On the closing "Babysitting" skit where Benny goes fishing with the Little Angels, at one point he pulls off Bob Todd's hat with his fishing line. Bob isn't wearing glasses, but when he walks up to Benny to confront him, he's wearing glasses, then when he actually confronts him, he's not wearing them.
SONG TITLE DISCREPANCY: The episode menu on A&E's DVD set lists Benny's opening song as "Anna Marie," however the tune he performs here is of no relation to that which he sang at the start of Show #1, and in any case this number was called "Café Olé" on his posthumously-released 1992 CD Benny Hill . . . The Best Of.
On this show and Show #35, music executive Joyce Sharpen is incorrectly credited as Joy Sharpen.
During the "Rembrandt's Cottage" ending runoff, if you look at the sketch on some video or computer monitors, at one point as Benny's running from his pursuers while holding a painting he made of "Little Angel" Jade Westbrook, in the closeup shot where she's jumping up and down inside the picture, it's obvious in the early part of that shot that he's running in place.
Look closely in the scene from "The Herd" where Benny as patriarch Chuck Kirkdale is on the phone, learning that his entire herd of cattle had been wiped out from hoof-and-mouth disease. In the background at frame left, his stand-in / double, Mike Mulloy, is full-face visible for a few seconds, dressed up as another of the characters Benny played in the sketch, Patricia.
On this episode and Show 53, Sydney Arnold is incorrectly credited as Sidney Arnold.
Watch during the closing "R. Dibble, Handyman" sketch. Benny's glasses keep changing between real thick lenses and normal ones.
Watch closely during the first verse of the opening "We Are The Lifeguards" number, as one of his Angels (the one to his right) seems to be distracted, and is looking at something off-screen for a second.
Hill's Angel Denise Gyngell is incorrectly credited as Denise Gymgell in the closing credits.
Jerold Wells is incorrectly credited as Gerold Wells in this episode.
On "The Monte Carbolic Show" sketch, when the Angels are announced as "Les Girls," watch closely at Cheryl Mortimer. She loses her balance and almost falls over.
BLOOPER ALERT: In the "Incredible Hulk" spoof at the end of the show, Clare Smalley turns into the She-Hulk after being harassed by the chicanery of several men at the bus stop. Her transformation results in her become more buxom, altering the spelling of the name on her shirt. However, after the cut-away, her bust size has reverted to normal again with yet another name in it before increasing in dimension again.
BLOOPER ALERT: In the "Incredible Hulk" spoof at the end of the show, Jackie Wright blows through his pipe, clearing the used ash in it which covers up the left sleeve of Clare Smalley's t-shirt. However, as the scene continues, her sleeve is remarkably clear of ash.
BLOOPER ALERT: In the "Incredible Hulk" spoof at the end of the show, Clare Smalley plays a young ingenue who is harassed into becoming a "She-Hulk" played by Alison Bell. In her normal form, she is wearing small dark slippers, but in her "transformed" form, her shoes have been replaced by thigh-high leather boots.
Hill's Angel Clare Smalley is credited as Claire Smalley in this episode
Hill's Angel Clare Smalley is credited as Claire Smalley on this episode.
SONG TITLE DISCREPANCY: In the menu for this episode in A&E's DVD set, Benny's opening musical number is called "Maria" (the second such song with that title, after the opening number in Show 35). On his posthumously-released CD Benny Hill . . . The Best Of, the song title was listed as "Gypsy Dance."
In "The Three Musketeers" sketch, when they're in the jail cell, Benny grabs a pot to throw out the window, but when the scene is shown from the outside, it's now a pail.
During "The Fudpuckers" sketch, in the portion where Jenny Lee-Wright's maid character asks Benny, "Do you mind if I pop out later?" and he responds, "You can pop out any time you like," it appeared that the audience was joining in with him in saying his line.
Hill's Angel Vivienne Warman is incorrectly credited as Vivenne Warman in the closing credits of this episode.