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TRIVIA: The character of Lt. Commander Kimura was supposed to be a new cast member but because of the show's cancellation she never got to be.
TRIVIA: This is the second episode this season where a major character dies, this time it's the death of Lt. Fredericks.
TRIVIA: This episode aired out of sequence originally, and in reruns. It actually takes place before the events of the episode "SpinDrift" when Lt. Brody was killed in action.
TRIVIA: This was the last original episode to air nationally, however it was not seen in the Detroit, Michigan area because it was preempted in favor of a local special, resulting in the series being cancelled a week early. However, there were three more episodes left of this series, and all three were televised on the West Coast during 1996.
TRIVIA: This episode marks the final appearance of Roy Schieder as 'Captain Nathan Bridger'.
While Lt. O'Neill is explaing to Darwin what they need him to do, he uses one of Bridger's old hand signs from season one to send Darwin away.
In flashback scenes, Ford is wearing a UEO uniform while the other soldiers are wearing US Navy uniforms. If the UEO didn't start until 2018, when Ford was a Commander, why is he wearing a UEO uniform in the flashbacks when it was established he was an Ensign at the time of the original experiments?
TRIVIA: This is the final appearance by Edward Kerr (Lt. James Brody) as his character is killed in action attempting to save Henderson. However he did appear in one more episode "Brainlock", only because NBC aired it out of order.
TRIVIA: As of this episode, Lucas is no longer the Chief Computer Analyst of seaQuest, he has enlisted, and is now an ensign.
TRIVIA: As of this episode the title of the series was changed to seaQuest, 2032 and Roy Scheider becomes a recurring character, no longer the captain of seaQuest as Michael Ironside takes over the helm.
TRIVIA: This is the final appearance of series stars Marco Sanchez (Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz) & Rosalind Allen (Dr. Wendy Smith).
When seaQuest is attacked on the alien planet, Bridger orders intercepts to be launched then torpedoes. However Ford launches the torpedoes first, which is rather stupid as the torpedoes would run the risk of colliding with the enemy torpedoes instead of hitting the attacking sub.
TRIVIA: This episode was dedicated "In memory of Carl Swartz" - Carl Swartz was a music editor for the series.
Just after Ford and the others shot the scarab, as it runs away, the wire that is used to pull the plants away is visible. It is on the left side of the big tree.
About 3 minutes into the episode, Lucas goes over to his desk to call for medical help, but when the shot changes back to Tony, Lucas is visible behind him.
TRIVIA: Series star Jonathan Brandis co-wrote this episode and was the second cast member to write an episode. The first was Ted Raimi for the earlier season 2 episode "Lostland".
TRIVIA: Series star Rosalind Allen's husband Todd Allen appeared in this episode.
Minerva is actually a Roman god, the equivilant to Athena of Greek mythology.
Neptune is actually the Roman god of the sea, whereas Poseiden was the Greek god of the sea.
As Dr. Smith walks away from the fireplace, the reflection of the top of the camera and the operator's hand is visible in the lower left corner of the mirror.
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