Goof: Sam asks if a W2 and I9 were part of the employment record. While the W2 is the form issued at the end of the year for tax filing purposes, Sam meant to is W4 which is the federal tax withholding form.
Goof: Kenosha is on the Wisconsin/Illinois border and is often referred to as a South Milwaukee or Northern Chicago suburb. The population in 2006 was reported as 164,400 (4th largest city in the state of Wisconsin). The area surrounding the Kenosha is mostly farmland, however, it isn't a wooden evergreen forest as depicted in the episode.
The rest of the note written to Rebecca at the coffee shop at the beginning of the episode, that Elena doesn't want to read out lout, reads 'pop your cherry'.
Samantha and her sister Emily don't see each other too much, and Jack likens it to his relationship with his brother, whom he also doesn't see much.
Goof: Although the episodes show a N.Y.P.D. S.W.A.T. bus pulling up, N.Y.P.D. don't actually have a SWAT unit but the E.S.U. - (Emergency Service Unit).
Goof: In the flashback scene at the bridge, there's a crew member visible at the very left edge of the frame, for only a second or so.
Goof: Before she goes missing, Abby looks up at the phone before it actually rings.
Goof: The pattern on the pillows laying on her couch changes between the shots of Abby disappearing and the FBI in the apartment.
When Elena and Martin are looking at the security footage from the university, the computer screen identifies it as Hudson University. Hudson University has been used for many years by all of NBC's "Law & Order" shows as their "generic version" of a relatively prestigious university for stories involving college students, professors or university research.
Goof: When Ted calls him from the payphone outside the university, Zander answers the phone saying 'Hello, Ted'. Since Ted was calling from a payphone, there's no way that Zander could have known for certain that it was Ted calling since caller ID would have referenced the payphone rather than any number assigned to Ted.
Promotional spots for this episode included a missing person's alert for Jack Malone that gave his date of birth as January 14, 1959, his missing date as November 12, 2006, age as 47, height as 6'0", weight as 190 lbs, hair and eyes and brown, and 'last seen' location as New York, New York.
When the team were betting on how Jack would do, Danny, Elena, Vivian and Martin all bet that he would lose everything. No one bet that he would lose half, and Samantha gave him the benefit of the doubt by betting that he would break even.
Jack had his appendix taken out when he was 32. He tells Cynthia it was removed at St. Vincent's, but it isn't clear if that was part of his cover.
Goof: Martin stated that everyone was in their assigned seat at the time of the note-passing, but the seating plan shows Malia's seat to be second from the front in the left row. However, every shot of the classroom shows Malia seated at the front of the room in the left row.
Goof: When Jessica walks in to the bathroom there is an Interpol poster from their album Antics in the wall next to the door. However the scene is set in 2000, but the album wasn't released until 2004.
Goof: When Elena is in the strip club changing room, we see her peel off the tape with "Candy" written on it off the locker and throw it in the trash. Seconds later, there's a flashback of Candy in the changing room, and the tape is back.
Goof: When Vivian is sitting with the husband and receives a text message from Danny -- it rings. However, when she flips open the phone to read the text message, the phone is set on silent and vibrate.
Goof: When Max escapes from Robert Pratt's apartment, he isn't carrying anything. But when Max and Samantha approach his mother's house, he is carrying a book bag.
Goof: It's unlikely the FBI would've been able to determine whether or not the man and the boy were father and son without the father's DNA.
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