Plot hole: Cleaning out the Bureau: At the garment factory, Michael arrives, agent Dave Norton arrives and later in the scene, agent Steve Haines arrives at the building, walks up the stairwell and says hello to the others. Apparently, the plot has completely forgotten that Steve had shot himself in the leg in the mission "Monkey Business" a few missions prior, to make himself appear as a double agent - he is walking around completely fine in this mission as if nothing happened.
Other mistake: Franklin and Lamar: Franklin and Lamar begin by entering two cars: a red car and a white car. If Franklin gets in the red car, then Lamar will get in the white car. As Lamar enters the white car, he is never shown pulling a handle. He is just miming the actions of pulling a handle and the car door just opens.
Bug: If you switch from playing Michael to Trevor, there is one occasion in the game where Trevor has a man tied to a support beam underneath a pier. If Trevor chooses to use his Jerry can and spills gasoline all around the man and sets it on fire, the tied up man catches fire, however, a glitch occurs in the process. The man catches fire, screams, then somehow pops straight out of the ropes keeping him tied up and starts running around. The rope has also not changed shaped and still remains stretched out at the front. The man then suddenly pops back into the ropes and stays tied up before he dies.
Trivia: Fresh Meat: When Trevor arrives at Franklin's house, he leaps over the fence, but ends up tripping on the fence and Franklin starts laughing. The moment where Trevor trips was never scripted. What happened was, when the scene was being filmed, the motion capture performer for Trevor, Steven Ogg was supposed to leap over the fence, but ended up tripping on the fence and the motion capture performer for Franklin, Shawn Fonteno broke out laughing. Trevor's rant at Franklin after this was then made up by Steven Ogg himself.
Trivia: The motion capture performer for Franklin is Shawn Fonteno. Shawn Fonteno is the cousin of Young Maylay, who voiced the character CJ from the earlier Grand Theft Auto game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Trivia: Right at the very end of the end credits, a patient document will appear from the office of Dr. Isiah Friedlander, Michael's therapist. The document gives an overall summary about what kind of player you have been throughout the game.
Wade Hebert: Are we nearly there yet?
Trevor Phillips: No, Wade.
Wade Hebert: Are we nearly nearly there?
Trevor Phillips: You keep this up, you're not going to get there at all.
Wade Hebert: Can you tell me a story?
Trevor Phillips: No, Wade.
Wade Hebert: Let's play a game then. You know Animal, Mineral or Vegetable? I'll go first. I'm nanotechnology.
Trevor Phillips: [confused.] Uh, you're what?
Wade Hebert: Ooh. Dammit. I gave it away. I wasn't supposed to say what I am. I'll start again. Animal, vegetable or mineral.
Trevor Phillips: Hey, hey, hey. How about this? I'll tell you a story if you promise never to speak again.
Wade Hebert: I like stories.
Franklin Clinton: This water is as cold as a motherfucker.
Security Guard: I saw your face, I'll remember you.
Michael Townley: You forget a thousand things every day. How about you make sure this is one of them?
Question: What is the name given to those cart things that can be driven around San Andreas? For a detailed description, the carts being referred to kind of look like a golf cart, but without the roof on it and they are only shown in San Andreas, and not shown in Los Santos.
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Chosen answer: It is called a Civillian Caddy. Also the location being referred to is not San Andreas, but in fact Sandy Shores.