When Prince Adam wakes up in bed he is wearing He-Man's bracelets.
When Adam woke up from the commotion in the hallway when Kittrina broke into the Palace to retrieve the Grymalkin in his sleepware, the next shot of him was waking Cringer up in his regular clothes. How did he manage to change in a few seconds?
In the scene where Randor interrogates Kittrina in the Palace, on the close-up shots of Kittrina, the background is the Temple of the Cats, even though she's meant to be in the palace!
Kittrina: I hate waiting. I'm not the patient type.
Teela: I never would have guessed.
Orko: That's the goofiest cat I've ever seen!
Cringer: I don't like it. It's too scary!
Orko: Aw, Cringer, you think everything's scary!
Cringer: Only because everything usually is!
Melaktha: Cringer may be right about the statue. It might very well may have some evil power about it.
Cringer: Evil power?! Oh Adam, why don't we take a vacation for awhile? Some place far away from here.
Orko: Don't worry, Cringer. My magic will protect you.
Cringer: Now I'm really scared!
Kittrina: In today's story I made the mistake of not trusting the people of Eternia just because they were different.
Prince Adam: 'You can't judge a book by it's cover, means you can't tell from the outside what something is like on the inside. And that goes for books as well as people. Not liking a person because he or she is a different race or religion is wrong. People should be judged for themselves, right Kitrina?
Kittrina: Right you are Adam, right you are.
Adam/Kitrina: So long!
Kattrina: I've got an itch to see that handsome fellow again.
Teela: You mean...He-Man!
Kattrina: Oh,no! I mean...Battlecat!
The episode's writer, Larry DiTillio, intended to write a sequel to this episode featuring a return appearance by Kittrina, but never got around to it.