3x01 The Jailhouse Job
First Aired: Jun. 20, 2010 on TNT
Summary: In order to save the life of an innocent inmate, Nate must bring down the corrupt warden of the Super-Max prison where he's currently incarcerated and escape… whether he wants to or not.
Main Characters in this Episode
|Mystery Woman ||played by Elisabetta Canalis|
|Billy Epping ||played by Edwin Hodge|
|Adam Worth IV ||played by Dennis Bateman|
|Detective Captain Bonanno ||played by Robert Blanche|
|Interpreter ||played by Ciro Fusco|
|Bellows (head guard) ||played by Drew Barrios|
|Guard #1 ||played by Jhon Goodwin|
|Teller ||played by Traci Colwell|
Adam Worth IV: One in eight office chairs? Made by prisoners. And those jobs aren't going to the Chinese.
- Goof (revealing mistake): The number that Sophie reads from the check (which is the same for both the routing number and account number) is only seven digits long which is too short to be either a routing number or an account number in the United States. A routing number is nine digits and an account number is at least eight digits.
- Goof (factual errors): Characters repeatedly speak of a far harsher prison in Salem. The only correctional facility in Salem, Massachusetts was the Essex County Jail at the corner of Bridge and St. Peter Streets, which was closed in the late 1980s and is currently the Great Escape restaurant.
- Goof (factual errors): There is two factual mistakes in the episode concerning temperature. When the crew is planning the escape route for Nate, Parker suggests going through the furnace room. Nate then disagrees with her, claiming the temperatures too hot in 150 degrees. Parker states: "The average human can withstand that for 27 seconds" which is clearly untrue. For example, the regular sauna temperature in Finland is 80°C which is 176 degrees in Fahrenheit. Also, Nates jacket made of garbage bag freeze quickly during the escape, even though the sensor displays the temperature is 33°F, which is not even the freezing point.
- Billy Epping is played by Edwin Hodge who is Aldis Hodge's (Hardison's) brother.