Goof: Notice as Rita, Mr. Jameson and Peter are getting into the elevator that the boom mike can be seen above them.
Goof: Notice as Dr. Moon comes into the lab, the boom mike can be seen directly above him.
How is it that Peter's clone (as well as those of everybody else) has the exact same memories as the real one? Even though he came out of the cloning chamber looking alike, he certainly would not have the same life experiences as the original being that he was "born" inside a machine. Despite having an adult body, the clone should have an infantile mentality. In the Flash TV series, that was the more accurate (and dangerous) result of what happened when the superhero was cloned.
In the Marvel Universe (and in many others, Star Wars included) clones are created thinking that they are the people from whom they are cloned (remember the Scarlet Spider?). From a technilogical point of view, this is possible (as memories are stored chemically), but VERY improbable.
This episode is similar to the storyline in the blockbuster film Die Hard. This is probably because both are loosely based on the 1970's novel titled; Nothing Lasts Forever
The computer sounds from the computer room match those used on the bridge of the Enterprise in Star Trek.