|Series 3, Episode 1|
|Air date|| 16/01/15 (as Law & Disorder)|
|Written by||Emma Reeves|
|Directed by||Roberto Bangura|
Face The Music
Grand Theft DG
- Beginning with this season, Emma Reeves takes over as head writer.
- The opening titles have been altered to remove Lily, Faith, Rick and Frank. Kazima, Ryan, Toni, Billie and Mischief have been added to the opening titles, despite the fact the latter four do not appear in this episode.
- This is the first time (on screen) an open day has been held at The Dumping Ground since The Story of Tracy Beaker.
- According to the leaflet with the children in, Johnny is not yet 16; still 15.
- This is the third and fourth times windows at the DG have been smashed by footballs.
- From this episode until Two For Joy in Series 4, the characters are now credited with their surnames.
- Tee was angry at May-Li for using the school photo in the booklet, when in fact the photo used was a promotional picture from series two which was clearly not a school photo.
- In the cartoon animation, when the DG kids are in the shop, they all have their series two cartoon designs (except from Tyler).
- It doesn't make sense how Johnny's room would be damaged the most after Mo's attempt to stop the fostering party when the water went through the bathroom floor, as the closest room nearest the bathroom is either Carmen and Kazima's or Harry's.
- And it also doesn't make sense how the bathroom floor went through the ceiling in the front room, as the bathroom is not above the living room, it's about the office or entrance hall.
- "Look, I had to stop it somehow. This fostering day thing. I mean, everyone's being horrible and Carmen's going to live with those nasty people. - Mo Michaels
- "I told you we should have got a proper African orphan, just like Madonna! I mean, look at this bunch of rejects! It's no wonder your mummies and your daddies didn't want you." - Stephanie Branston