Mozzie is admitted to hospital under the name Ivan Bliminse which is an anagram of Invisible Man.
Mozzie is referred to as Rain Man several times throughout this episode. The real Rain Man was Lawrence Kim Peek (1951-2009), a savant with an eidetic memory, but developmental and motor disabilities. Peek was born without a corpus collosum, which connects the left and right hemispheres of the brain.
When Mozzie is playing the synthesiser to try to work out the code he gets frustrated and thumps the keys and you can hear a chord play. This would be impossible as he is using a Minimoog which is monophonic and incapable of playing chords.
When Mozzie discovers June's pug Bugsy with Neal's anklet around its neck, he calls the dog Benjamin Siegelbaum. Benjamin Siegelbaum (February 28, 1906 – June 20, 1947), called Bugsy Siegel, was an American mobster who was born in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Although the "Tuesday" temple is referred to as Buddhist, it is stylized as a Shinto temple.
Mozzie didn't have a family growing up, because he was a foster child and was never adopted.
Neal's winning hand is a King and a 10. A nickname for this hand is 'Katie.'
Goof: Mozzie sends Neal a text, "20th floor" and gets on at the 20th floor. Later, when Diana is summarizing the events in the elevator, she says "this little guy gets on at 19th" floor.
Mozzie has perfect recall.
At the end, the word play "auto coyote rue" translates to "you are cute too". Mozzie uses a contraction instead, saying "you're cute too".
The description of Neal on the criminology syllabus reads,
A new breed of forger, technological virtuoso with a classical artistic foundation. Suspected of art forgery, theft of the Antioch manuscripts, and convicted of bond forgery. Caffrey was suspected of hundred of thefts before Agent Burke of the FBI apprehended him. His highly sophisticated schemes made it difficult for the FBI to follow his trail, along with his mastery of the arts made many of his crimes go unnoticed for many years, long after the trail was cold.
He had a few accomplices, none on record, most of the time choosing to work alone, keeping the number of people that could turn on him to near zero. It is estimated that he forged over 10.3 billion dollars of priceless antiquities. Never the wiser, the FBI pursued him for six years and finally caught him.
When Peter shows Neal the syllabus from the criminology class, you can see that Neal's name is misspelled as "Caffery".
Neal reveals that he never graduated from high school.
During Peter and Neal's discussion about the plane, Peter sets down his beer on the table. The camera angle changes and he's holding it again, split second later it changes again and it's on the table.
Even though Grace says to Neal that the code to the vault changes daily, she uses the same code to open the vault for Peter.
In this episode, Peter wears a t-shirt from Le Moyne College which is Tim DeKay's alma mater.
Pierce Spelman's driver's license says British Colombia on top, where the official language is English. Yet, the license is entirely in French and is actually modelled on a Quebec license.
Jones has a law degree.
GOOF: The page in the file Neal requests on the names found in Melissa Calloway's bag reads (repeatedly) "Doctoral Global Initiave," leaving 'Initiative' spelled incorrectly for every entry shown.
When Herrera leaves the coffee shop tip, Neal counts the bills and coins and says, "$4.76." The penny is not missing, but under the dime next to the first quarter.
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