It was once said that Sam could not remove his wrist device. yet in this episode and only the Christmas episode prior, the Wrist device is removed easily.
Timing Error: Malcolm comes home distraught that his computer crashed. But he notes "Good thing I backed up everything last week" in the previous episode, he performed a backup of his hard drive and this episode immediately followed into the next day with no break in school days between, and it suddenly shifts from a week, as noted by Mrs. Starkey in Do Not Reboot Till Christmas to Sydney's "T -5 Days and Counting" quote in this episode even though it's been one day.
Why would Sydney have an alcon generator? Something that accurate should be illegal.
Its hard to believe that Jennifer wouldn't notice that such a fairly large gift would be missing from her locker through the entire day.
Troy Slaten mysteriously returns in this episode as Amp, replacing Rembrant in the role of the fourth Squad member with no explanations as to how or why he came back or no mention of Lucky.
Syd pilots Drago for the first time instead of Tanker.
Sam and Syd kiss in this episode and enjoy the spark, but decide to remain friends.
Tanker and Sydney finally admit their feelings for each other and become boyfriend and girlfriend in this episode.
Sydney tells the others she can only send Sam into the digital world because she doesn't have enough memory for everyone. Then she gets a floppy from Amp to allow Tanker the ability to jump in as Drago; but memory doesn't come from a floppy disk!
Both Sam and Tanker jump into Syd's laptop while they are under the tables with other students at school; how could they do that without anybody noticing?
This episode was on the VHS release of "To Servo and Protect" along with the episode "Amp Loves You, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!"
We learn in this episode that Sam's wrist communicator works as a visual communicator and also serves as a tracking beacon for Sam anywhere in the world.
The entire episode is based on a flashback, revealing the introduction of the Samurai Shield (formed from Tanker's inspiration of a hot dog bun design) and hidden inside the Samurai Sword (representing the hot dog)
Also when the machine was smashed Servo should have been killed!
This episode was on the VHS release "A Skorn in their Side" along with the episode "An Un-Helping Hand"
Apparently Sam and Tanker are able to jump into a system, regardless of whether or not it's hooked up to the internet or plugged in at all.
This episode was on the home video "A 'Skorn' in their Side" along with the episode "His Master's Voice"
This episode was on the home video "To Servo and Protect" along with "Lights, Camera, Action!"
When Sydney is looking through the Servo program's options (after Sam has gone in), all the shots of her from the back show that the computer monitor is turned about 45 degrees away from her and is facing the wall!Â How can Sydney see what's she's doing when she isn't looking at the screen?
First (official) time Amp and Syd enter the computer. First appearence of the Zenon Vehicles and the Syncro formation.