(in the airplane)
Passenger: Me and the whole family watched you walk on the moon. Hey that was exciting. Where are you thinking about going next?
Steve: Well... I'm working on making it up to the little boys room.
The small country by the sea seen at the beginning of the episode is supposed to be in the Caribbean. It is actually Monte Carlo, in Europe.
When Steve is rescued by the blue helicopter, it's quite obvious that the person inside the cage is actually a dummy.
Trivia: We learn that Steve's bionics are ineffective in cold.
As Steve tries to impress Susan Abbott with his guitar playing, his bionic hand begins strumming so quickly that the eye could barely follow. However, his biological left hand was working the frets of the guitar equally fast.
Trivia: This was the first episode in which the "bionic eye" sound effect was used.
This is the first episode in which the iconic "NA-na-na-na-na" sound effect was used, but it wasn't used to accent one of Steve Austin's moves. It was used to accent the attacks of the Major Sloan robot.
When Steve kicks the car upside down, on the side of the car we can see the shadow of the chain and metal bar used to flip it.
After Steve has dropped the steel girder, it bounces & wiggles as if made out of rubber.
In the beginning, the robot's makers are showing the robot a photograph that is different from the closeup photo of Steve Austin that the robot is viewing in the next shot.
Although both Athena 1 and Athena Rescue were supposed to be docked at Skylab, the model always showed only one Apollo-style capsule and service module on the Multiple Docking Adapter.
After Steve is shot from the submarine, the missile floats to a stop on the shore line. In the next frame, he exits the missile, on dry land.
When Steve returns to the house to rescue the people being rounded up, he approaches a truck and rips the door off to get to the thug inside. As he does so, the cable used to do the actual ripping off of the door is clearly visible, attached to the top of the door.
When Steve's high school yearbook is shown, it shows it was signed by Jaime Sommers. However, her name is spelled "Jamie" instead of Jaime.
In the flashback Jamie is in the operating room being prepared for the cryogenic operation that should bring her back to life. Medically she's dead although her brain still has oxygen, but in a closeup you can see that her right eye is moving under the eyelid.
When Steve is being rescued by the helicopter you can see that the person being lifted up is from a different shoot and the helicopter has been pasted underneath.
In an odd lack of continuity, the flashback scenes at the beginning of the episode very clearly show Alan Oppenheimer playing Rudy Wells; however minutes later Wells is played by Martin E. Brooks.
When Steve is bionically maneuvering his wheelchair to the hospital building where he sees Jaime, he uses his left (non-bionic) arm to turn a corner. The problem is, you still hear the bionic sound effect.
When Steve sees Jaime for the second time, he confronts Rudy and Oscar in an emotional and dramatic (albeit poorly acted) scene at the hospital. At one point in his monologue, Lee Majors turns suddenly and clearly says "Oscar!" while looking at Rudy. He then pauses for half a second, looks confused, and turns to look at Oscar. He then looks back at Rudy and says, "Rudy!" It's so funny when you watch it several times. Majors obviously screwed up his line, became aware of it, and attempted to salvage the scene. I guess the director either didn't notice it, or figured that the viewers would chalk it up to Steve's confused state of mind.
It is said during the beginning of the episode that John Perry's group will be playing at Anderson Air Force Base in Guam. However, the announcer at the Guam airport announces that the flight is arriving from Andrews Air Force Base, but Andrews AFB is in Maryland.