When She-Ra was parachuting down to Etheria with Hordak the He-Man theme music was playing instead of the She-Ra theme music.
She-Ra's telescope was an unseen sword transformation.
She-Ra's sword undergoes five transformations in this episode!
Hordak: Skeletor! You treacherous, two-faced traitor!
Skeletor: I only help myself! And speaking of helping myself, I'm going to help myself to this ship!
He-Man: I sure hope she knows what she's doing...
Swift Wind: She-Ra always knows what she's doing!
(He-Man has thrown a grappling hook onto Horde Prime's ship)
Hordak: What was that?
Skeletor: The sound of your defeat, Hordak!
Hordak: (to Mantenna) Don't bug me, you bug-eyed boob!
Due to the sensitivity of the moral delivered by He-Man and She-Ra at the end of this episode an alternate Loo-Kee moral was written about asking permission in case there was a problem from the censors.
This episode features a powerful moral about child abuse. It is the only moral in the She-Ra series to be given by She-Ra and He-Man, rather than Loo-Kee, and encourages children to tell someone if they feel they have been touched or handled badly by an adult.