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When Firefly enter the supply room, he is holding his mask. But the next scene showing the back of his head, he has his mask on.
The traitor/spy has finally been revealed: Firefly.
Stone's eye patch actually conceals a special eyepiece that can scan and duplicate the clothing of anyone.
Goof: Why would an undercover saboteur spying in a G.I. Joe facility carry a disk with a big, bright Cobra sigil on it for anyone to see?
Lt. Stone marks the first time a character's name unique to G.I. Joe Extreme has appeared on Sigma 6.
Though it is unclear if it is Firefly, it's obvious one of the Sigma Six team is a traitor.
For the first time in the 20 plus years of animated adventures of G.I. Joe, Cobra Commander is extensively shown engaged in combat with members of G.I. Joe. In the past, he usually just avoids combat by running away or has a clever escape mechanism at hand. Most surprisingly, he actually wins the fight, overpowering 3 members of Sigma 6!
This is the first episode where Hi-Tech gets field duty.
Scarlett is 2nd in command in the Sigma Six team.
This is the first episode that Duke has to pull rank on an officer.
Goof: When Tunnel Rat and Heavy Duty first check in with Hi-Tech, the clock that is half visible on the right of Hi-Tech is counting down from 2:35 to 2:30. Then, the scene switches back to the Cape. When it switches back to Hi-Tech, who says he is running out of time, the close up on the clock starts at 2:40 instead.
There is a bit on a non-sequitir in the script when Snake Eyes first shows up to save Jinx and Kamakura. Kamakura says to Snake Eyes, "Cobra stole the Power Stone!" and then strangely holds up the supposedly stolen Power Stone for him to see. Kamakura had earlier secured the depleted stone remains from being destroyed by Virus while Jinx distracted the robot. What Kamakura most likely meant by this statement was that Cobra HAD stolen the stone, in that the Dreadnoks had snatched it and tried to get away it. But, they did not succeed in escaping with it.
Due to damage sustained from Storm Shadow, Snake Eyes suffers a broken visor. His eyes and hair color are clearly visible. His hair is blonde and his eyes appear to be bluish-grey.
Goof: Jinx says, "You won't get away with this, Snake Eyes!" to Storm Shadow.
This is the first time that Scarlett has worn a dress since her high school prom.
Duke's Hawaiian shirt outfit makes him look a lot like another G.I. Joe member, Chuckles, introduced in 1986.
Goof: If Scott had access to G.I. Joe's system via his father's security level, how did he get into one of Cobra's databases? Overkill detects Scott intruding and accessing the information on the nanoplasm himself. Unless Overkill had a direct link to the G.I. Joe system, how could Scott have gotten there based on what was shown on screen? Even if the Cobra virus from the previous episode had established a phone home link to steal information from the Joe system, Hi-Tech surely would have shut down any remote access to the system after an infection to prevent said further security breaches.
When Cobra Commander was captured at the end of the Valor Vs. Venom movie, he was dressed in his classic helmet with metal face plate. In this episode, he's shown in prison wearing his alternate hood, instead, along with an entire change in costume that still has Cobra's sigil on them. Surely, that's not prison issue!