Corrected entry: In the scene where Dick plays racquetball with Jeff, before the game Dick is not wearing a watch. When he comes out of the game (screaming "I won, I won!") he is wearing a watch on his left wrist. Credit goes to my brother Jason for spotting this one. (00:05:30 - 00:06:20)
Corrected entry: In the intro the characters are described with their function (high commander, military officer, etc.). And when they show Harry you hear "well, they had an extra seat" making it look like Harry went along for fun and isn't important. But he is the transmitter and he had to go with them or they wouldn't be able to make contact with their home planet. So he's not just "an extra seat" as is said in the intro.
Corrected entry: At the end of the show the aliens leave and Dick chops Mary's neck to supposedly help her forget he ever existed. However, what about all the others? It makes no sense to make Mary forget them when everyone else would still remember them. How could she explain not knowing Dick when she would invariably have his stuff around or hear others talking about them?
Corrected entry: In this episode the aliens are talking about what the average American does. One thing mentioned is divorce. One out of every 4 Americans is divorced, and Harry wants to be the one. However in an earlier episode Dick finds out he has a wife and it is said that he will divorce her. Thus they already have a divorcee...Dick. Since he was already divorced, Dick should have remembered.
Corrected entry: In the episode, The Solomons and Dr. Albright go on a "Murder Mystery Weekend". Toward the end of the episode Tommy and Sally are in a hallway upstairs. Sally is carrying a lit candle. Tommy says to stop waving it under her face because it makes her look spooky. Suddenly the lit candle disappears, never to be seen again - the only place it might have been put is a long table to Sally's right, about 5ft away with some kind of arrangement on it, but it's not there.
Corrected entry: When Dick and Harry call the radio show to try and win Gordon Lightfoot tickets, the DJ asks them to correctly identify Lightfoot's first single in order to win the tickets. Harry answers with "If You Could Read My Mind" and wins. "If You Could Read My Mind" was not Gordon Lightfoot's first single, it was his fifteenth.