Remington had to walk right past the fish tank to get to Todd's office. He would have seen Laura or Todd, or heard Laura calling for help.
It's so thoughtful of Mr. Steele to put a rug in his living room so later he could pull it from under Todd's and Clarissa's feet. That rug had never been there before, and after this episode Mr. Steele apparently put it away.
Laura says "three years of building up the agency," which contradicts the dates mentioned in other episodes such as "In the Steele of the Night", "Red Holt Steele", "Forged Steele", and "Bonds of Steele."
There is no way Laura could hear Steele from inside the helicopter while he was hanging from the landing skids.
Steele has the most unusual way of hot-wiring a car. First, he touches two wires, causing a spark. Then, he crosses the same wires several times with his bare fingers - and nothing happens. After the wires are crossed, everybody gets into the jeep and only then does the engine turn over, as though somebody has magically turned the key in the ignition.
The office building is downtown; 4000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles. How many country clubs in walking distance are there nearby?
During the fire, Remington removes his vest to extinguish flames and remains in his shirtsleeves. However, when he nearly falls out of the window, the vest makes its last appearance to permanently retire afterwards.
Descoine first stepped into Laura and Steele's life to avenge his beautiful Lily after Laura's house was blown up. So, where did he get her diaries, weren't they blown up along with the rest of her earthly possessions?
During the first few seconds of the episode, we see Descoine at the controls of a helicopter. Then, he walks on the roof and down the stairs as the helicopter is seen flying away. How?
The ring on Mr. Steele's right hand disappears as he comes out of the water and then reappears.
Laura and Steele's tombstones state "Feb 21, 1984" as the day they died. This was also the day the episodes first aired.
How did Steele know what poison Descoine was using?
The cab goes into the car wash with one set of license plates, comes out with another one.
When Laura and Steele are going to inspect Howie's room, why do they have to bring the teeth with them?
In "Steele Threads", Laura used to save wrapping paper, here she just tears it.
*If there is so much water behind the door when Mildred opens it, there should be at least a trickle outside; the door doesn't look waterproof.
*A magnet doesn't exactly lose its draw when there's a stronger magnet. They add up. The weaker magnet is closer, and would interfere with the stronger magnet, which is, in this case, is much further. Besides, the stronger magnet is so far, it cannot provide exact movements needed to spell the name correctly.
As Millicent hits the tennis balls the machine is spewing out, she speeds up, the way they did in the old movies, looking hilarious.
*If Tracy's car has been parked at the airport for 48 hours, why is mud and cement still damp? Two days is enough to dry any amount of mud a car can accumulate.
*After Ross Crockett's will is announced, we see the disapointed family leave the house, lead by Mrs. Crockett. Where's she going if she lives there?
*Roxy/Tracy falls into the pool with her shoes on, but when Mr. Steele gets her out, she's barefoot. There'd be nothing unusual about it if she weren't wearing shoes with ankle straps - they're very hard to remove and yet harder to lose accidentally.
*The phone number on Laura's business card is not the same as other episodes ("Steele Flying High", "Steele In the Family", and "Steele Trying")
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