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Nitpick: The aliens that rob Trip and Malcolm say specifically that it would be too risky for them to try to clean out Trip and Malcolm's hotel room, which contains at least the clothes they had worn on the flight down to Risa. Yet, the two wear only their underwear on the flight back to Enterprise.
Trivia: Among the schematics that can be seen in Daniels' temporal library are the Defiant and Akira-class ships.
Nitpick: It is said that the EPS conduits are only wide enough for a child. Yet as Hoshi moves through them she has plenty of room.
Goof: When Archer returns to the 22nd Century aboard the Suliban Helix, he grabs Silik by his jumpsuit. For a brief moment, John Fleck's costume is pulled far enough to see where his makeup ends and his real shoulder is visible.
Trivia: The Vulcan character Mestral is named after George de Mestral, the Swiss inventor who created Velcro.
Mission Date: April 2152
Nitpick: Despite the concern of contaminating human culture, there is no mention of what was done with the wreckage of the Vulcan ship when the Vulcans left Earth.
Nitpick: As they leave the hull plating, Archer and Reed are moving on different vectors, which the explosion would only have exacerbated. There is no way they would have been picked up at the same point in space at the same time.
Goof: When Archer reinserts the relays, there are six in total. All six are out, only four are heard being inserted, but the next shot shows all six fully in.
Nitpick: Archer mentions to Lt Reed that England made it to the World Cup that year. However, the World Cup of Soccer/Football has been held every four years since 1930 (with the exception of 1942 and 1946). Although it's possible that by this time in the future the schedule may have somehow been changed, following the existing schedule, there would not be a World Cup in 2151 (or 2152).
Trivia: Among the alien bodies is a Klingon, a Vulcan, a Cardassian and a member of Kago-Darr's species (from "Bounty").
Goof: When Archer comes down to sickbay because he wants to be near his sick dog, the doors slide open before he has even pushed the button to open them.
Nitpick: The whole reason for going to Kreetassa in the first place was to get new plasma injectors. Yet the away team consists of Archer, T'Pol and the dog. No Tucker, or any other engineer in sight, which would surely be a necessity when looking for engine parts.
Trivia: The Klingon tanker vessel seen in this episode, appears again later in the show as the variant D5 battle cruiser.
Nitpick: T'Pol incorrectly refers to the mek'leth as a two-pronged dagger, when it is actually a curved sword with a squared tip, along with another smaller blade extension near the handle. The dagger she is referring to is a d'k tahg.
Nitpick: Tessic wasn't aboard Enterprise when T'Pol taught the colonists the Vulcan self-defense tactic. However, when fighting the Klingons, he somehow knows how to do it perfectly.
Nitpick: When he poses as Captain Archer, Trip makes sure to add an extra rank pip to his uniform, but still wears the red engineering stripes on his shoulders.
Nitpick: The administrator tells T'Pol and Archer that they can't get to their ship for at least four hours, as the landing platform is covered in a dangerous acidic coating. This danger is reiterated when T'Pol wraps her boots to protect them from the acid, and Archer still warns her not to go onto the platform. Yet, when Menos sets a fire in the bar, and all of the patrons flee, they are all somehow able to get onto the platform and get to their ships.