Charles: (To Eric) Annie has a sister. (To Annie) I know this must change the way you look at me.
Annie: Yes, maybe it does. Maybe it's the first time I've looked at you as a person and not just my father. And I love you more than ever for always trying to do the right thing. Because really that's the only way to live without... regret.
Ruthie: You wants us to tell you about the one that got sent off to Buffalo?
Annie: (Shocked) No! I'm his only daughter! I'm his only daughter!
Eric: I noticed your name is not on Ruthie's petition?
Robbie: No, I don't put my name on anything like that. I'm not even registered to vote.
Eric: That's criminal.
Robbie: In America?
Eric: In this house! Register to vote, today!
Robbie: It's not voting season.
Eric: Do you like living here?
Robbie: Yeah, I love living here. I just don't want to register to vote. I feel like it puts me on some government's list.
Eric: You are! You are on the governments list of registered voters.
This episode had a bunch of stars who were in the Star Trek franchise. Both Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks were in the Star Trek films. Michael Dorn was Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Graham Jarvis, Brenda Strong and Michelle Phillips made guest appearances on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Jessica Biel (Mary Camden) does not appear in this episode, and therefore is not credited.
Finland: Oct 25, 2009 on TV2
Carlos Amerzgua who plays the reporter in this episode, is the co-anchor on KTLA morning news.
In Germany this episode is known as, "The Case of the Upholder of Moral Standards," translated.
John Hamilton (Chaz Lamar Shepherd) does not appear in this episode.