If Mr. Steele was going to come back, why was it necessary to take all his earthly possessions with him and leave the door unlocked?
The phone number Laura calls doesn't agree with the number on Dr. Maxwell's calendar in "Steele Flying High", or the number shown on Laura's business card in "Steele Knuckles and Glass Jaws". It does however, agree with the number Bernard calls in "Steele In the Family."
This episode aires after Laura & Steele have decided to forego the Cannes' agreement. So, why are they dating other people? (Answer: This is one of the episodes that was originally slated to air after their visit to Cannes but before they patched things up)
*Even though water runs down the windows in the tag, it's obvious that nobody has bothered to change the picture of Los Angeles behind the window - it's not raining out there.
*Did they really send Mildred out to buy nuts in a rain like this?
*When did Steele notice the hole in the window?
*Breaking into the Sterling's house, they would be better off wearing gloves.
*How'd Laura and Steele weasel their way out of the apartment they'd broken into?
*Steele must be in an unbelievable shape to perform such athletic escape after he's "been beaten to a pulp, crammed into a steamer trunk, locked away in an abandoned warehouse, drugged, tortured," and "otherwise shown a raucous good time."
*The overweight Sinatra misses a lip-sync on the word 'that' in the end of Street of Dreams.
*If Laura got all the cash they had, how did Steele buy postcards? He paid cash.
*What happens at the end of the game? Grogan bets "all of it" ($30,000). It means Steele has the rest ($120,000). He backs it - ($50,000) That makes a $110,000 on the table. Where is another $40,000?
The phone number Bernard calls doesn't agree with the number in "Steele Flying High" or the number on Laura's business card in "Steele Knuckles and Glass Jaws". It does however, agree with the number Laura calls in "Steele Trying".
How did Betty Overton get her hands on Arthur McKinley Reynolds III's gun? The last time we saw it, it was in Buddy's office, and Brian was killed right after that.
When Steele and Mulch stop in front of Buckner's house, Steele is wearing the same suit he was wearing in the office. However, in the next scene where he's breaking into the house to steal the Porsche, he's dressed differently.
According to Laura's driver's license, she was born on January 28, 1956. Atomic Man ran from 1961 to 1964. It means she was 5 when the show started, and yet, she told Max she couldn't pronounce "Atomic Man" when she was 4.
*How does Pierre's nephews know where to find Mrs. Dix?
*Once again, Steele is trying to flash his ID in Pierre's face. Does he really have it?
*How does Pierre know what kind of car Bill owns? Even if the restaurant has valet parking, they should've noticed it before they recognized Steele as Dick L'Orange.
*When Laura and Steele stake out Mrs. Dix's apartment, he turns the light off when he hears someone's coming. Considering she's coming through a window, that's already too late.
*When Steele talks to Eloise, they set a date for tomorrow's night. However, later everybody talks about tonight.
In Mr. Steele's office, Tony and Teri were far from the window. So, where were the shots taken from?
In this episode we learn that, according to the official biography once written by Laura, Mr. Steele's birthday is in December - the actual date is not specified. However, that's not the date he will have in his US passport in "Steele Searching".
Before Mildred comes into the hospital room, she hears Steele say "I assure you, Laura, if I'd heard you, I wouldn't have gone into the building." But Laura never said anything before he rushed into that building.
When Laura, after shooting Steele's raft, does the legwork, she goes from place to place, talking to people and making notes. In one of those little scenes she holds the notebook in her left hand and writes with her right one, then she also shakes left hands with the man - the tape was reversed.
After Laura, Mildred, and the fake Wainright hear the explosion and rush to the window to see the boat explode, the film freezes for a moment.
*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."
During the conversation with Daniel a spot of shaving foam on Remington's left side disappears when he doesn't hold the towel anymore.
*The film The Alphabet Murders was made from Agatha Christie's novel The A.B.C. Murders in 1965. In "Steele Eligible", Steele says it'd never been made into a movie. Yet, he quotes it in this episode.
*Chubby's foot was stuck, so why did he keep pedaling? Even if it had some kind of engine, all the controls are always in front of the biker, within arm's reach.
*The mirror didn't fall. It was either pushed or pulled to make it fall when the camera was rolling.
As Laura is sitting at the bar, her hair switches from back to front and the shaker on her left moves close to her elbow. When she stands up, both her hair and the shaker assume their initial positions.