Goof: In the scene near the end where a large group of people show up in response to the audio signal being broadcast by the team, the people are shown as being handcuffed with zip-ties, though on many it is obvious that the actors are merely keeping their hands behind their back because the zip-ties are not done up.
When Crewman Sonntag attacks the agents, Ramsey's hands change position. First, they're covering his face, then they're outstretched in front of his chest.
Cavennaugh told Dr. Caffrey that if her aim was better, she might've put Gunneson down for good. He said for her to "aim for the ten-spot, the heart." Looking at the scene where she shot Gunneson, at least one of her shots when through the heart.
Molly: You had my house bugged?
Cavennaugh: Just interpreting your plan - safety of the team at all costs, right?
Ramsey (looking into Dr. Fenway's black bag, seeing baby carrots, a tennis ball, and a harmonica): I always wondered what doctors kept in their bags.
Fenway: So I heard you were getting hitched.
Lucas: That was the plan anyway.
Fenway: Well, if you're having second thoughts, you've got the perfect excuse.
Lucas: Which is what?
Ramsey: Alien invasion, jackass.
(the Threshold team is still looking for Gunneson)
Cavennaugh: We're getting warm. A couple of boys found a life boat from the Big Horn about a mile up the shore line.
Ramsey: Great. At least now we know he didn't walk on water.
Lucas: You know a cynic is an idealist with a broken heart.
Fenway: Thank you, Dr. Phil.
The Netherlands: January 7, 2008 on Veronica