After Elizabeth has dumped the businessman who was blocking the phone booth, camera 2 from inside the phone booth shows him leaving, but on camera 1 the businessman doesn't move.
Neil hands out cards to the forgers with the website address 42685th.com written on them. This is in reference to the place where he'd like for all of them to meet him: 4268 5th Ave. At the time of this episode's original airing, that website address redirected to the Fellowship of Fools website (www.fellowshipoffools.com), which at that time featured a huge White Collar background advertisement and front page media about other USA and SyFy shows (both channels are owned by the same parent company).
Mozzie is admitted to hospital under the name Ivan Bliminse which is an anagram of Invisible Man.
Here we learn that Neal created the alias Nicholas Halden to run a long con on Vincent Adler, but in the episode "All in" Peter says that Neal created that alias to launder cash through a Canary island scam in 2004.
The password for Adler's account in the Caymans is ANCIENTLYRE which is an anagram of "nice try Neal."
The featured Lenox Lounge does actually exist. It is a historic jazz club located in Harlem, New York City.
When Neal opens the coffee table and looks at the printing plate, the image is not a mirror image, but the image of a normal $100 bill.
According to the tracking data for Neal's anklet on Diana's computer, Neal was born on October 11, 1977, which is indeed Matt Bomer's day of birth.
Although Mozzie texts Neal the code as "48372", the code Felix enters is actually "48173."
According to Mozzie's story, he was orphaned as a baby in 1969.
The name on Neal's passport from the Russian is Victor Moreau. Kate's last name was Moreau as well. When Neal asks Mozzie if he planned it, Mozzie says no and calls it destiny.
DRAUPNIR , the password for the website Neal and Mozzie use to keep watch on the treasure, refers to a gold ring possesed by god Odin, which had the ability to multiply itself: Every ninth night it would produce eight rings, all identical to the original.
Mozzie's suggestion that "Sally" be short for "Salieri" is a reference to the fact that his own name is short for "Mozart." Antonio Salieri and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart were 18th-century composers, colleagues, and occasionally rivals. Their feud was most famously fictionalized in the 1979 play and 1984 film Amadeus.
When Neal took Chloe's phone to give a call to her dad, her phonebook has Danielle (Diana's alias) listed as a contact although Chloe haven't actually met her.
The character of Ben is played by Joe Manganiello, who appeared as male stripper "Big Dick Ritchie," alongside Matt Bomer's "Ken," in the film "Magic Mike."
While Peter is informing Neal that his in-laws are visiting, the acronym "USMS SDNY" is written on a kiosk. It stands for "United States Marshal Service- South District New York, the same agency and district that is giving Caffrey's tribunal.
Goof: All the locals in Cape Verde speak Spanish, but Cape Verde was discovered by Portuguese navigators and was part of Portugal for hundreds of years, so the official language is Portuguese.
Mozzie's chosen alias in this episode is "Barry Soetoro," which is a play on Barack Obama. When Obama was a preteen and teen, he preferred the nickname of Barry (instead of his given name of Barack, which exposed him to bullying), and his stepfather, his mother's second husband, was named Lolo Soetoro. Hence, Barry Soetoro is a proxy name for Barack Obama, and a wink of an alias for Mozzie.
Burke asks Neal if he is an Aries and Neal confirms by stating that he was born March 21. However, in season 2 episode 16 when Diana pulls up the tracking data for Neal's anklet, it states that his birthday is October 11.
Books on the bookshelf in Neal's room include: Danielle Steel's Jewels; Russian poetry (in Russian); and David Balducci's Last Man Standing
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