In early December of 2008, Sabatiello's Italian Grille closed. A few weeks later, Sabatiello Settembre and his brother opened up a pizzeria in Greenwich.
Per "Revisited No 1.", broadcast on May 21, 2010, the Black Pearl restaurant is closed. After Ramsay's departure, the restaurant slowly reverted to the old menu and was unable to stay afloat. It was bought out and replaced by a restaurant called The Hog Pit.
During the 'Special Thanks' portion of the closing credits, Dee Snider's last name is misspelled "Snyder".
Editing Error: During the scene in which Gordon Ramsay returns the dirty glass, it goes from empty, to full of water, then back to empty when he hands the glass over.
At one point, Jane stated "Now that I'm the manager, I am the bitch of the place," however, close captioning read (bleep) of the place.
This is the first restaurant redone by Chef Gordon Ramsay not located in the state of New York and first in California.
The Olde Stone Mill was built in the early 1800's as a cotton mill. In 1853, it was turned into a rubber products manufacturer, that made rubber rain coats for the soldiers in WWI. In 1925, it housed a pharmaceutical company.
The football team that appeared in this episode is the New York Dragons of the Arena Football League
On the original signage, the restaurant's name is spelled "Dillons." On the signs Gordon had put up before the relaunch, the name shown below the new name (Purnima) is spelled "Dillions."
When text appears claiming it is Day Three, the time is 11:45 p.m. although underneath it claims that it is lunchtime.
The two chefs in the episode were Robert, the Head Chef, and John, the Sous Chef. Also appearing, were Angelo, who was the Head Waiter who served Gordon Ramsay his first meal at Peter's and Nicole, the waitress who Peter made cry. Peter's father who was knocked over accidentally by Peter during the scuffle with the bill collector is Yogi Pelligrino.
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