This episode destroys some vital Passions history. Originally, Julian was in his late twenties and Sheridan twelve-years-old when Katherine disappeared. But by stating Julian was a teen and Sheridan six when Katherine disappeared less than twenty years ago, it is impossible for Julian and Ivy to have been married with four children (including ten-year-old Ethan) when Katherine disappeared. Not only that, but Martin and Pilar only moved to the Crane estate after Julian and Ivy wed. With Julian now an unwed teen when his mother left, there was no reason for Pilar to be there, since she worked in a different city in a different state for the Winthrop family.
The assassin that Alistair hired to kill Martin and Katherine got into a fight with Martin, and ended up shooting accidentally. We thought that Martin was dead, but he had really just passed out from hitting his head -- the gunman had been shot instead. However, he stands there and speaks to Katherine quite normally for about ten minutes before realizing it. It's not possible to function, and especially speak as competently as he did, for that long... especially since the bullet seemed to have hit quite close to his heart.
It is implied that Paloma is in high school, which means she's possibly 17 or 18. This could hurt the storyline. This could mean that Paloma was born in 1986 or 1987. It's been said that Martin left a year after Miguel was born and Paloma was just an infant, which be 1984. Either that or she's 20-years-old in high school.
Theresa states that Ethan was 'stripped him of everything' when it came out he was not a full-blooded Crane, but Ethan was actually stripped of his rights when he postponed his wedding to Gwen. It's likely that Ethan never told Theresa he was out.
Fox tells Theresa that he is worried that he may be ousted in line for the Crane fortune. No matter how many illegitimate or legitimate children pop out of the woodwork, Alistair will pick and choose his heir, and Alistair has made it clear that he would never accept an illegimate heir, nor one that is not 100% from the Crane social circle.
Theresa tells Gwen that she is carrying 'her and Ethan's baby', insisting that she has the legal right to keep Ethan and Gwen from seeing that child. This is not correct. Because Theresa has no biological connection to the baby (and no legal connection, since she stole the embryo), she cannot claim the child legally or otherwise. By law, she is required to turn that child over to Ethan and Gwen.
Although surrogate mothers often have the rights to keep the child they carry, Theresa is wrong in thinking she will be able to use this child as a bargaining chip. She is not a surrogate who is entering into a contract, she is a woman who stole an egg and had it implanted in her. The courts would never allow her to keep the child.
Sheridan comments in this episode that she didn't know Fox very well. Even though he was only five when she was sent to the mental hospital in Europe, Sheridan knew enough about him to state that he was reprehensible and selfish in the years before he came to town.
Woody Stumper refers to Harmony as a 'city' in the courtroom, but it's clearly been established that Harmony is a village, not a city. It's uncertain whether this is a writer's error, or showcasing the ineptitude of lawyer Woody Stumper.
When the Russells sit down for dinner, Eve asks where Theresa is. Whitney then says that she might not come. John then says that Gwen blames Theresa for the baby's death. The people who went to LA just got back that day and John doesn't really know any of them and had no contact with them prior to this episode. So how would he know about Gwen's baby?
In this episode, Pilar says that it is Theresa's fault that Gwen lost her baby. However; in later epsiodes, she defends her and says it is not her fault.
It doesn't really seem possible that Charlie is Alistair. What about all those fantasies she was having, and why would he still be playing the part of Charlie when no one was around? Not to mention the fact that he would never pass for her slim body.
When 'Dr. Culver' (Charlie) said she had to check some calls, she left the room and closed the door. In the next scene when Luis is walking to the bed, the door is wide open.