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When Carol is attacked in her apartment, the thug is at first holding a revolver. Soon afterwards, however, the thug is seen holding a semiautomatic pistol.
When Stone and Robbins are driving to Helsey's office, they appear to be driving a 1973 Ford LTD. However, a shot seen soon afterwards is apparently that of a 1971 Ford Galaxie 500.
The ambulance that takes Robbins to the hospital has a California license plate that has three numbers and then three letters, which would seem to indicate a civilian vehicle. Since the ambulance is an emergency vehicle, its license plate should presumably (at least by mid-1970s California standards) consist of an enclosed "E" followed by six numbers.
When Insp. Robbins asks Keller if Mike likes to fish, he says, "The only thing he catches is in handcuffs." Yet in earlier episodes Stone goes on fishing trips.
Don Gordon is rather obviously doubled in the fight scene that ends with his character crashing through a window.
Women weren't allowed within the sacristy at that time, and a layperson wouldn't have been asked to go in and prepare the altar linens, so the ploy at the end of the episode would not have worked.
Bishops don't wear a huge button-fixed cross on their civvies.
The story of this episode would be later used in another Quinn Martin series, The Runaways, in the episode The Breaking Point.
The inscribed pen stolen by the youthful killer is a gift from the senior class of 1973—this was given to him "last year", making it a year off.
We learn Stone's license plate is 754 MIB.
Stone and Keller's ride for this season was a 1975 Ford LTD sedan. The Galaxie 500 model was dropped after 1974.
There's no way Keller could've parked the LTD next to the curb the way he pulled up in the final "Hassle" sequence outside Lee's wines and liquors.
The green touch tone phone that Keller talks to Alice on is not connected to anything.
There is no red light on top of Keller's car when they show up at the bust until the close up.
Both Dennis Cole's and Michael Douglas' hair length defies their believability as Air Force personnel.
When Stone hands Myrna the toy boat from the bag the sails are not connected to the mast. The next shot of a grateful Myrna shows the sails are reconnected.
In the Candlestick scene, when "Johnny" leaves his seat (and is then kidnapped) there is no one on the field and no one in the stands in the background. When we see the parking lot in the next scene, there are no cars anywhere.
Notice that when Brenda Vaccaro approaches the bad guy's limo at the Palace of Fine Arts, the rear window is open. Switch to Michael Douglas watching from his car. When Brenda arrives, the rear window is up.
Stone and Keller's ride for this season. was a brown colored 1974 Ford Galaxie 500 4-door hardtop. This was the last time that the inspectors used a Ford Galaxie 500.
When Stone flashes his credentials to Ms. Sterling, his police I.D. card indicates he has "Star No. 2248" but the actual badge, visible just below, shows no. 897. The listed chief of police, Donald M. Scott, was true at the time.