The Cory family in the story have associations with the Salem witch trials through an ancestress, Rebecca Putnam. Historically, there was a Corey family in Salem during the witch trials. One family member, Giles Corey, was brought to trial for witchcraft in Salem. He refused to plead (so his property would stay in his family and not be forfeit to the government), and they could not try him without a plea. So they tortured him to extract a plea, but he still refused and died under the torture. He is said to have cursed the sheriff and town before he died his ghost appear when disaster is about to strike the town.
The picture depicting the trial of Rebecca Putnam is "The Trial of George Jacob" by TH Matteson.
The Coreys have an ancestress, Rebecca Putnam, who was convicted of witchcraft. Historically, there was a Putnam family who played a huge role in the Salem witch trials, but as accusers of witchcraft.
In the scene in the lab where the spirit was causing havoc, as the camera pans over the large silver box on the table, inside is Dr. Hatch's Cryptograph Analyzer that Jaime was accused of stealing in "The Jailing Of Jaime."
The prison Lisa Galloway is sent to at the end of this episode is the Delaware Federal Penitentiary.
Jaime likes scotch and soda while Lisa likes scotch on the rocks.
Blooper: At the end of the episode, when Jaime asks Oscar how he would like it if there were two Oscar Goldmans, Oscar replies that he will worry about it when it happens. But it has already happened - in "Return of the Robotmaker", The Six Million Dollar Man season 2 - where the Robotmaker creates a robot double of Oscar.
After Lisa shoots Jaime with the poison darts, there is a whole sequence of scenes where there is no sign of the darts in Jaime's arm, then she physically removes them.
In the bar scene when Jaime is posing as Lisa, she and her contact leave and get into a blue taxi, only to switch to another vehicle. Now look just above the new vehicle as it is pulling away from the curb. The sign reads VENTURA FRWY, which is in California, not Washington, D.C.
When Jaime arrives at Dr. Hatch's research lab, her hair is in a pony tail. As she is leaving, we learn she is being watched and we see a shot of Jaime (supposedly still in her car driving away) with her hair down.
When Rudy is sitting in the airplane there's a young man sitting right behind him (window seat), in the following scenes the young man is replaced by a middle age man.
When Jaime is serving Rudy a breakfast of coconut, it's obviously a store-bought coconut. Coconuts just pulled off a tree are green and not dried looking, nor is the flesh so hard.
When Jaime leaps up to Henderson in the flying suit, you can see the wires suspending him.
When Briggs and Henderson lift Jaime up to carry her into the cave, you can see Lindsay Wagner lift her head up slightly, as if to help the one actor find her shoulders easier.
When Jaime is jumping over one of the security gates, you can clearly see the springboard that the stuntwoman uses to launch herself over.
As John "Paco" Little Bear rides his horse to school, it gallops along on the grass leading up to the playground. The sound effect used is of a horse galloping on concrete or some other hard surface, not the muffled sound of hooves on grass-covered earth.
In this episode, Jaime uses her bionic ear to try and locate Paco who has run away. She's wearing blue jeans and a white hooded poncho of some kind. Just before the camera zooms in, Jaime is suddenly wearing a tan, multi-colored sweater—footage lifted from the episode "Claws."
Jaime's car gets stuck in a log, and after her and Tim push it free, the camera shows the scene from the sky and the log is gone.
When Jaimie sits in the racing car, Tim points at the sickness Bag, which actually was an airsick bag with the Pan-Am logo.
The pilot included a scene in which Michael Marchetti and Rudy Wells present Jaime with a slide show of pictures related to Jaime's life in order to test her newly recovered memory. It includes a photo of Jaime's mother, but the woman looks absolutely nothing like Barbara Rush, who plays her here.
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