Goof: Troy and Dillon disguise themselves in white tuxedos and are thrust on stage during a musical where they pick up an actress and turn invisible. When they are visible, she is sitting on their shoulders with her legs sticking out in front of her. After they turn invisible, her legs point straight down as if she is being hoisted by wires. Apparently, no one reminded the actress she should hold her legs out as if she was sitting on something.
Highlights from "The Night The Cylons Landed (1)" are shown after opening credits and before start of this episode.
Highlights from episode are shown prior to opening credits.
When they have a shot (from underneath) of the Galactica moving through space, it is going backwards.
The Centurion wanders into the kitchen and someone turns on the microwave, causing the Centurion to malfunction and collapse. Quite an amusing scene, but are we supposed to believe that in 1,000 years of war, the supposedly technologically advanced colonials never figured out the deliterious effects of microwaves on Cylon circuitry, or that the Cylons never devised a counter to it?
Andromus: (to Wolfman Jack) Some day, you Earth people will come to understand just how unimportant you are to running a truly efficient society.
Andromus: What have you done? The machine... turn off that machine!
(red waves of energy shoot from Andromus' hands and strike the microwave... causing it to explode)
Norman: (seeing the resuting fire) Arnie, what did you put in your meatballs? Gunpowder?
Nitpick: When the police are chasing Troy and Dillon, still in the stolen police car, through the streets of New York, Troy and Dillon get frustrated that they can't lose the police cars following them. Perhaps they should have tried turning off their police lights and sirens. Obviously they knew how to do it since they did it in the previous episode, and since it was night it would have made it easier for their police car to blend into traffic.
Roger Davis and Lara Parker both starred in the 1966-1971 hit Dark Shadows.