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The S.W.A.T. Deputy who takes over the pay phone from Captain Berman (Taylor Lacher) was played by Jim Seulke, who served as a technical advisor on several of the 240-Robert episodes. You can also catch a quick glimpse of him playing Deputy Seulke in the episode "Acting Sergeant."
Steven Ford (Who coincidentally is ex-president Gerald Ford's son) portrayed Deputy Burgess.
When Trap is boarding the poacher's fishing boat in SCUBA gear, you can catch a glimpse of the boom microphone extending into the shot!
"It really beats that '52 Ford," said Trap to Morgan during the helicopter ride to the Sergeant's Exam (Traps old car is spoken of but not shown). This is odd, because Trap is seen driving a red Corvette in "The Apology" episode. What '52 Ford could Trap be referring to? Perhaps the car that Morgan and Trap went out on a date with years ago?
Lt. Coleman, although never seen, was based on the real life lieutenant of the E.S.D. (Emergency Services Detail) at the time (Lt. Jim Coleman). He is actually a world-renowned expert on special weapons and tactic and served as the founder for the N.T.O.A. (National Tactical Officer's Association).
Mac Wilkins (Deputy "Big Bird") was an Olympic star in the shot put event in real-life!