Goof: In the Season 1 episode "Love Among the Ruins," Benton tells Jeanie a story about his medical school graduation, but in this episode he says that he did not go to his med school graduation.
Carter and TC have a discussion about the NBA playoffs but fail to mention the Bulls who were the dominant team in the NBA at the time. This is surprising because there are other references to the Bulls success during this season.
Goof: After Harper dumps Carter, there is a shot over Harper's left shoulder of Carter, and then she turns to leave. The camera then cuts to a shot of Harper from behind and to the right of Carter, and she turns to leave again.
Doug's father mentions that Doug is 34 years old.
When Benton and Vucelich are talking in the lounge, they stand in front of a locker with the name "L Gentile" on it, honoring Dr. Lance Gentile, a writer, director, technical advisor, and producer of ER.
Goof: Carter's hickey was on the right side of his neck but later when he was covering it up with a bandage the bandage was on the left side of his neck.
Goof: The helicopter in this episode had no broadcasting equipment located in the interior. This is very unusual because all major news networks need tools other that what their reporters are holding.
Goof: The helicopter in this episode supposedly flies for "Channel 5 TV." However, the chopper has no identifying exterior markings showing its affiliation to the TV station.
Goof: During the scene in the tunnel, steam can be seen coming from the water, showing that the water is heated.
The song Susan is singing to Little Susie at the end of the episode, "Blackbird" by the Beatles, is the same one she, Chloe, and Chuni sang when the baby was delivered in the Season 1 episode "Motherhood."
Following the fight in the parking garage, Eriq LaSalle mutters the "s" word under his breath.
A TIPS (transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt) procedure involves putting a wire stent from the hepatic vein through the liver to the portal vein.
AZT (azidothymidine), one of Chia-Chia's medications, is credited as being the first approved antiviral drug for HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus).
Goof: In this episode, Weaver tells Benton that on her first day she only upset Doug so far, but her argument with him occurs later in the episode. The scene was either moved around during editing or there was another argument that was cut from the episode.
Goof: Carter tells Benton that his arrival at the hospital was delayed by Hurricane Phyllis. There never has been a hurricane named Phyllis. The National Hurricane Center uses a rotating list of storm names over a six year cycle, and "Phyllis" has never been on any of their lists.
Morgenstern left in Season 1 for a job in Boston, and was replaced by Dr. Swift. In this episode, Morgenstern is back, as if he never left. His return is not explained until the next episode, "Summer Run."