Trivia: The Liberty Island Checkpoint is numbered 20-36, a clue toward the next episode, "Letters of Transit."
Trivia: The Observer can be seen directly behind Jones as he meets Colonel Broyles.
Trivia: The glyph code for this episode is SIMON.
Agent Farnsworth: I don't like funerals. I never know what I'm supposed to say.
Lincoln: There's nothing you can say.
Walter: It's a miracle we made it in one piece. You drive like a daredevil.
Astrid: For the eleventh time, Walter, I was driving the speed limit.
Walter: Most automobile fatalities occur between work and home.
Astrid: Yeah, so does most driving.
Walter: Bones in the lower half of his body are completely shattered. Feel this.
Peter: Oh, please, can I?
Walter: He's dead, Peter, you can't hurt him.
Peter: Not really what I was concerned about.
Guard: Are you on any medications?
Walter: Several. Mostly recreational.
Walter: Ah, my escort is here. And by escort, I don't mean prostitute.
Bolivia: Do you think that someone could have caused this?
Walter: On purpose? Anything's possible, even Santa Claus.
Bolivia: A hand.
Walter: I removed it from one of the victims from our side.
Lincoln: You couldn't bring over a casserole, but a severed hand is okay?
David Robert Jones: Love makes us vulnerable. But it also makes us human, I suppose.
Bolivia: You know, Walter, you can stay at my place tonight if you like. I have a spare room.
Walter: I appreciate that. Thank you. And I shall refrain from sleeping naked.
Bolivia: Well, that is good to know.
Walter: Some people swear by hair of the dog, but I prefer Nature's sponge, the egg.
Walter: Don't judge him. No one can be certain exactly what they're capable of. How far they'll go to save the ones they love. I know this more than most.
Canada: April 13, 2012 on Citytv
UK: April 18, 2012 on Sky1
Germany: August 13, 2012 on ProSieben
Finland: March 13, 2013 on MTV3