The words "The Transporter Bridge is still in Middlesbrough" were added to the closing credits due to the large number of people who believed that it had really been torn down.
At the end of this special Moxey states 'Why don't we become a band instead of brickies' but Moxey is actually a plasterer.
Near the end of this episode, as Ally gets off Bobby's boat, the rose attached to his jacket falls off. When he gets on to Kenny's yacht, the rose has re-attached itself to Ally's jacket.
Near the end of the episode where Oz turns up in the cart watch little Debbie give dad Neville a punch in his jaw.
When Neville confronts Dennis over his relationship with Ally Fraser, Dennis's eye looks very swollen.
In the ASDA scene where Oz is loading the trolley with beer, watch and listen as the camera angle changes to a close up of Moxey. The sound of cans being loaded into the trolley stops but when the camera moves back to the original position Oz has cleared another rack of cans from the shelf.
This episode features nudity. This shows what was allowed at 9pm in the days when this episode aired.
Dennis, Magawon and Oz don't pay for their drinks in the German bar.
When the lads arrive at Dagmar's house Moxey is nowhere to be seen.
In the scene where Dennis is getting ready to go and meet Dagmar. After Neville has finished talking, Dennis leaves the hut without a suitcase or a bag. When he arrives at the hotel with Dagmar, he has his suitcase on the bed.
In the German police station, the police officer is yelling loudly at Neville in German. Why didn't he just go and find an interpreter, as it is clear that Neville is a British builder who probably speaks very little German. Also, why would you get aggressive with someone who is obviously scared?
When Neville arrives on the train he has trainers on but just as he left the site he had his boots on. And in the space of two minutes watch how many times Neville's footwear altenates between trainers and boots.
When Oz, Dennis and Neville arrive at the site Pat Roach is seen between the huts waiting for his cue.
Look closely in the scene where Neville talks to Barry in the hut while writing his postcard you can just see a little of his 'Neville and Lotte' tattoo although he hasn't had it tattoed on his arm yet.