Dodgers' eye piece switches sides a few times.
In "Of Course You Know, This Means War and Peace," we learned that Earth had installed shields to keep out all enemy ships that didn't have the required codes. However, in this episode, the Centurions were able to easily arrive on Earth in a Martian ship to kidnap Dodgers and the others.
Centurion: We have pie!
DD: What kind?
Centurion: Er ... all your favorites!
DD: Impossible! You'd need an oil tanker just to carry them!
Movie Robot: I have come back two times to annihilationate you. And also, golf. (Arm falls off)
Cadet: How come every time you cyborganics do something dangerous, it's in slow-motion?
DD: Hey, I warned him (Steve). He was too in love to listen to his best friend.
Cadet: Then do it for your other best friend.
Cadet: No. M-m-me.
DD: Fine. But don't tell pizza about this.
Henry Winkler is billed as "Special Guest Star."
This episode is "Chapter: 01.05".
Episode premiere on Boomerang.
n/a: The Six Million Dollar Man
This episode is a parody of the 1974-78 series, The Six Million Dollar Man, which starred Lee Majors as Steve Austin and in one episode battled Bigfoot, who was portayed by Andre the Giant. Lindsay Wagner played the recurring role of Jamie Summers, eventually starring in the spin-off series, The Bionic Woman, which aired from 1976-78.