Why does the city of Limbo maintain a very small teleport pad on the surface in the first place, particularly when they have the ability to walk through rock?
Supposedly alien planet: dynamite, a company called "Crescent Explosives".
When they are supposedly "frozen", neither Fitzhugh or Taru are very motionless...
Within walking distance: an archaeology site, including a pretty sturdy shed with telephone lines. Also, the archaeologists claim they're in a "heavily populated" area.
The Piper claims he has been to many "solar systems". Only Earth's system is technically called the "solar system" (i.e., the system with the star Sol at its center).
Barry says they came to the Land of the Giants through a "time warp", something that has never been previously established or stated.
When the group returns after escaping the Senator's home, Betty is absent for a substantial period of time during the discussion with the Piper. Where is she?
Supposedly alien planet: The name "Timmy"
Within walking distance: the Senator's home
Supposedly alien planet: the Giants have human Earth-type names.
So what the heck is going on with the radiation? If it's actually physically turning people invisible, why does it work inconsistently? It makes the Spindrift and the campsite turn invisible, but not the surrounding rocks and brush. It also works on Berger, who doesn't seem to have been exposed. How does it make the Earthlings "see" other things as invisible (i.e., the cars and people)? And how does it make just some inanimate objects disappear (i.e., cars)?
Alternately, if the radiation effects are simply hallucinations, why is the invisibility so inconsistent? Berger wasn't exposed to radiation, so why is he hallucinating little people turning invisible? How does everyone have the same hallucinations (i.e., Dan, Steve, and Mark all see the cars and people vanish at the same moment)? And why do they have coordinated hallucinations (i.e., Mark hallucinating Steve vanishing, and Steve hallucinating that he's disappeared into some limbo at the same time?). Why does Berger hallucinate the disappearance of Spindrift, but not other surrounding inanimate objects?
Why doesn't Kobick put Valerie in the force field cage he had in last season's "The Chase"? That one blew up but was it really the only one?
Andre isn't much of a conspirator: he leaves meetings with the Earthlings in his appointment book and detailed Earth schematics laying around his office.
Why can't the Earthlings contact Andre again? Granted, he's lousy at keeping secrets, but it seems silly to dismiss such a valuable ally out of hand, particularly given Kobick's final attitude toward Berger.
Once again, Betty's absence is pretty noticeable. Note that Fitzhugh is referred to as "the last one" and being "alone".
When Kobick is in his office with Valerie, you can tell that his glasses consist of totally flat lenses, which would be useless for improving eyesight.
Trivia: The Earthlings actually seem to make some substantial efforts to repair the ship. They gain the steel shafts, the tools, and some copper wire, thanks to O'Reilly.
Steve mentions Krenko's badge, but Krenko doesn't wear it any other time.
Supposedly alien planet: O'Reilly's Irish name and stereotypical accent and actions, leprechauns, human/Earth names and street addresses, the concept of "yellow pages", and use of colloquial English ("4 bits" for .50 cents)
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