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In the final goodbye scene, all members of the original season 1 cast are present. Portia de Rossi is the only cast member added after Season 1 to appear.
The show finishes with Vonda Shepard singing "In the Neighbourhood," the first song ever played on this show.
Calista Flockhart has the last line on the show ever.
Elaine performs the song "Dance: 10; Looks: 3" from the musical A Chorus Line, a show about performers trying out for a perfectionist director. The musical first premiered on Broadway in 1975.
We learn that Nelle's real name is Morgan. Liza's first name is actually Debbie.
If both Victor and Ally are gone to the Bermudas, what happened to Maddie?
Ally's house is revealed to be at 1412 Dalton Lane.
A part of the scene where Todd accidentally hits Ally on the head with the bathroom stall door was cut out. The part that was not shown was after he hits her Clare pops out of another stall and accidentally pushes Ally with the stall door into Todd's arms. Embarassed by the situation she asks Todd to let her go but when he does she drops to the floor.
Similar to this episode, in the first season finale "These Are the Days," Ally petitions the court to allow two men to switch hearts when one, a family man, is dying from heart problems, and his single friend wants to give him his healthy heart.
In the end of the trial Richard says "winning streak extended to one." It supposed to be two, because he also won the Jane Wilco case on episode "Home Again" in the forth season.
Ally buys a house in this episode. But the original plans were for Ally to buy the house at the end of last season, and move in together with Larry. According to the July 10th edition of the National Enquirer, DEK had the original house destroyed because Calista would always cry when she saw the new set.
When Sydney is about to kiss John in the unisex, there are two shots in which you see a man enter. In one there is a shoulder, in the other a leg clearly enters the frame, but in successive shots the man isn't there.
Elaine's trophy says "Martini Bar", which is probably the bar's name (since it was never mentioned by name before).
Kimmie can only go on dates if her mother goes too. But in her first date with John, Lynnie is nowhere to be found. This is explained in this episode when John says her mother only starts to chaperone once the relationship deepens.
During the song that Nelle was singing, she sang that when she was 9 years old, her father left her. However, a year-and-a-half ago, she told John that her father left at the age of six.
Billy's tombstone reads 1968-2000. Since Ally often spoke of the time when they were both 8, this can't be true: Ally turns 30 a few episodes after this one.
Continuity error: While Ally is trying to give Billy CPR, the scarf she just removed is clearly visible hanging from her neck.
During his summation, Billy mentions Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire which aired a few months before this episode. But his tumor has him so confused, he actually had to confirm with Ally that the show actually aired.
Sandy buys her coffee from Ally but she doesn't pay. She walks off and the cash register is still on $1.25 from the last purchase.
In this episode, Nelle finds out John once hired a prostitute. Ally, Richard and the rest of the firm learned of John solicitation in the first season episode "Compromising Positions."