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.
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.
Trivia: We learn that Steve's bionics are ineffective in cold.
(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.