The interior of Flo's house is the same set as the Kelso house from "Seance of Terror".
Goof: Set rigging and black wires are clearly visible in close-ups of the missile in flight.
Goof: Dr. Bleaker traps Wonder Woman inside a cylinder just in front of the door to his lair. After she escapes from the cylinder, it suddenly disappears from the next shot, where Wonder Woman and Tina fight off Bleaker's goons.
When Wonder Woman comes to rescue Tina, Bleaker drops a net and Wonder Woman tells Tina to cross her arms to repel the net but before she does, she runs under the net before crossing her arms. If the net wasn't coming down over her,it seems strange that she would run underneath it.
Goof: After Wonder Woman jumps down into the fake lab, she grapples with one of Furst's goons. For a split second, when Furst throws something at her, Wonder Woman is alone on screen. The shot then changes back to her and the goon again as the item hits the wall behind them.
The flute music played in the background during the séance is the same music played by Hamlin Rule to hypnotize his victims in the episode "The Pied Piper" from Season 2.
Diana Prince is dropped from a very high elevation in an attempt to kill her and yet, she survives without a scratch. As she hits the ground and starts rolling, the rolling apparently is enough to transform her in Wonder Woman.
Goof: The first ambassador is handed three photographs and drops one outside the car. In the car, he still has three photographs in long shots but only two in close-ups.
After Diana notices Steve misses his meeting with her in the night club, she goes outside to turn into Wonder Woman. There is clearly another person dressed as Diana who comes out and turns into Wonder Woman.
Once again, the octagonal shaped set is redressed and reused in this episode. It was seen previously in "Diana's Disappearing Act", "The Deadly Toys", and "The Return of Wonder Woman" episode.
Wonder Woman has a hard time keeping up with a fast moving bus (and in fact she can't keep running after it), and yet, in the episode "Death in Disguise" she ran 47 miles in 4 minutes to get to I.R.A.C. before it gets destroyed.
When Havitol informs Wonder Woman that the bomb is set to take out IRAC, he tells her she must travel 48 miles in 4 minutes to stop its detonation in time, adding she may be fast but not that fast. Wonder Woman makes the trip on foot (and leaping) and arrives with enough time to locate the bomb before it detonates. Given the time and distance this means Wonder Woman would had to have traveled at speeds upward of 720 mph!
This was the only confirmation of how truly fast Wonder Woman was during the series run.
It is obvious that the producers thought the US government had very relaxed security. It seems so easy to get into the IRAC room through the vents and easy to get back out and easy to impersonate a janitor. In earlier episodes, security was much tighter with guards at doors etc.
When the goons go into the lab for the first time, they walk down a hall which is identical to the hall seen in the previous episode with the exception that the walls are now just grey instead of red.
This is the first appearance of "Rover", the dog-like computer that is tied to IRAC.
Wonder Woman realizes she must break the electrical cables in order to stop the bomb's timer. As she jumps up to break them in half with her hand, an obvious seam is visible in the cables.
When Wonder Woman is "fighting" the red laser inside Havitol's hideout, the floor and the walls behind her suddenly become safety mats.
Strangely, when Wonder Woman leaves the thief to rescue the construction worker, she does not command him to "remain where he is" while under the influence of the Golden Lasso as this allows the thief to escape.
In this episode, we have definite confirmation that IRA knows Diana Prince's secret.
Watch Diana closely as she's about to turn into Wonder Woman outside of La Maison Verte, she reaches up to remove glasses she isn't wearing.
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