*Before going to Patrick O'Rourke's wake, Remington touches his tie with his left hand. Twice. The first time there is no ring on his hand. The second time there is. And it's the only moment when the ring appears in the episode. Besides, it's the third finger of his left hand, which probably means it's Mr. Brosnan's wedding ring.
*When Remington falls from a pier, he's wearing a gray checkered suit and a reddish tie. When Laura visits him in the hospital, he's wearing a black suit and another tie. If, as the doctor says, they have no idea who he is, Steele's clothes must be somewhere at a hotel, where he was staying before the attempt on his life. And the suit fits too well to be borrowed. Later, when he regained his memory, they probably found the hotel and his suitcase; that can explain the fact that in the end of the episode he's wearing the same raincoat he wore in "Blue Blooded Steele"
*In the beginning of the episode, Laura and Mildred land at Shannon airport - we can see a sign - but they're supposed to be in Dublin.
*If someone at the hospital found the watch in Steele's wet suit, why wouldn't they show it to the poor amnesiac and ask if the initials stirred any memories? Why would they just put it in his pocket without even mentioning it to him?
*Both Steele and Laura can pick a lock. Steele doesn't even need a lock pick. He doesn't need his memory either, "It's all in the wrist". Sp why didn't they try to take the handcuffs off before going to see Flanagan?
*Apparently, Steele is wearing the same shoes in the hospital that he wore when he fall down the pier. I can believe that a pair of good, expensive leather shoes can withstand being immersed into water, providing somebody from the hospital staff was nice enough to stuff some paper into them, but what about the ticket?
*Where did Steele have Laura's name and address written down? He doesn't strike me as a person who would carry a card with emergency contact info. And if he did, it would be in his wallet, which, we know he "dropped" at Flanagan's "in the general fun."
Steele: Am I a karate expert?
Laura: I've never seen you use it.
Steele: Huh, well then it's the good old blunt instrument routine then, isn't it?
Steele: (as music starts to play) When I hold you close I hear music.
Laura: So do I.
Steele: (on being handcuffed to Laura) This is worse than being married.
Steele: If I'm not me, who the devil am I?
Laura: I think I should get Mildred.
Steele: (still amnesic) Mildred?
Laura: The other woman in your life.
Steele: The other woman? And you don't mind?
Laura: We have an arrangement. We share you.
Laura: You don't have to be a movie buff to realize that what you just recounted is a scene from Casablanca.
Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Warner Brothers, 1942
Steele: Well, we better Wait Until Dark. Audrey Hepburn, Alan Arkin, Warner Brothers, 1967.
Steele: 39 Steps? The Hitchcock movie?
Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll, Gaumont Film, 1935.
Laura: I do hope this has something to do with Gone with the Wind.
Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, New Line Cinema, 1939
Laura: Now try this, the movie Citizen Kane.
Steele: Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, RKO, 1941.
Steele: A Day at the Races.
Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, MGM, 1937
Laura: There aren't any oildrums.
Steele: There were in From Russia with Love.
Sean Connery, Daniela Bianchi, United Artists, 1963