Visible crew/equipment: Near the end of the episode, when the team, Baal and Adria are solving the puzzles in the cave. As the camera is focused on Sam and Mitchell, just to the left of the screen the camera crew can be seen, with sports trainers visible and camera equipment.
Factual error: In the scene where O'Neill and Maybourne are looking up NID flight plans, the plan viewed on the computer lists the destination airport as Minot Airport Base, but provides the airport code for McCarran International Airport (KLAS). It also lists non-existent runways, as in runway headings that do not exist anywhere in the world. (00:24:15)
Other mistake: In the last few minutes of this episode, Carter uses the DHD to dial home. She enters the first chevron, then the "Cannon" dies. And when she proceeds with the dialing,the first chevron is still encoded, and you can hear that she enters seven additional chevrons, which gives an equal of eight chevrons, and then engages the stargate. That would mean they are in another galaxy, referring to S02E15. In that episode they tried to dial the eight-chevron address from SGC but the computer wouldn't accept it. So, it is impossible that they would be in another galaxy.
Plot hole: The team go through the gate to disable a drone with the intention of being able to close the active Stargate, but once they go through in a submarine, the gate closes behind them, rendering the mission pointless. (00:24:18)
Other mistake: When Jonas says he has flashes of what's going to happen (and no-one believes him), Teal'c says they have encountered many strange phenomena but no-one who could see the future. Except Jack and Teal'c had a whole "Groundhog Day" episode where, because they were stuck in a loop, they could see the future. Carter then says it goes against all the laws of physics as we know them, despite knowing time travel and other things that break the laws of known physics exists.
Factual error: At the end of the episode General O'Neill is introduced to Joe's wife. He is introduced as General O'Neill, but his insignia on his dress blue uniform is a Colonel - an eagle, not a General's star.
Other mistake: When they are securing the base into three zones after already going into lockdown they secure zone one. Then zone three. Then zone two is secured. But because zone two is in between zones one and three it would already be secure. They are securing the zones from each other. Clearly showing O'Neill secure zone two with a closing bulkhead door displays the incompetence of one of the other two characters. (00:29:40 - 00:32:00)
Continuity mistake: As the female soldier approaches the gate when its first activated, an alien device is thrown through. You can see in the shot that the device will land much further away from her foot than what is shown when the shot changes. (00:02:25)