Jane's tires were not slashed before she got into the car. If you look closely, the tires were never slashed. If you were paying close attention to the scene, Tarzan must have thrown a sharp stick at the tire, not tires, so she couldn't go anywhere.
It seems strange that a suspended police officer wouldn't notice that her tires had been slashed until after the fact.
When Tarzan and Jane are leaving the building after smuggling out Donald Ingram, a woman in a black trenchcoat passes directly in front of them. Then, when the camera pulls back, she crosses in front of them again.
Travis's (John's) Australian accent was blatantly obvious when he was yelling at Clayton.
In all of this turmoil for Jane where was Nicki in all of this? When Jane was at home Nicki was no where in sight, not even there to comfort her sister over John.
"When Tarzan was trying to rescue Donald, why didn't he hit the ground running? What purpose was there in standing there for a few seconds and THEN running? Those few seconds could have saved Donald."
He had very recently been shot!
Jane obvouisly doesn't have a case against Gary, so he decides to give her one for what reason? To get his girlfriend to talk to him?
If all Gary wanted Nicki to do was call and tell Darcy that Nicki had misjudged his character, why did he take her for a car ride?
Can Tarzan/John really be considered out of control? Considering his upbringing in the jungle, and the potential foes that he would have had to fight, his vicious attacks (which cause only superficial cuts and bruises) really aren't that far out of line.
If you look closely towards the end of the episode, when he rescue the child, he is badly cut, has bloody hands and his bandage shows that the wounds has opened...
Amazing that John/Tarzan can go through a fight, get all bloody and torn, and yet emerge without a single bruise, scab, or scar.
Beginning with this episode, the song "Try" by Paloalto is played during the opening credits.
According to this episode, the original title of the show was Tarzan and Jane.
Remember, the locket that John has shows him and and his parents when he is about 7 or so. At that age you would be able to hold a conversation.
Response to response: Then why wouldn't the chief of police let Jane get involved? Shouldn't a little investigation be in order? Maybe the chief is under Richard's thumb. . .