The song used in the episode is "You've got to have friends" by Bette Midler.
The song used in the episode is "Girls like me" by Bonnie Hayes
The song used in the episode is "Lean on me" by Bill Withers.
Music used in the episode:
Still the same - Bob Seger
You can't always get what you want - The Rolling Stones
The Coyote does not appear in this episode.
It was revealed in this episode that Hardcastle had proposed to his late wife, Nancy, on Seagull Beach.
The character Deidre was suppose to be a semi-regular and a potential love interest for Harcastle. But the producers changed their mind.
The apron Hardcastle wears at the beginning of the episode reads "I've never met a burger I didn't eat".
Hardcastle plays with three others guys in a band named "Courthouse Racketeers".
Hardcastle wears a T-shirt that reads "Outlaw Rock –N- Roll".
The racecar Mark drives is #9 and is sponsored by Denco International.
Hardcastle wears a T-shirt at breakfast that reads "Take a judge to dinner and keep him for breakfast".
The license plate that Mark remembers is 552YMW.
The song used in the episode is "The boxer" performed by Joey Scarbury (the original version was sung by Simon and Garfunkel)
Hardcastle wears a t-shirt that reads "Lady Justice is a fox".
The t-shirt Hardcastle wears reads "Hizzoner!!!", a slang contraction for His Honor.
When J.J. was placed in the police car his hands were handcuffed in his back. But when Hardcastle and McCormick were playing their who has the lower pulse game, J.J. who also played had his hands in front of him.
Mark's identification from when he was in this prison was 6789, cell block C.