not the same, but if you compare both, you can see the handlebars are different.
When we last see Brian, he was nothing but a baby. Now he's a toddler. According to the timeline it's only been about six months since he was put into adoption. He grew up fast.
A set of hand cuffs is in the interrogation room when Dutch questions Garza, but Garza is not cuffed.
When the Strike Team and backup units are going to make the bust on Kern's buy for the MP5s, Tommy is the closest to the door. But, when they enter the building Vic is the first one who enters.
When Vic takes down the suspect, the suspect elbows him on the right side of the face. However, Vic bleeds out of his left nostril.
In the scene where Vic is talking to Shane after Shane visited Vic's wife at night, you can see a microphone above them, if you look closely.
The Strike Team spends months planning the Money Train heist. They buy storage space, steal a garbage truck, have a backup plan for 3 men instead of 4, wear ski masks, tail an Armenian ring leader, and practice and scout the two locations. Yet when they carry out the heist, THEY DON'T WEAR GLOVES to cover their finger prints during the actual robbery or while dropping the cash at that Armenian's house.
Watch in the scene where the Strike Team go to Raidohead's place. When you see Radiohead come out from a room and Vic and his team go inside, the camera follows Vic inside and you can see a cameraman around the corner to the left.
When Julien gets the blanket party, they use rubber clubs again like the first season. You can see the one Jackson uses starting to crack.
There's a bag of money out on the table when Ronnie drops off Shane & Lemonhead, yet the mob just waves him out not thinking twice. Guess they really didn't think he was a problem.
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