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The song "Perhaps, Perhaps" that is heard in this episode is the theme song for Coupling, the UK sitcom. Lindsay Price starred in the US remake as Jane Honda.
Kat's real name is Katherine.
The business card of Darryl Van Horne's divorce lawyer reads:
66603 East York, Blvd. New York, NY 10021
o: 212-555-0158 t: 212-555-0188
Ivanka Sokolav, ESQ
News Headlines on Sebastian Hart:
• Millionaire Death Remains a Mystery
• Local Millionaire Drowns
• Town Council Debates Sale of Lenox Mansion
When Roxie first meets Darryl at his mansion, he has short hair, but in all of his other scenes, he has longer hair, even though those moments supposedly happen in the same day or the day after.
Film Difference: In the movie, the three women didn't have distinct individual powers. In the pilot, Kat can control nature (specifically cause earthquake and lightning), Roxie has visions of the future, and Joanna can hypnotize people into submission.
Film Difference: Felicia Alden, Bun Waverly's counterpart in the film, falls down the stairs after slipping on necklace beads. In the pilot, she is attacked by red ants as soon as Kat, Roxie, and Joanna made their wishes by the fountain.
Film Difference: In the film, the three women are friends right from the beginning. In the pilot, they became friends only after having drinks at Roxie's.
Film Difference: Sukie Ridgemont, Kat's counterpart in the film, has six children and is left by her husband. In the pilot, Kat lives with her husband and has five children. In the movie, Sukie is a newspaper writer while Kat is a nurse in the series.
Film Difference: Jane Spofford, Joanna's counterpart in the film, is a divorcee and a music teacher. In the pilot, Joanna is single and a newspaper writer.