When Strickland and the General see Beef for the first time, after he he got knocked out by Billy's candy-bar, Billy takes his handgloves off twice and lays them down.
In the final scene, on the top of the mountain, Gloria's socks often change their position: they're pulled up to her knees and in the next scene they are pushed down, but then pulled up again.
When B-Man blasts the door open in the military area (at Humanidyne's), Billy's jacket-zipper changes position more than once.
Johnny fires a second electrical bolt at Billy in front of him but when Billy gets to his feet the blast crater is behind him.
Jane: Where is your mind?
Billy: Under this ice-pack screaming in pain! Haven't you taught that girl any manner?
Johnny B: She can talk, teriffic! Now I' m gonna talk back to you and if we can keep this going we'll gonna have a little conversation.
Johnny B: I think this answered the question, but I wouldn't put money on it!
El: I'd follow (Billy) to the ends of the Earth.
Johnny: Or at least until the end of the day.
(Jane sees El shrink for the first time)
Billy: I told you about that, right? (pause) Yeah, I told you that.
Billy: Johnny - you got any juice?
Johnny: Is Springsteen "The Boss"?
Donna: Dr. Hayes! H.I.T. ...hit the fan.
Miss Nance: The invisible man called again. He said he's been in to see you six times but you treat him like he isn't even there.
Music: She Blinded Me With Science (Thomas Dolby)
During the end credits, there are magazine covers showing the recognition for the Misfits Of Science. On the Rolling Stone cover where Johnny B. is playing guitar with a lightning bolt, creator James Parriott's name is on it. The cover says "James Parriott On Rock n' Roll TV."
Working title, used in repeats - "Deep Freeze."
The frozen water barrier looks suspiciously like the alien tunnel used in the Six Million Dollar Man "Bigfoot" episodes.
Mickey Jones has only one word of dialogue the entire show, said repeatedly - "Amelia"
Reaired in two parts.
Originally aired and later released on video as a single 90 minute feature movie.