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In Navajo, the word Ts-eh-Go means 'the Scorpion.'
How did Randy know so much about what was going on with the scorpions and the different waves? Does he have Psychic abilities that no one knows about?
This mistake accures whilst H.E.A.T. is being chased by the silver monsters: At one point instead of being chased by multiple beings, they are chased by the Siamese Monster (The multiple silver creatures fused together after Godzilla fries them, which happens later in the episode).
Area 51 is THE most heavily guarded facility in the United States, if you went in and tried to get some information you could be shot and killed without question. The base's security measures include trip wires, infrared radar, guard towers, tanks, aircraft, ground troops, drone gun turrets, not to mention the whole area is a No Fly Zone; any non-US military aircraft is shot down without any warning. If you ask me, both H.E.A.T. and the conspiracy theorists entry to the base shouldn't have been that easy. Plus, any surviving intruders that caught at Area 51 are immediately arrested, interrogating, most of which disappear without a trace.
At one point, Nick refers to H.E.A.T. as Humanitarian Ecological Analysis Team, despite the fact it really stands for Humanitarian Environmental Analysis Team.
Craven considers the alien conspiracy theorists to be crack-pots, despite meeting aliens himself along with the rest of H.E.A.T.
In this episode the Bacillus creature is portrayed as green and round-shaped. In real life, Bacillus is a bacteria that is rod-shaped.
Cyber-Zilla: The resurrected cyborg Godzilla hybridizes elements from two kaiju from the movies: Mecha King Ghidorah, being a resurrected enemy outfitted with advance cybernetics, and the second incarnation of Mecha Godzilla, which was created using the bones of the original Godzilla.
Audrey is still a reporter, despite quiting at the end of the movie. Also, Hicks was a U.S. Colonel in the film, but is a Major here.