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The guy serving coffee says that he is from Uniontown. Uniontown is the capital of Fayette county and is located about 50 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. The nearest attractions are Fort Necessity, where George Washington commanded troops during the French and Indian War; and Fallingwater, a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
It's revealed that Montana's real name is Sally Lerner, and her mother's name is Louise Lerner. It's also alluded that Marsh is her father, but it's not a sure thing.
It's revealed that Kelly's middle name is Marcia.
Continuity goof: At least twice in this episode it is mentioned that Chuck went to Minneapolis after leaving Pittsburgh. However in the pilot episode, he says that he went to Denver, then Minneapolis.
Craig St. Claire mentions a "Monroe's" on Liberty Avenue. Liberty Avenue is a main thoroughfare in Pittsburgh that connects Downtown to the eastern neighborhoods of the city. It was once famous (or infamous) as being the city's sleaze center, although it has mostly been cleaned up by now. Although there is no "Monroe's" on Liberty Avenue, people working in Downtown offices might very well go to a restaurant located on the street.
It's revealed that Marsh is 60.
Charisma Carpenter (Brooke)'s son in this episode is named Xander, which was also the name of her character's boyfriend on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Beginning with this episode, the opening scene is accompanied by a voice-over saying "Back to You is recorded in front of a live studio audience".
The panoramic view of Pittsburgh used as the background for the newsroom set was taken by Pittsburgh freelance photographer Roy Engelbrecht.
WURG is supposedly Channel 9, and Kelly mentions that she has an offer from Channel 7. In fact, Pittsburgh has neither a channel 7 nor a channel 9. The VHF stations in Pittsburgh are Channel 2 (KDKA, CBS affiliate); Channel 4 (WTAE, ABC affiliate); Channel 11 (WPXI, NBC affiliate); and Channel 13 (WQED, PBS affiliate).