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Trivia: Velma's famous line, "My glasses; I can't see without them!" was coined from her voice actress Nicole Jaffe when she lost her glasses during a recording session and then uttered of what became to be famous catchphrase of the bespectacled character. The writers liked the phrase so much that they decided to put the iconic scenes of Velma losing her glasses during the show.
Trivia: When Peter Parker is testing the costume changing capabilities of the symbiote, he suggests "that guy from Aerosmith," and materializes a suit similar to what Joe Perry from Aerosmith wears. Joe Perry composed the theme song for this show. (00:14:20)Phaneron
Trivia: When the Captain Scarlet series was sold to TV broadcasters, ITC (who had backed and then marketed the series) issued a "recommended broadcast order". This was not always the same order as the episodes had been made. Episodes 1 to 4 were made and broadcast "in sequence", but from episode 5 this no longer applied. Episode 11 ("Avalanche") was the 5th to be broadcast, swapping places with the episode "Point 783" which was the 5th to be made, but the 11th to be broadcast.
Trivia: Nergal is the villain introduced in this episode. "Nergal" originally was the name of the Babylonian God of Fire and Guardian of the Underworld. In the Bible, he is one of the demons allied with Satan himself. In the series Nergal is associated with the underworld and fire.
Trivia: Ambush Bug goes up to Aquaman and says that he can't believe that he's actually talking to Ted McGinley. Aquaman asks who Ted McGinley is with Ambush Bug saying that he's the greatest actor ever. Aquaman was voiced by Ted McGinley and even broke character by talking in his own voice.
Trivia: Pink Arcade: When the Pink Panther carries the bowling bowl to the table, look behind him and you can see the back glasses of two pinball machines spell out the name "Yakutis" - a reference to the long-time DePatie-Freleng layout artist and story man Tom Yakutis.