Trivia: When Jeff Randall goes to the "Glasgow Tenement" (just after the opening title sequence) watch the graffiti on the walls behind him. One piece of graffiti shows the "stick man" logo from "The Saint", over which is is written the words "IS BENT". This was an in-joke by the crew of Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) as, at the time (September 1968) they were filming back-to-back episodes of "Randall & Hopkirk" and Roger Moore in "The Saint" at Elstree Studios - even to the extent of using the same props and scenery.
Trivia: A sequel to the original film, titled "The Power of the Dark Crystal," was initially planned. However, the film spent many years in development hell with several different writers and directors being attached at different points. Eventually, French director Louis Letterier became attached to the project around 2012, and it was subsequently retooled into this prequel series for Netflix. "The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance" was finally released in the Summer of 2019 - almost 37 years after the original debuted in Winter, 1982.TedStixon
Trivia: The song playing on the radio when Rosebud breaks in, 'I'd Take a Bite of the Moon For You,' references the episodes 'Alone Together' and 'Tick Vs. Chairface Chippendale.' The song playing when El Seed breaks into the botanical gardens is a jazzy version of the show's theme song.Brian Katcher
Trivia: When Barry is checking the results of his tests in the police lab, he turns to the computer to view the screen.The camera changes to see the screen, and for just a moment (just a few frames) we see what was on the screen before his results - a couple of stolen car reports, one of which is that of "Joliet Jake Blues" (from the Blues Brothers movie). And yes, the car and licence are the same as in the movie.I don't know what the connection is; I assume someone on the crew loved that movie. (01:12:00)DavidRTurner