The power lines Electro ripped apart and then let go of to hang over the buildings disappear in the next scene.
The book Peter holds in his hand when he's walking with Harry and MJ disappears numerous times.
Spider-Man: (after realizing who Electro is) Oh, my God. Max, what's happened to you?
Electro: I don't know. You don't understand.
Spider-Man: Max, you can't do this to innocent people.
Electro: Nobody's innocent! No one!!
Sally: No! Please, stop! (Sally touched Electro and was shocked)
Electro: (sadly) No, I didn't mean to. (angry; to Doug Reisman) You turned me into this!
Peter: Why I wanna go to a party like everyone else? (the camera shifts and shows Peter standing on the ceiling) Just 'cause I'm not like everyone else?
Spider-Man: (to Electro) Where were you when we had an energy crisis?
Peter: Would the world, like, come to an end if Spider-Man took one lousy night off? (Crowd screaming outside) Okay, you made your point.
Peter: I bet the X-Men get to go to parties.
The X-men are mentioned.
This series is also known as Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, since the '94 series was sometimes known as Spider-Man: The Animated Series, and they couldn't name the series the same thing.
Jeff Matsuda, the current producer for The Batman, pitched several series designs for this show back when it was to be based after Ultimate Spider-Man.
This is the first Marvel cartoon series that has a 'teen' target age group.
Greg Johnson, the writer of Spider-Man (2003), also wrote for The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, and X-Men Evolution.
Edward Asner, who plays Officer Barr, also played J. Jonah Jameson in the 90's Spider-Man series.
When Electro enters the party, the head protester from "Heroes and Villains" can be seen.
The scene where Spider-Man is changing on the roof, saying "Hot roof!" is a direct take from "Ultimate Spider-Man" #22.
This episode is the source of the anguished unmasking scene used in the opening credits.
In the Spider-Man comics, Maxwell Dillon was originally a lineman for an electrical company, and donned a green and yellow suit when commiting crimes.
Canada airdate: October 10, 2003.
All the women on the show have either shoulder length hair or hair that's tied back. This was done so their hair won't cut through them when animated.
Rino Romano voiced Peter Parker/Spider-Man on the short lived Spider-Man Unlimited.
This is the third time that Jennifer Hale has voiced a character(s) on a Spider-Man cartoon. Even though she may not be a permanent member of the cast.
The show is done using 3D computer animation technology and techniques, and is rendered to look similar to traditional cel animation. According to a behind-the-scenes documentary on the DVD release, the plan was originally to animate the characters in traditional CG, similar to ReBoot and other series, but it was decided the characters would look more appealing if rendered in traditional 2D cell animation style.