When Jim punches Dimas and knocks him over the stairs, Dimas' feet go high over the banister. However, in the next shot, they are instantly threaded between the banister poles.
Gadgets: Thermite tape, thermite stick, flammable powder
Disguises: anthropologist Dr. Marvin Gentry
Jim: Anyway, doctor, we'd like to ask this man some questions as soon as you think it's advisable.
Liebig: You may ask any questions you like, but there will be no answers. He is dead.
Artie: Naomi. "My sweetness." That's what Naomi means in Hebrew, did you know that?
Naomi: And what does Artemus mean?
Jim: It means "He who wastes little time."
Commercial breaks: ll: Senator Buckley, ul: Artie in disguise, ur: Dimas, lr: Senator Buckley with his son
Richard Kiel has previously played Voltaire, Dr. Loveless' gigantic sidekick, in several of the Doctor's early appearances. His character here is no relation.