In the original episode right before David goes off on Brandon on the air, Knockin on Heavens's Door(Gun's-N-Roses) is playing on the radio. However, on the DVD it is a different song that plays during the scene.
Scott dies in this episode.
Mel: The human spirit has a remarkable capacity to recuperate. They taught us that in dental school, but then again they were talking about gingivitis.
Brandon: Look, David, we're putting out this issue with a tribute to Scott.
David: Why? So people can glance at it and then throw it in the garbage?
Brandon: No, so people can get some idea about who he was.
David: Look, he was a jerk, okay? He was a jerk who blew himself away, that's who he was. You don't know. You left early. You missed out on the fun part when he picked up a loaded gun and twirled it around like he was Wyatt Earp. You weren't there to see him goof up and bleed all over his mom's Persian rug.
Brandon Walsh: David, the microphone is on.
David: I don't care. No-one gave a rat's ass about Scott until he died. And I was the worst one of all! He was my best friend and I dropped him! Because he wasn't cool like you or Kelly or Steve.
David: So they're looking at me. So what? They've been looking at me for days, Brandon! "Oh, poor David, is he going to be okay? I hope he hasn't cracked up yet." I can't even walk through the halls without someone in my face trying to cheer me up like they're my new best friend! Well what about my old best friend? It doesn't matter what you write about him in that paper, Brandon. It doesn't matter what you say about someone once they're gone. What matters is how you treat them when they're still here.
David: I guess you can quote me on that.
Donna: You can come with us you know.
David: I think I should stay here, I promised his cousin I'd teach her how to freak.
This Is My Country performed by WBHS Choir
Friends In Low Places by Garth Brooks
Work It Out by Monie Love
Somewhere performed by WBHS Choir
In Your Room by The Bangles
Knockin' on Heaven's Door by Guns N' Roses
Original UK airdate Saturday July 11th 1992 5.15pm - 6.05pm ITV
This is Douglas Emerson's final episode.
James Eckhouse and Carol Potter do not appear in this episode.