TRIVIA: In one of Zack's flashbacks, a clip of a past episode is shown and Jessica Alba's brother Joshua is shown in his role of Krit.
Original Cindy (covering for Max being late to work): She's been acting strange at home lately. She keeps going on about these violent, work-related fantasies that she's been having. I hate to think what's going to happen if she finds out that she's been fired.
Normal: Did you say violent?
Max (questioning Sketchy): I promise you, if you don't tell me in five seconds I'm gonna introduce your face to your colon.
Zack: Look at me. What did they do to me? What am I?
Max (putting his hand on her chest): Feel that? That's you in there. You saved my life. That's who you are. You're someone who will sacrifice everything to protect the ones you love.
Max (about Zack): I need him, Logan. Now more than ever, I don't want to lose him. But I can't risk losing you.
Zack: Do I know you?
Max: No. I don't think so.
Max (voiceover at end): I think about Zack every day and I just hope that he's safe and happy, living the normal life he always wanted, the life he deserves to have. Letting him go was the hardest thing I've ever done. But sometimes you have to make sacrifices to protect the ones you love. I learned that from my brother.
Alec: There goes her knight in shining armor. God forbid our little Max has to lug a big, heavy pitcher of beer with her delicate little hands.
Zack: I always liked Sketchy...I think.
Sketchy: What, are you kidding? Back when he was a Jam Pony hump, this generous man showed me some tight shortcuts through downtown. Helped me shave hours off my workday.
Max: Giving you extra time to nap and get high.
Bird: Yeah. And she took off with our boy. I saw.
Eddie: I want him back. He cost me a pretty penny, and...I--I miss him, I do.
Max: Guess we're just gonna have to get their attention, then.
Alec: Please tell me you're gonna get naked.
Original Cindy (yelling): Sketchy!
Sketchy: You bellowed, your original-ness?
Original Cindy: Tell Max what you told me about those guys that kicked your butt.
Sketchy: It's been a pretty violent month for the Sketchmeister. Could you be a tad more specific?
Original Cindy: Sit down, six dollar man.
This is a reference to the TV series, The Six Million Dollar Man, which ran from 1974-1978. The series followed Colonel Austin, played by Lee Majors, as an astronaut injured in a plane crash. His damaged parts were replaced by experimental bionic limbs, including his right arm, his left eye, and both legs and these bionics gave him superpowers.