Rouna Daley does not appear in this episode.
Molly: (talking about the nature of small-town, close-knit communities, and how the occurences in one's life are known and affect the rest of the community) It's sort of scary; yet good too, comforting.
Visting hours at the hospital are from 1-3 p.m.
Andy coached Peter's football team, with Elaine supplying the food and drink.
Peter Gleeson lives with his father. When Frank goes to see him, Peter is reading Playboy magazine.
Townspeople referred to include Wally Poe (who drives a taxi/courier), Don Erikson, the Hartimans, Bill Simmons, and Mrs. Simmons. Harry White is the coroner. Ian Sutton refers to Jack Pierson, saying that he had to go five miles down the highway to see him.
Nurse Hammond's first name is Susan. She has children.
Terence mentions the Brotherhood of St. Lawrence (in Sydney).
East of Wandin Valley is Sydney. It is six-hours drive.
Vicky's father was the local vet for many years in Wandin Valley.
Vicky is twenty-five years old.
Beverly, the town's telephone switchboard operator, is first mentioned. She was, subsequently, frequently mentioned (but never seen) throughout the series.
Molly's welcome gifts from the townspeople are strawberry jam (from Mrs. Parks), homemade scones (from Mrs. Allen), and scolded cream (from John Barr).
Andy and Elaine lived at 24 Holt Street, Wandin Valley. They were married fifteen years.
A blonde nurse is seen at the hospital.
"Doris" was played by Mr. Max Tuxford's "Suzie".
First appearance of Gordon Piper in the series.