Abbe is scared by a lizard. However, it makes a snake-like hissing noise, and when she runs over to Napoleon, she says that it was a snake.
After Waverly receives the broadcast from Napoleon warning them about the bomb, he closes the communicator at the 45:58 mark and the collapsible metal piece goes shooting out across the table. To his credit, Leo G. Carroll ignores it and delivers his next line of dialogue without interruption.
Del Floria's name is misspelled "Del Florio" in the end credits.
Barnes: Pleasant nap, Mr. Solo?
Napoleon: Well, it's always pleasant to wake up and discover that you're still alive, General.
Barnes: Are you suggesting that we simply kill you, Mr. Solo?
Napoleon: Oh, no, no, no. You can just let me off at the next bus stop.
Waverly: Mr. Solo seems to have lost his tie tack. I hope the same can't be said of his life.
Dr. Febray: The devil with the accommodations. And these childish games, passing me off as a shah.
Illya: I once passed myself off as a Tibetan lama.
Illya: How long do we have before the gun is ready for testing again?
Dr. Febray: Oh, ten, fifteen minutes. But that's time enough for our escape, isn't it?
Illya: Well, it's not very much time.
Dr. Febray: During the fight I started, I grabbed these. Acid. When they're mixed, they explode.
Illya: I always say that when you're locked in an escape-proof room, it's good to have a physicist with you.