Goof: Right after Beka says "Oh spare me Rommie, you only know what you are programed to", Lexia Doig (Rommie) visibly fights to keep from laughing.
Goof: In this episode, Rev Bem has only three fingers on each hand, a Magog hand, but when he was first transformed in "What Happens to a Rev Deferred?", he had five.
In this alternate universe, we get a glimpse of Tyr walking away from Dylan, although one can clearly see that it's not actually Keith Hamilton Cobb in person.
This episode marks the first time we see the grappling hook function of the force lance.
Goof: Throughout the episode, the Maru is shown with the cargo pod attached, then again detached, and again attached without any reason why this should be so.
This episode marks the first time the disintegration setting is used on a force lance.
The Engine of Creation is brought up for the first time since season two.
Goof: Near the beginning, when Rhade stylishly slams the captive's head against the prison bar you can see it bend inward upon contact.
Keith Hamilton Cobb is not actually credited for his recurring role as Tyr Anasazi.
In this episode we see another New Commomwealth vessel: The Lancer's Hope, Glorious-Heritage Class.
Its not only the Andromeda that gets a refit in this episode - Beka is shown with a new, shorter hair style.
Goof: The Andromeda gets refit in this episode - however, they keep using the old models stock footage. Same for the old-style Slipstream. Both these old shots disappear for the most part after some episodes.
The photo in Dylan's room was the one of him with Sara, which is shown in "The Banks of Lethe".
The scene where Andromeda attacks the other ships to help Tyr Anasazi escape is taken from the episode "Angel Dark, Demon Bright" when Andromeda is destroying the Nietzschean Fleet.
Goof: Andromeda lists some of the approaching enemy ships as belonging to the Bokor. In the episode "Dance of the Mayflies", the Bokor is actually a microscopic organism that reproduces by invading living beings and kills them in order to utilize their bodies. Therefore, the Bokor have no set ship designs by which to identify them. Unless she scanned the lifeforms on all the approaching ships, there's no way Andromeda could have known the Bokor were involved in the attack.
The opening quote was said by the Clarion's Call, Ryan's ship from "The Knight, Death, and the Devil".
Goof: The Balance of Judgment said he'd spent three years living inside Rommie's mind, but he entered it towards the end of Season One, and it's now towards the end of Season Three, so he'd only been there for two years.
Nitpick: Tyr's son, Tamerlane, was last seen one year before this episode. He's grown way too much in one year unless, of course Nietzschean superiority includes the greatly accelerated growth of their young.
Nitpick: In the episode "Cui Bono", Beka told Dylan that Sid could take the Maru because he knew the access codes to launch the ship. If you need launch codes to fly the Maru, how did the Princess get them? She must be one heck of a skilled hacker!