The 'WARNING' message seen on the screen prior to the pre-recorded news broadcast about the 'demise' of the Eden Advance project reads:
"GNN TRANSMISSION DIGITAL STORAGE. PROTECTED FILE 090005152192"
"In accordance with the treaty on principles governing the activities of exploration and exploration of outer space, the moon, and other celestial bodies and the miltilateral telecommunications satellite organization attempts to decode without authorization is a criminal act punishable by confinement, credit loss, or both."
"VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED TO THE FULL EXTENT OF THE LAW"
Followed by what appears to read: "Offical use only: encryption code *****"
In this episode we learn that the little creature True has been keeping, is called a Koba.
In the opening credits, Jessica Steen was incorrectly credited as Julia Stern, M.D. when her character is Julia Heller, M.D.
At the beginning of the episode, it's been two weeks since they crashed on the planet.
Goof: When Eden Advance find the first grave, Devon says they will send search groups out to the East, North and South. But the group is travelling West, meaning that they've just come from the East. Why are they searching land they've already covered?
Timeline note: Devon says that the crash was three weeks ago.
When Morgan is washing his hands in the disinfectant bath, and talking to Yale, the camera pans up slightly to show Earth's moon in the sky, and again when Yale is called into the tent shortly after.
Timeline note: Julia says they've been on the planet for 38 days. Later, Yale says 5 weeks.
There are 3100 more miles to New Pacificia at the end of this episode.
Dr. Heller's mother had done great things as a member of the governing council of the space stations.
It has been 49 days since they crashed on the planet.
This episode begins with day 51 on the planet.
It's two degrees Celsius at the start of the episode.
In the last scene with about 4 seconds before the credits start, Ulysses and True jump off the sled while having fun and in the top right corner you can see a production worker standing. He steps out of the scene quite quickly.
The end credits list Eben Synge's name spelled as "Synge", but it was spelled "Sinh" on her tombstone.
Season finale (and ultimately the series finale) and ends on a cliffhanger. For some reason, after this episode, the network aired two more episodes that appear out of sequence (Natural Born Grendlers and Flower Child). The cliffhanger was never resolved. On the DVD set, this episode appears as the third to last and maintains the order in which the episodes were aired rather than their proper order.
Timeline note: Devon says it's been four weeks since the crash.
This was actually the 5th episode (counting the pilot as 1 episode and presuming the Gaal episodes aired in sequence) although it was shown in May 1995, well out of order. On the DVD set, it is also shown as the next to last episode although it clearly took place as about the 5th episode.
Although this was the last episode to air, it should have aired before the season (ultimately series) finale, All About Eve. On the DVD, it also appears as the final episode and All About Eve is the third to last episode on the DVD. Natural Born Grendlers (which aired before this episode but after All About Eve) was also shown out of sequence for some reason.