Stupidity: After Jack's attempt to send a distress email to his colleague fails because his office computer has been hacked, he secretly attaches the camera pen to Janet to move unmonitored. If he wasn't willing to cooperate, why doesn't he just secretly write a distress message on a piece of paper and show it to a colleague?


Stupidity: There is a scene in which the phone rings back at the house and Andy goes to answer it. None of the henchman respond immediately, but instead WAIT for him to almost answer the phone before becoming making a move. You would think they would yell at him to not answer it or have one of them rush to guard the phone the moment it rings. Obviously the entire scene was done this way for the sole purpose of suspense.


Revealing mistake: In chapter 14, Bill Cox calls Harry, who's asleep in bed. Harry answers his flip phone, but doesn't flip it open. (00:54:50)

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Janet Stone: Born-again Bobby.
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Janet Stone: He'd need bigger blossoms than that.

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