Goof: While the eight-year-old Serene has brown eyes, the sixteen-year-old Serene has blue eyes.
Jack has a Motorola V550 with Vodafone.
Martin never notifies Jack about his aunt's disappearance.
Goof: While the killer is filming, the no battery/no cassette light is clearly evident.
Goof: When Jack is talking to his father in his room, his father rests his head on Jack's hand. In one shot its with his left hand, another is his right hand (its in a cast), and finally the next shot its his left hand again.
Goof: The Amtrak passenger train that supposedly took the missing girlfriend south wouldn't have left from Grand Central Terminal but from Penn Station. Amtrak had stopped servicing Grand Central and only Metro-North commuter trains arrive and depart from Grand Central.
Goof: In Season 1 episode "Clare de Lune," Danny talks about the death of his parents when he was younger, but there was no mention of his brother. This and future episodes seem to ignore events that occurred in that episode.
The bank that Grant and Whiting rob is in Tyrone, Pennsylvania, a small town in Blair County with an approximate population of 6,000.
Goof: When Taylor and Malone are first entering Iraq and flying, a door gunner with an M-60 Machine Gun is visible. The US Army took the M-60 out of service because of it's poor reliability after the US came back from Somalia in the 1990s.
Goof: Martin tells Jack that he called the Shelton police department and was told that a state trooper had found Alan Hodges' car by the side of the road and called a tow truck, but it was gone before the time it got there. When the story is relayed later by Tina Hodges, her version does not leave enough time for the state trooper to have found the car and called it in, yet both stories are portrayed as being truthful.
Goof: When the doctor is writing out a prescription, she is using her left hand, but in the flashback where she writes a letter as a teenager, she is using her right hand. Some people do use both hands, but as this is unusual, it was most likely a lack of continuity.
Goof: At the end of the episode Teo's cut on his face is gone, although in the interrogation scene just before he still had it.
Goof: Mandel stated that the child got into a car but the flashbacks showed it was a black sports utility vehicle. For unknown possible ways, Martin and Vivian knew that the vehicle was an SUV.
During this episode numerous references are made to the first episode to feature Graham Spaulding, Suspect. Both episodes feature the song One of these Mornings by Moby.
Also, When Jack and Officer Campbell arrive at Spaulding's apartment, there is a teacup and saucer on the table. In Suspect, Martin and Vivian have Spaulding under surveillance he is using the same teacup.
Jack spent part of his youth in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was a fan of the Pirates and his favorite player was the great Roberto Clemente.
Goof: In the flashback where the boys are playing basketball, Spaulding stops the rolling ball with his foot, then proceeds to talk to the boy. When the boy is called in for dinner, Spaulding tosses the ball to him but he never bents over to pick up the ball, nor does he bounce it up with his foot.
Goof: When Spaulding is on the phone with Malone, he takes the duct tape off Doris' mouth so she can plead for help. He then grabs the phone from her to speak with Malone again. In the next shot we see of her, she has the duct tape back on her mouth. However, there was no opportunity for Spaulding to replace it.
Goof: Vivian having gloves on changes throughout the scene in Natasha's room. First, she had gloves on when she opened a drawer, but she had no gloves when picking up something. Then she didn't have gloves on when finding the pills.
This is presumably based on the 1976 kidnapping in Chowchilla, California in which a bus full of children and their bus driver were kidnapped. They were taken to a quarry in Livermore and left in a van which had been buried underground.
After 16 hours they were able to escape and three men were arrested. The story was later filmed as the TV movie They've Taken Our Children: The Chowchilla Kidnapping, called Vanished Without a Trace in the UK.
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