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Dr. Sahmbi's Trax program, on which the name of the series is based, stands for Trans-Time Research and Experimentation.
Darien's futuristic "special abilities" include a high IQ, speed memorization, fast sprinting and long distance running, the ability to hold his breath for up to six minutes, and the ability to slow down images. He also has a heart rate of 35 beats per minute and a life expectancy of 120 years.
As a child, Darien chose his own name. His first name came from a war hero from 2129, and his last name came from his birth mother's maiden name.
Selma's name is an acronym for Specified Encapsulated Limitless Memory Archive.
Goof; The British police have been at New Scotland Yard, a modern skyscraper since 1967, not Scotland Yard, the old building named and shown in the episode.
Goof: London has not had fogs since the passage of the Clean Air Act 1956.
Selma shows the following profile data on Dr. Alistair G. Alwyn: previous arrests - genetic fraud, manufacture of illegal chemicals; NHA ID 335-56-6482; education - Choate University, Harvard University; security level - AA Level 4.S1.; position last held - Professor of Chemistry, M.I.T.; DNA scan type - AZ Constant; height - 6'1"; hair - brown; eyes - hazel; brain rotation scan - 290.56; crime - wrongful death.
Criminal profile of Andrei Mikolovich projected by SELMA is nearly identical to that one of Dr. Alistair G. Alwyn, a future fugitive from the previous episode 'The Mysterious Stranger'. The only data that is different: previous arrests - Murder. Previously escaped from Jankow termination ward; position last held - Federation Agent; DNA brain rotation scan - 220.90; crime - murder.
Curiously, their NHA (Northern Hemispheric Alliance ) ID number is identical which it really shouldn't be if the ID number is equivalent to a social security number which must be unique to each citizen.
Goof: as Burke's computer gives a signal of being hacked by Lambert a boom mike can be seen briefly at the top left of the frame.
Data for Gandolf Reicher's criminal profile is again reused from previous episodes. The only information that is different is previous arrests (Murder; subsequently assigned to mental institution) and position last held (Artist Manager).
Trivia: Selma generates a sound pulse at 60000 MHz (or 60Ghz), this is the same frequency that is used for short range microwave data communication.
Trivia: At the start of this episode, SELMA states Darien is watching Australian football. He is actually watching a game called rugby league.
Trivia: Mace's equivalent of Selma is CINDI (Consumer Information Network Data Interface).
Trivia: The character Darien is chasing at the start is Henry Sabot. A Sabot is a device used to help light or small projectiles down a gun barrel, or from a crossbow.
Trivia: The R.N. after Kathryn Logan's name stands for Registered Nurse.
Trivia: Darien uses the alias Daniel Lang in this episode.
Trivia: Darien uses the alias Don Logan, in this episode.
Darien: Ernest, the janitor at Trax.
Joey Miller: Yeah, you know, he's got that son, a boxer, the one you helped out once.
This is a reference to the eighth episode of season one, where Darien Helps out Ernest's son.
Trivia: Joey Miller uses a computer similar to Darien's SELMA. Miller version is called IRV, or Integrated Reference Vortex.
Goof: When Parker is shooting things around the cabin, he turns and shoots, but the target and explosion are exactly the same as the first thing that he shot.
Trivia: Koalas are native to Australia, and Papua New Guinea is close to Australia, it cannot support the Koala as mentioned in this episode.