Nitpick: Quinn gets shot in the back on his way into the vortex; however, there's no bullet wound in his back when he exits the vortex.
Nitpick: When people first begin to notice Rembrandt as the group walks out of the courthouse, the Professor instructs the men to check their flies. They do, including Quinn who uses one hand to lift up his sweater to check, even though his hands are supposed to be cuffed behind him.
Nitpick: Quinn searches for the license plate on Jack's computer. He says he is searching by plate name, but he is actually doing it by last name.
Nitpick: When asked to make coffee, Quinn says that he doesn't like coffee. However, in "Summer of Love", he says he'll finish the equation after he gets some coffee.
Nitpick: When the group goes to slide out of "Woman World", the door behind Arturo keeps opening and closing at different takes.
Nitpick: The intro to Mindgame shows footage of the finals that they couldn't possibly have.
Nitpick: When UCAL are asked the question about pi, the answer is put on the board before Quinn actually says it.
Nitpick: Tile 27 was the first tile to be scored on in the game, but towards the end of the game, it is no longer lit.
Nitpick: After Quinn scores for the first time in the finals, they switch to Wade and Rembrandt talking. In the background, however, the scoreboard still says 00 to 00, and the tile on the other board is no longer lit.
This episode was aired out of order, Chronologically the end of the episode where the group witnesses a tidal wave coming in on San Francisco happened before the opening scene in Prince of Wails where they slid from a sky scraper of a flooded San Francisco. In that scene they are wearing the same outfits including Rembrandt's night shirt he was chased out of his alternate's wife's house with.
Nitpick: At the end of this episode, the sliders arrive on "Sunken world" wearing the clothes they left "60s world" in. In the episode "Prince of Wails", they land in "Britain world" wearing the same clothes. These two episodes were originally aired out of order, and are out of order on the DVD too.
Trivia: A cut scene from this episode explains why the timer functions as a countdown device and the danger of missing the slide. The scene was cut after "Fever" was moved ahead in the order by FOX and therefore no longer made sense.
Nitpick: When working on the equation, Quinn says he will finish the equation after getting some coffee. However, in "The Weaker Sex", Quinn says he doesn't like coffee.
Nitpick: When Bennish is working on the Rubik's "pyramid", it is far from complete. However, when he throws it to go answer the door, it is complete.
Nitpick: When sliding into the Spiderwasp world, the timer is on the ground, and is broken in half. In a close up a few seconds later, the two halves are once again a single unit.
The BSA Today newspaper is dated early February. However, the Casual Talk: The Recorder of the Nation paper has the date of 24 March.
When Quinn and Wade slide through the vortex, an Eaton's sign can be seen in the background. Eaton's is a popular department store in Canada, and the first two seasons were filmed in BC, Canada.
A boom mike can be seen in the shot near the top of the screen as the sliders are entering their new hotel room.
In the electronics store, Quinn gives Arturo his home address. There are 2 problems with this. 1)Quinn doesn't know if he still lives there on this world and 2) Arturo should already know his address since he meets at Quinn's home when they first slid to the "nuclear winter world" in the pilot episode.
Goof: In the basement, Wade states that it is 2 AM and that Quinn has been working for eight hours straight. This would leave 16 hours until the impact. However, in the next scene in Bennish's lab, an announcement states there are 22 hours left.