Sweetwater, Idaho is a very small town in the central part of the state along US 95, about a half hour from the Washington/Idaho border. After John left the Barkers, he was waiting for a ferry. There are no crossings at the state line that require to transverse via boat. Only one crossing has a bridge.
Has anybody, anywhere, seen a cupcake with an expiration date on the bottom of the little cup thingy? It's pretty rare, so the Conspiracy must have been really unlucky to find a shop that sells them like that. In fact, why wouldn't they just make some homemade cupcakes to continue the ruse?
Don't any of the other guys at the corral wonder who "Lorne" and John are? Are they in on the whole thing too, or can just anybody wander in and start breaking horses?
Lt. Avery: (to John) You're a regular "Where's Waldo?", you know that? All you have to do is show up at a crime scene, sooner or later I find you.
Stella: You hacked into the phone company? That's illegal.
John: Call the cops.
John: (waking up) What...? Where...?
Yellow Teeth: The story of your life.
When John realizes the Barkers may be fakes, he drops the muffin and on the bottom it says "Best before Nov 15" which is the night the episode originally aired.
John Walsh is billed as "Special Guest" for the "Most Wanted" bit at the beginning. Of course, Fox also airs America's Most Wanted.
William Forsythe as Digger and Sprague Grayden as Karen don't appear in this episode.