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The series ended with a cliffhanger, which implied that, somehow, Gorm survived his destruction at the hands of Nick, and had his father captive. With this in mind, it is possible that more new episodes were planned; to this day, none have surfaced.
The show had an extensive product tie-in with Lego (which helped fund the series. Despite high ratings and fan enthusiasm from the United States and outside (the show is broadcast in Europe on the SciFi Channel), disputes over funding and copyright ownership prevented a planned third season from being produced.
Gorm was shown behind Nick just before the end of the show.
Allegra glinches and it appears as a red flash rather than blue.
This was the last episode aired on Fox Kids. In the next episode, the show moves to ABC Family.
Matthew Ewald cracked a rib performing a wire stunt in this episode, but did not tell anyone because he wanted to continue doing stunt work.
Nicholas's last name, Bluetooth, is not named after the computer part. Bluetooth is Danish royalty. The technology was just taking off when the show premiered.
Nicholas was originally named Christian, and is referred to such in Tom Lynch's original story. The name was changed at the last minute, and is rumoured to have been accidentally included in a few pages of the pilot script.
In the same vein, Nicholas and Allegra have hoodies in the first episode, bring them with them into the Outer Dimension, but never wear them again. Even when they are in the frozen realm of Elka Siktar.
Allegra Zane leaves her backpack and camera behind in the sewer. Additionally, the hooded sweatshirts the characters wear never reappear in later episodes.