As the SG-1 team drops into the Abydosian village in the last scene there is a set of tire tracks.
The shot of the Prometheus taking off to rescue Teal'c and Jonas is the same shot used when the ship leaves its underground hangar in the earlier episode "Prometheus." There are several occasions where shots of the Prometheus are reused in different episodes.
Trivia: As of this episode, SG-1 has been to 133 planets.
In episode 6-2/112, "Redemption (2)", it's established that a stargate weighs 64,000 pounds (32 tons or just over 29,000 kilograms), yet in this episode, it's raised to an upright position by a portable winch and a small human work crew.
While onboard the Prometheus, if you watch the blue mark that Jonas makes on the clear plastic thing, it goes from a overly complete circle, to just a complete circle.
Teal'c refers to Heru'ur in the present tense several times even though he had been dead for over two years at the time.
Colonel Ronson's rank insignia are upside down.
About 16:30 into the episode, Teal'c wakes up from the dream world. Of course in his dream he doesn't have the gold emblem on his forehead. The first scene back in the real world they have forgotten to put it on. A few seconds later there it is.
When Teal'c and Bra'tak are passing the symbiote off-world, you can tell that the symbiote is mature. They shouldn't have been able to use it to sustain their lives.
When Carter is showing Aden the zat, it opens and closes without any sounds between shots .
At the beginning of the episode O'Neill appears disinterested and unknowledgeable about astronomy (while Carter is preparing to view a nearby nebula), but it was established in "Children of the Gods" and especially "Singularity" that he's an avid amateur astronomer (in fact, there it was Carter who wasn't all that interested in observing). Kind of a big character flub by the writers.
As with all of his previous appearances, Colonel Chekov's rack of ribbons makes no sense. It has as many as six duplicates of a few designs, scattered in no particular order.
When Eggar and Wodan come to get O'Neill to take him to Nirrti, Jack comments that Evanov has died just like Wodan's brother, Alebran did. He then says something like, "If she's not stopped she'll kill the rest of us." However you can see from the shape of his mouth that he actually said "all of us."
Trivia: During their time working at the SGC, Colonel Ivanov's team are designated SG-4. By 2006 however, SG-4 will be comprised entirely of American members again (SGA: "The Return Part 1").
When Carter is shown the picture of the NID agent whose prints were found on the second gun, his photograph is clipped on top of an unrelated document that appears to be the original request for SGC, written by General Hammond. Even if the picture is not intended to be related, why would he be holding such an old document?
Sam's cell is a Motorola Star-TAC. The ring, however, is from a Nokia.
The mimic devices' blue lights didn't light up in this episode.
Trivia: This episode takes place "over three months" after the events of "Shadow Play."
In the scene where Jonas and Hammond are been given the results of the tests by Fraiser, in the background there is a lightboard and on it you can clearly see the same x-rays from "Singularity" that were taken of Cassie of the bomb in her chest.
Piedmont, Colorado is in Las Animas county, not Hawthorne as stated here. There is no Hawthorne county in Colorado.
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