At several points during the earthquakes, you can see objects that should be shaking, standing still.
Are we actually to believe that in a hospital this big, with a staff this big, no one heard the gunshots? No police were called when they saw the rats were shot? No one found the gun until Stegmen walked in?
Trivia: The book Dr. Draper is reading is The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Trivia: The book that Jack Handlemann is reading is White Man's Grave by Kingdom Hospital writer Richard Dooling.
Trivia: Jack Handlemann, another maintenance man, informs Dr. James that Johnny B. Goode is absent because it is his week off.
Trivia: Todd, another maintenance man, says that Johnny B. Goode was in the hospital earlier but doesn't know where he went.
While Peter and Mary are listening to everyone talk about Earl Candleton, Peter only has a cap-like bandage on. But when they go into the "Old Hospital", Peter has a full head bandage on.
The catcher is named Baxter by the announcer, but his uniform shows a last name that starts with a "W" on it.
The man on first who slides back in is called Phillips by the announcer. But freeze framing shows his jersey says "Masters" on the back.
Trivia: The book that Carrie is reading in the sleep lab is My Lover's Bloody Pumpkin.
According to the newspaper found in Mary's doll, the Gates Falls Mill burned down on November 1st, 1869, All Soul's Day. All Soul's Day is on November 2nd, whereas November 1st is All Saint's Day.
When the glass shatters around Druse, you can see where they did several takes of the shot. The glass breaks at different points of the front pane on every take.
When the old man starts to talk about Fire #2, he says the date was the first, but his mouth shows him saying 5th.
Trivia; Janis McManus, another maintenance worker, tells Dr. Stegman that Johnny B. Goode is out of the hospital on jury duty.
Trivia: This episode makes note of the 1987 World Series, foreshadowing what will happen in the episode "Butterfingers."
When the body is walking around after it finishes its shower, but before it realizes the head is gone, you can see the outline of the actor's invisible head against the background.
Mrs. Druse's hair went from up to down without showing her put it down and no sign of a hair scrunchy - it just went from up to down in two seconds.
Trivia: Maintenance man Jackie Gleason tells Dr. Stegman that Johnny B. Goode is absent because of his wife's teeth.
During the morgue scene when Traff is looking at the corpse of his "twin brother," you can see the "corpse's" eyes twitching.
You hear Peter splash down into the water, but you can see him standing still when the sound effect hits.