Carter: I was stuck in a transporter with Zelenka for three hours!
This refers to events in the episode "Quarantine" which aired earlier in Season 4.
The planet in this episode is designated M5V-801.
This is the third episode with a title to reference music. The first two were "Duet" and "Harmony"
This is not the first time McKay refers to his sixth-grade science project. In the episode "Underground" he recounts how he built a model of an atomic bomb and was subsequently interrogated by the CIA for several hours.
Goof: When we first see Rodney on the ground after he falls down the hole he is lying on his back, but after Carter and Dr. Keller fall and we see them all lying on the ground he is laying on his stomach.
Goof: Sgt. Bates states he was honorably discharged from the Air Force. However, in the first season, Sgt. Bates was a Marine.
We learn Sheppard's ex-wife, Nancy, is a Director of Homeland Security in Washington, D.C.
It is revealed that Sgt. Bates, who went to Atlantis with the original expedition, received an honorable discharge from the Marines and is now working for the IOA.
Goof: Joseph Mallozzi stated in his blog that there was a mistake in this episode and that this planet was the one where the Ancients first developed mini-drones not the actual Drone Weapons.
This is the first episode of Atlantis in which neither a Stargate nor Atlantis itself make an appearance.
Nitpick: Harmony frequently refer to "lunar cycles." This seems to be used to measure their month, since it is a different planet in a different galaxy. But they would not use the term "lunar" to refer to the moon cycles on their planet since "lunar" is derived from Luna, the name of Earth's moon, just as "solar" comes from Earth's sun, Sol.
Why doesn't Sheppard use the life-signs detector to find the Genii and the Princess? As far as we know, Sheppard carries it in his breast combat vest pocket on each mission.
In this episode Zelenka speaks Czech: "I'll have the power off in no time. Ježiš, to je neuvěřitelný, já jsem takovej debil! Si bude myslet, že jsem naprostej idiot. Nó, tak co mně zbejvá, no... Tohleto né...(groaning) Se sem nevejdu...fuj to smrdí! (looks down) Ježišmarija... (looks around) Jéžiš, to snad né..." which translates to "I'll have the power off in no time. Jesus, that's unbelievable, I'm SUCH a moron! She'll think I'm a total idiot. Well, what else should I do? No, not this again...(groaning) Don't fit here...ugh, this place stinks! (looks down) Jesus [and] Mary... (looks around) Oh tell me it's not happening!"
Goof: In the opening scene when Colonel Sheppard opens the ring box, the camera shot of the box shows the ring and the stone clearly. In the next close up of the ring, the stone is missing from the setting.
At 120 beats per minute even in deep sleep, Rodney has Tachycardia (a heart rate over 100 bpm at rest), although his is not life-threatening.
Dr. Keller graduated high school at the age of fifteen, and gained a bachelor's degree before she was eighteen. She admits that she concentrated too hard and missed out some of the most important moments of her teenage life.
This episode plants the seed for a possible future relationship between Ronon and Doctor Keller. Up until this point, there had only been vague hints as to the attraction between the two.
Rodney McKay was born in 1968. The same year as David Hewlett who is the actor who plays him.
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