Voice of ROK, the main computer on Lunar Flight (uncredited)
Old Man #2 (uncredited)
Karl Malden (uncredited)
Woman in 'Moral Majority' Shirt (uncredited)
'Economy' Flight Attendant (uncredited)
Rag Reporter (uncredited)
Mrs. Seluchi (uncredited)
White-Haired Man in Airport (uncredited)
International Inquirer Reporter (uncredited)
Mary Mon Toy
Asian Lady (uncredited)
Lou B. Washington
Shuttle Ground Controller (uncredited)
Tourist with too many cameras (uncredited)
Ticket Agent (uncredited)
Hospital Dipstick Patient (uncredited)
Did you know?
At the Alpha Beta base, a technician tells Buck Murdock that the piece of equipment he is working on has red lights that go back and forth, but no other apparent purpose. This piece of equipment has been seen in many science fiction movies and television shows (including Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982), The Last Starfighter (1984) and an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)), but its function is never explained.
Right after they blow the computer, Ted tells Elaine she'd better check the readout. When she gets up, the back of her shirt is untucked. A moment later, when she is standing at the engineer's station, the back of her shirt is tucked in.
When Ted Stryker is attempting to land the shuttle, he makes reference to the events of Airplane! and talks about landing a Boeing 767 in Chicago. In "Airplane!" he was landing a Boeing 707. The Boeing 767 was not in service until 1982.
And how about the time we hopped in the family car and drove all the way to Woodstock?
Mrs. Hammen: Oh, that was a time. You got hold of that bad acid and didn't come down for two weeks, you kept telling everyone that you were Jesus Christ and then you jumped off a roof 'cause you thought you could fly!