When Mark and Lucas take the train, it starts out as a Denver Western & Rio Grande. When it pulls out from North Fork, it becomes a Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe.
During the fight, one of the cowboys is thrown back into a supposedly solid building, but it wobbles when he hits it.
Micah and Lucas go into the saloon at night to tell Gus and Vic to leave North Fork. However, the street scenes through the window once they're inside show daylight.
In various episodes this season, Mark refers to Lou Mallory as "Miss Mallory" when he talks to her or as "Lou" when he is talking to his father privately. In this episode Mark calls her "Miss Lou."
Goof: In the shootout between Lucas, Micah, and the bad guys, the light in the hotel, where Lucas was, would be shown in various scenes as off or on. When you saw it from the inside with Lucas, the light was on, but when you saw it from the outside looking in, the light was off.
Goof: When Bantry leaves the North Fork saloon, the left side of his mustache has come loose.
The character Robert Gray is miscredited as "Robert Gay" in the end credits.
When talking about a birthday party that he is going to, Mark mentions some new stuff that will be at the party, ice cream. The first U.S. patent for a small hand crank ice cream machine was in 1843 in Philadelphia.
When Bert shoots at the escaping Rudy, his gun is pointed far off to the left of Rudy. Somehow Bert still hits him.
In the scene at the waterhole where Lucas runs, he uses a large rock to leap at the gunman on the horse. But as the horse walks away, its foot hits the large rock, which slides on the ground. The way that it slides, shows that it is a fake rock, a TV prop for the scene.
When Lucas is on the trail of the horse and phantom, he comes across a plant. He grabs a bunch of the flowers and calls them jimson weed. However, the flowers he grabs are Baby's Breath, also known as Gypsophila.
The character Charlie Crown announces the title of this episode, with Lucas McCain being the tall man.
As Vashti is leaving toward the end of the episode, she throws her shawl on upside down. You can tell because the fringe that should be along the bottom of the shawl is on the top by her neck.
Mark visits the ranch and reads the sign that he and Lucas put up when they rebuilt the house. The sign places the house rebuilding (Season 1, episode 2) in August 1881.
Lucas names Simon Lee's father as the first man that he ever killed. Lucas killed him at the Battle of Gettysburg.
When the Boyles comes into North Fork, they say that the townspeople got up to see them. However, Mark is carrying his schoolbooks and never goes to school. Which means that it's later in the day, after school, which doesn't match with the earlier comment about it being the first thing in the morning.
Mark has his schoolbooks for the first half of the episode. Although he never leaves town, the schoolbooks suddenly disappear for the second half of the episode. At the end when Mark leaves in the wagon, the books aren't there.
When Mark gets onto the wagon at the end, the back is clearly empty. He and Lucas talk for a bit and then drive away in the wagon. In the long shot, there are now several full bags in the back of the wagon.
After Lucas fires on the three outlaws, shattering their canteens, they start walking and he mounts up. In the background behind Lucas, a plane can be seen flying left-to-right across the sky.