Alfred: All the numbers of the bank start with 555.
In tv and film phone numbers usually begin with the phone exchange 555 so legitimate phone customers won't be bothered by calling fans.
In the opening scene, at least one of the $100 bills is a $1 bill.
Why does Laura pose as someone named Myrtle if she hates the name?
Daniel says "soccer" rather than "football" (the proper European term)because he's pretending to be an American for Hoskins' benefit. Hoskins might say "American soccer" when placing the bet because he is in the States and he doesn't want a mix-up to occur where $50,000 are involved. However, Johnny Todd, despite being European, tells Hoskins "tennis matches in France, auto races in Germany, soccer games in England?"
Why was it necessary to fly for four days to end up in Los Angeles anyway?
What was Laura looking for in Kitty's backpack?
If Wilson doesn't know Laura had opened her own agency before she started working for Remington Steele, it must mean they were apart for quite some while. And Laura still has his clothes and toiletries
Despite his vow of celibacy, the monkcould have fetched a pen and a piece of paper rather than play Charades.
Red wine stains. However, Harry's underwear is white.
After Morrie hits Murphy, pieces of crystal magically disappear from the floor.
When Laura, Steele, Murphy, and Morrie start plotting to take down Constantine, Steele's inspiration comes from The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) with Steve McQueen. Sixteen years later Pierce Brosnan would star in the 1999 remake of the film.
When Mr. Steele and Morrie leave the office, Steele takes his coat from somewhere behind his office door. However, when, earlier, he and Morrie went into his office, the only things that were there were an empty coat rack and an empty chair; Mr. Steele wasn't wearing the coat, either.
How does Laura know Hershel has been dead for two months? The receptionist never said that.
Mrs. Marcall had a great reason to have the car re-geared, but how did she explain the need to do in at 3 in the morning? Not to mention she had to find somebody to rig the exhaust system and to shoot at Malcolm while she was in the hospital.
Claude Rains didn't do anything with wine in Notorious. There was a scene involving a bottle of wine and a character, Emil Hupka, who freaked out when he saw it, but it had nothing to do with identifying a suspect; Mr. Hupka knew some wine bottles contained uranium and simply got scared as he had already been on the edge. However, Mr. Hupka was killed soon after because he was no longer reliable. This mistake brings us to another question - did Steele ever see Notorious? He is drunk in this episode, when he quotes it, but he will erroneously quote it again in "Steele Away With Me," being dead sober.
After the first glass of wine, or even the first couple of sips, it should become pretty obvious the bottle is not poisoned. Why did Steele have to finish all four bottles if he hated being drunk?
Left-handed Laura holds golf clubs as a right-handed person would.
Why did Mrs. Marcall set the house on fire when her husband wasn't home?
The person that injects poison through the cork and the person that delivers the wine to Marcal's house are dressed the same, even though the two events are a day apart,providing we're shown the events in order of occurrence
Yellow ties? What's wrong with yellow ties? Remington Steele must be suffering from amnesia - he wore yellow ties in "Thou Shalt Not Steele" and in "Steele Trap."