When KITT is in ski mode, going between the two cars, you can see that the driver's side window is down. However, before and after that, the window is up.
When KITT left The Blond to pick up Michael, the Auto Cruise light on the dash was yellow instead of the usual green.
The water-filled tank Devon was placed in clearly had a few inches of air at the top.
RC: You gotta give KITT his moment in the spotlight, too.
Michael: You know, you're right, RC. KITT, since Templeton is history, we've got an unemployed tiger on our hands. . .
KITT: On second thought, Michael, I think the only magic I'll perform is a disappearing act.
(KITT quickly drives off stage)
The Blond: Did you say you were not married?
KITT: That's right.
The Blond: Oh, why not?
KITT: You might say I haven't yet met my match.
The Blond: Oh, well, what kind of match are you looking for?
KITT: Oh, something very stylish, preferably in red, loaded with sophisticated software, total artificial intelligence, fully padded seats, removable top, with an adaptive megabyte system that can interface for hours.
The Blond: You animal! What kind of girl do you think I am?
(she kicks against KITT's tire and leaves)
KITT: What did I say?
(After Michael and RC3 rescue Devon from the water-filled tank)
Devon: Aw, bloody! I've ruined my best suit!
(Michael and RC3 break into laughter)
Devon: It's a good suit.
Devon: It's one thing to order an execution, quite another to witness it, isn't it, Ian?
Templeton: While I assure you I've been working on it, Mr. Knight, to date being in two places at one time is a state that has eluded me.
The German episode title is "Zauberspiele", meaning "Magic Game". The French episode title is "Attention, magie", meaning "Look, Magic".
This is the second of Mary Beth Evan's two, unrelated appearances on Knight Rider. She can also be seen in season two's "White-Line Warriors."
Music: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BMV 565 by Johann Sebastian Bach