Price: When was the last time you had marital relations?
Nick Manto: That depends. Are we talking just sex, or do hummers count?
Winters: What'd they get?
Jaruszalski: Three grand in cash, and, uh... take a look.
Winters: I see... eight Rolex boxes. The guy's got two arms and eight Rolexes?
Jaruszalski: Two arms, eight Rolexes, and one safe he didn't use.
Ricardo Morales: (while a media photographer was about to take a low-angle picture of him at a press conference) Hey, you want to raise that up a little bit? From that angle, you're just going to scare the kids.
The music playing at the beginning of the episode is "Kill Me" by Make the Girl Dance.
Special billing was given to Danielle Panabaker (and) for this episode.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada – September 29, 2010 on A
Finland – March 28, 2011 on MTV3
United Kingdom – September 12, 2011 on Universal Channel/Universal Channel HD
Czech Republic – November 23, 2011 on Prima
Dick Wolf's development deal with NBC states that his projects go straight to series, which is why Law & Order: Los Angeles did not have to sweat through pilot season.
This episode marked the final, and only appearance of Wanda De Jesus as the division lieutenant. She left the production after just two episodes were filmed. The producers stated on September 10, 2010, they were taking the role in a "different direction." It was announced on September 16, 2010, that Rachel Ticotin would take over the role. This was the third change for the character, which was originally written as a male. Rather than re-shooting De Jesus' scenes in this episode, all but one of her scenes with one line of dialogue was left on the cutting room floor.
Working Title: "Fame"