Aidan Quinn who plays Captain Miller appeared unbilled and had no lines.
After Ladder 100 uses the ladder to break the window to the 2nd floor of the 55th precinct, you can briefly see a newspaper clipping of Ty's "Hero Cop" article from episode 67, Lights Up.
When Carlos visited Doc at the mental hospital he refered to Doc's deceased wife as "Linda". Her name was "Deborah" Or "Debra". Which ever spelling you prefer.
When Emily goes to the station to meet up with her mother, she referes to her as "Officer Yokas" when it should be "Detective Yokas".
In this episode we finally find out the illness that is killing Sergeant Cruz: Leukemia
When Bosco is having difficulty with his sight on the firing range, we see several spent shell casings fall from his weapon. Crimps in the top of the casings clearly show that he is firing blank ammunition, even though holes are pierced in the target when he fires.
When Sully stops the RMP because Sasha gets sick, a woman flags them down. The camera then switches position, looking towards the car, and you can clearly see there is no liquid on the ground.
When Cruz and Santiago are on the stairs going to check on Mrs. Knapp, you can see her front door is clearly wide open, yet when Cruz and Santiago go to enter the apartment, they have to open the door.
A suicide victim is found in closed garage in a running vehicle, implying death by carbon monoxide poisoning. His skin, however, is normal in color, not the bright red characteristic of such poisonings.
At the end of the episode, when Ty waits for a cab and right before the conversation between Ty and Sasha you can see a man walking down the street, between them, who looks like the person who played younger Sully in this episode.
After Christopher Hayden flees his house during Jelly and Yokas' return to arrest him, they initiate pursuit. Yokas radios dispatch with the callsign 55-David. 55-David is out of commission in this episode since Davis took a personal day and Det. Monroe is down at IAB. Furthermore, Yokas is not driving a patrol car, so she would likely not have a callsign to begin with. Possible explanation: the producers may have just left it at 55-David since this is the first and presumed only episode where the detectives ever use a callsign.
Faith is back at work after striking her "deal" with Finney Sr. in the last ep. While this deal may hold up regarding her not being prosecuted in a court of law, police officers have a catch-all discipline known as "conduct unbecoming" and there is absolutely no way Faith would be allowed to return to work after admitting that she murdered someone who was in custody.
When Cruz arrives at Rikers, she is put into a general population holding cell. This would never occur with a police officer who would, instead, be placed in adminstrative segregation. TPTB would have us believe that this arrangement was by Finney Sr.'s order; however, staff at Rikers would never allow it to happen.
Carlos says he's a Virgo, but in a previous episode his birthday was given as May 11th, which would make him a Taurus. Possible explanation: Carlos lied to impress Grace with the fact that he has a "sex-related" sign.
When the episode More Monsters ended with Donald Mann in the pool handcuffed it was Daylight. However when this episode started it was completely dark out.
At the end, when Mr. Mann wants to be transported by chopper, he went onto the rooftop. But the rooftop actually has no heliport or anything similar to it. And it's very unlikely that he wants himself to go up a ladder or be airlifted.
When the shooting started in the fifth season finale, Bosco covered his head as he fell to the ground. In the sixth season premiere, he turned and grabbed Faith before he hit the floor.
This is the last episode Fred appears in as a main character. For season six he is back to a guest star
Grace made two major errors when she performed the tracheotomy. She cut horizontally, instead of vertically, which could have severed arteries, nerves, and caused vocal damage, and she didn't cut the windpipe to insert the breathing tube.
Maritza calls in her location as 108th and West End, but West End Avenue doesn't extend beyond 107th Street.
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