The final two episodes were supposed to revolve around the character of Victoria, but Melina Kanakaredes (who played Victoria) was unavailable for filming.
Ray Kowalski: You ever feel like you don't know who you are? Like if you weren't around somebody, or that somebody wasn't around you, that you wouldn't be you, or at least not the "you" that you think you are? Do you ever feel like that?
Margaret Thatcher: Never.
Ray Kowalski: Me neither.
Francesca Vecchio: What do you think of me?
Benton Fraser: What do I think of you?
Francesca Vecchio: Okay ...
Benton Fraser: I'm not sure what it is you're asking me.
Francesca Vecchio: I guess, that pretty much sums up what you think of me.
Fraser is sitting on a lake ice fishing.
Benton Fraser: Ice fishing takes patience.
Ray Kowalski: Yah. Well, you gonna need a lot of that, Fraser, cause there ain't no fish in here.
Benton Fraser: How do you know that, Ray?
Ray Kowalski: Cause it's the city reservoir. Drinking water, no fish.
Benton Fraser: Oh.
Ray Kowalski: You're o.k.?
Benton Fraser: Yah. Just ...
Ray Kowalski: What?
Benton Fraser: I'm homesick.
Delmar's story about a Argentine soccer team eating each other up on top of a mountain is an allusion to an incident in 1972 involving the members of an Uruguayan rugby team who had survived a plane crash in the Andes and were finally forced to eat their dead buddies. This story was told in the movie Alive.