Eames was a bartender at one time.
Eames was married to a cop named Joe who died in 1998. He once gave her a taser gun for their anniversary.
Frances Goren: Oh, it's amateur hour here today. The doctors, the nurses, they talk to me like I'm an idiot. I'm telling you, I've had it with these people. And you if you don't come soon I I'm walking out. (hangs up the phone)
Robert Goren: (quietly over the dial tone) Mom?
Robert Goren: Maybe you should console him, commissioner, he was almost your son-in-law.
Leland Dockerty: My daughter's dead, detective. I don't owe anyone my sympathy right now.
Robert Goren: Well, maybe you never do. Maybe that's why Amanda never told you the whole story.
Danny Ross: Detective!
Leland Dockerty: What do you know about my daughter? Or about what kind of father I am?
Robert Goren: Uh, well, as little as you know about who I am. (walks out)
Danny Ross: (calling after him) Detective, you're out of line!
Robert Goren: You wanna fire me? Fire me, I don't care.
Alex Eames: (about a suspect) He took off after we talked to him? That doesn't make him look guilty.
Alex Eames: My husband, Joe, he was a cop. He gave me a Taser gun once for our anniversary. Sometimes you want to be more than your job.
Alex Eames: When I tended bar, we cut people off if we thought they were losing control.
Jackie: We get a lot of soldiers here, straight from Iraq. They deserve to forget themselves a little.
Leslie Bloom was credited as production designer in the episode's original airing, but later broadcasts had Harry Darrow in the production designer spot.
Special billing was given to Rita Moreno (and) in this episode.