Nitpick: Goren discusses crucifers and processionals, however typically only the Evangelical Lutheran Church uses these, not the Lutheran Church. Nor would there be a baptismal pool in either church, as the theology supports a sprinkling type baptism, rather than immersion.
Nitpick: Goren refers to the group of assembled church leaders as reverends when they are all meeting together. This would be incorrect, as not all Church leaders are reverends. As a lapsed Catholic, Goren would certainly know this.
Charlie Taylor: (sees a race car wreck on TV; squeals) Woo-hoo! Look at that!
Robert Goren: You like car races?
Charlie Taylor: Oh yeah! I got a need for speed! I'm not that I break the law any more, officer. I got plenty enough tickets to last me a lifetime, but no DUI's. I don't drink. I got an allergy.
Robert Goren: Your job. You're always climbing around in those vents, that's dangerous, huh?
Charlie Taylor: It's fun!
Robert Goren: (to Eames) Dangerous and fun.
Alex Eames: (deadpan) Woo-hoo.
Chief Steve Yarrow: You know, Jimmy, everybody warned you Logan was a mutt. So don't be surprised if you got fleas.
Robert Goren: Maybe he had trouble accepting her as his new mother. Maybe Regina seduced him, to win him over.
James Deakins: She couldn't just get him a new baseball mitt?
Special billing was given to Theresa Russell (and) in this episode.
Charlie Taylor: I got a need for speed.
This is likely a reference to the 1986 Tony Scott film Top Gun. In a classic scene, Maverick (Tom Cruise) says, 'I feel the need... ' and then he and Goose (Anthony Edwards) say, 'The need for speed!' and high-five each other. To the modern day generation, that phrase is synonymous with the video game Need for Speed.
This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the 2006 Alabama Church fires.