Highlights from episode air prior to opening credits. Highlights from "The Super Scouts (1)" air after opening credits and prior to beginning of this episode.
Dillon: We have to pack up. There are people on the way here that are looking for you.
Super Scout: The Cylons?
Dillon: No! These people are called the police.
Just as the closing credits start to roll, the following message appears on the screen: The United States Air Force stopped investigating UFO's in 1969. After 22 years, they found no evidence of extra-terrestrial visits and no threat to national security. This message would appear at the end of every episode from this one until "Space Croppers".
The episode ends with Troy and Dillon being called away on a mission, leaving the children with Jamie. This actually leads directly into the next episode, which begins with Troy and Dillon reporting for their assignment.
The ending, with its flying saucer, is eerily similar to the finale of Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Adama calls Troy by his boyhood name, Boxey.