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Trivia: The license plate on the green SUV Tyler, Jay and Will were in reads JG4 24F.
Trivia: The mysterious Homeland Security Agent is named: Jack.
Trivia: The brand emblems of nearly all cars in this episode have been removed. The most obvious are the red VW Touareg, the white vans and the BMW 528 that explodes.
Trivia: The tune Ellington whistles in the hangar is "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", a spiritual tune originally composed by Wallis Willis in 1862. To some, the tune is thought to give reference to parts of the Underground Railroad, a secret organization used to help escaped slaves make the journey to the Northern states and later Canada.
Goof: When Agent Marlow and Agent Borjes corner Tyler on the roof, Marlow can be seen holstering her gun twice: once right before she leaps over the pipes on the roof and once right before she cuffs Tyler.
Goof: When Agent Marlow is pursuing Tyler over the roofs, Tyler is seen jumping down a wall. When Agent Marlow jumps down the same wall, it can clearly be seen that she is not jumping from the top of the wall, rather from a small step at the botttom of the wall.
Goof: When Jay tells Kim that the U.S. will ship him straight to Guantanamo Bay Prison, he is completely incorrect. Guantanamo Bay is constitutionally off-limits to U.S. citizen detainees, even those suspected of being terrorists or sympathizers.
Goof: Will's camera is not set to record, as shown on the camera's screen.