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Doctor Robotnik's Doomsday project is quite similar to ultimate annihilator that he used in the Archie comics.
When Snively gets into that escape pod, and when it comes up from the wreckage, the doors look like they slide open horizontally. [During the Doomsday wreckage scene, they do actually close horizontally.] However on the very final shot of the pod,a single door slides up vertically!
The list of other freedom fighter groups were carried over to the Archie comics. The Wolf Pack however is the only Freedom Fighter group that appeared in cartoon and carried over into the comics.
Sabina's first appearance on the series.
As Uncle Chuck and the kids are all waiting to be robotisized, we see them with (what looks like) power rings round their heads. But when Uncle Chuck gets robotisized and Sally tells the kids to come over, the power rings have gone!
Now it's called Great Swamp and not Dark Swamp as it was in the first season.
This episode can be unlocked in the Sonic the Hedgehog Super Sonic DVD release by completing the trivia game.
When Robotnik teleports Bunnie to his fortress and she starts asking what happened, despite the teleportation being completed, Bunnie is still a little transparent.
When Bunnie says "What in the high heavens are you doing here?" her eyeshadow disappears. Then a couple of seconds later Bunnie's eyeshadow reappears.
In the Archie Comic series a prison called the Devil's Gulag may have been may have been based off of Iron lock Prison.
Sonic and Sally's mouths are barely moving when they are discussing each other's kisses.
When Sally Bunnie and Antoine are first shown in Robotropolis, they are peeking around a corner and noticing the SWATBots are gone. "This is too weird, no SWaTBots." Bunnie says. Or was it Bunnie? When Bunnie says that, and you can clearly tell it was Bunnie, Sally's mouth moves and Bunnie's is shut.
Griff's first appearance on the series.
When Griff goes to steal the Power Rock, it shows him right behind it in the water. It looks relatively big at this point, about as big as his head. Then, later on, it shows him walking with it and it has shrunk immensely, but he still needs both hands to carry it. Then, when he gets to Lower Mobius to put the Power Rock into the energy chamber, it's become so small he can hold it with one hand. At the end of the episode when he gives it back to Sonic, it's grown in size and is big enough for Sonic to split in two.
Despite airing at the end of season 1, this episode was actually the series pilot, which is why the animation and character designs look so different compared to the rest of season's episodes.