Nitpick: In the "Pilot", when Carter and Zoe pass themselves while driving to Eureka, the vehicle being driven is the future version of the car they are in at that point (the car repaired and modified by Henry). Yet in this episode, Carter is driving Zoe to the airport in his police truck, not the modified car.
Goof: Around the 29:40 mark of the episode, look carefully when Carter is removing the antimatter shell from the back of his SUV, the bullet is obviously beginning to slide off the wheeled cradle as he pulls it along. Next is a quick cut to Carter pulling the shell/cradle from the side.
The prop used for the thermocouple that Fargo designed is actually a 3-inch diameter female hose shank (AKA Part C-Coupler) used on transport trucks and quick connect product lines.
Fargo's bobblehead doll can be seen clearly on the desk in front of Senator Wen. Except, when Fargo handed over control to Alison/Beverly (in "Omega Girls") he removed his mug and bobblehead from the desk.
Nitpick: Jo is the Security Chief for the whole of Global Dynamics, why doesn't she know where Level Q is?
Nitpick: Beverly orders Zoe's floor locked down to restrict her movement, but after she knocks out the henchman she is apparently free to go where she likes.
Nitpick: When Jo is locked up in her own cell, she complains that she needs the bathroom "Really should've put a bathroom in here. Why did I have the venti?". However, when Zoe releases her she seemingly no longer requires such a facility.
Goof: When Jo and Zoe arrive in Eureka and are surrounded by the unconscious population of the town, the camera cuts to a wide shot. You can clearly see traffic moving across the cross street in the far background.
Nitpick: Henry asks some kids if he can borrow their baseball bat. He then proceeds to hit Sheriff Carter's Jeep with it, to show off his new protective coating, smashing the bat. How is that "borrowing" the bat?
This episode allowed the show to include a live action shot of Sheriff Carter looking up at various parts of the town floating away-- an animated image of which is included in the opening titles.
When Kevin shows Jack the playlist on the computer (approx. 26:30), the column for Song Names is all artists and the column for Artists is all song names.
The interceptor missile launch at 12:28 is U.S. Army footage of a Pershing 1A missile launch.
At the end of the episode, when Dr Grant is being shown the rebuilt Bridge Device, the video screen over his left shoulder is displaying the Windows Error Box that asks if the user wants to send an error report to Microsoft.
Goof: At the end of the episode, when Dr. Grant is reading the newspaper, the last page is identical to the page that he is reading in the middle of the newspaper.
The title "Crossing Over" has a double meaning. It refers to the plot of the episode, wherein items from 1947 crossover into 2010 time and space; and it refers to this episode being a crossover between the series Eureka and Warehouse 13.
The smoothie that Jo got just before the bullet appeared in her chest was a "Blueberry banana soy wheat grass whey protein smoothie" (to go).
In the scene where Dr. Grant (James Callis) walks into the GD building for the first time, the security drone has the typical "Cylon" red eye. This is a nod to Callis's role as Gaius Baltar on the Sci-Fi (later Syfy) series Battlestar Galactica.
Goof: Dr. Grant says the device may have been damaged by a stream of antimatter positrons, which Henry then repeats.
Positrons are in fact the antimatter version of electrons.
Continuity: As Jo isn't Deputy anymore, it's odd that Zane asked her to talk to the Sheriff about getting out for good behavior at the end of the episode.
Conspicuous Product Placement: Fargo's Subaru WRX parked almost on top of the drone launching site.
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