Cobra uses a fast food franchise to discreetly hide rockets across the United States!
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- The map of the United States is very poorly drawn.
- When Cutter, Lady Jaye and Flint step out of the restaurant, an A.S.P. fires laser bolts in front of them, but there is a massive explosion behind them.
- Tomax and Xamot make a point of distancing themselves from Cobra by pointing out that they merely represent Cobra as part of a business transaction, yet when Lady Jaye breaks into their offices, they confront her wearing Cobra uniforms.
- Flint is piloting a Dragonfly through Enterprise City and catches a glimpse of Cobra Commander on the TV in a girl's apartment. He then asks Breaker to patch him in to "VHF Channel 10". How could he possibly know what channel she was watching?
- Lady Jaye dares a Cobra trooper to shoot her by pointing out that he might hit the nose cone on one of the rockets, yet previously the Joe team is shown disarming the rockets, by blowing them up with lasers.
- She was daring them to risk a suicide tactic.
- Flint decides to disarm the rocket that Roadblock and the Crimson Twins are riding by firing a missile at it. Does this make any sense?
- It was a desperation tactic.
- Cobra's plot unravels when their strong-arm tactics on Roadblock's relatives bring in the Joes. But was that really necessary? They already have 149 rockets in place. Is one Red Rocket drive-thru out on a remote stretch of the Pacific Coast Highway that vital to their operation?
- Lady Jaye uses a javelin with an attached rope in this episode.
- The title is a reference to the The Star-Spangled Banner. "And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air".