The design for the iceberg set was inspired by the cover of a New Scientist magazine that David Kemper was reading on one of his trips from Los Angeles to Sydney.
When Anthony Simcoe was asked which alternate character he would like to play, he chose Jool so that he could have breasts.
Most of the footage in this scene is taken directly from the "Premiere" episode. Only Ben Browder's new lines were shot specifically for this episode.
Virginia Hey's sequences talking about Crichton were filmed when she visited the series to film her special guest star spot at the end of "John Quixote."
When David Kemper saw the documentary footage, he decided that this would be a new and different way to tell an episode of Farscape, leading to the "documentary episode" "A Constellation of Doubt."
Claudia Black was surprised to learn that the Costume Department expected that she would fit into one of Gigi Edgley's Chiana costumes.
Ben Browder sustained an injury to his hand during the filming of this sequence, when he and Claudia Black unfortunately mistimed her jump into his arms.
Although Raelee Hill did the mahority of her stuntwork herself, she let her stunt double do the walking across the glass wall in this alternate reality.
Originally David Kemper hoped that it would be possible to show the documentary footage about Crichton on screens within the iceberg set itself, but this wasn't logistically feasible.
The fight between Aeryn and Crichton had to be completely reshot. In the original episode, Rygel is in the scene part of the time.