Throughout most of the series, Ice-T's character goes by just "Fin", this is the first episode that he introduces himself as "Odafin".
Munch claims he lived on the lower east side as a teenager in this episode. However in "Kaddish" (an episode of Homicide: Life on the Street), he has many flashbacks to his high school days in Baltimore.
(Munch is stuck in a child sized chair.)
Fin Tutuola: Can you move?
John Munch: Just get me a forklift.
Landlady: I haven't seen Denny since yesterday, he's usually working or looking after that sweet little girl of his.
John Munch: Did he seem upset or agitated with you saw him?
John Munch: (speaks louder) Did he seem upset?
Landlady: You don't have to shout.
John Munch: Hi, Jennifer, I'm Detective Munch.
Jennifer: (laughs) That's a funny name, Munch.
John Munch: (smiles) You think that's funny? I guess if I ever have kids I'll have to call them 'munchkins'.
Elliot Stabler: This whole case is like a jigsaw puzzle.
Don Cragen: Well, let's look at the pieces we've got. One suspect eliminated, one cooperating, and one hiding behind his lawyer.
Fin Tutuola: Picture's gettin' clearer.
Judge Petrovsky: Can your client account for his whereabouts during this window of opportunity?
James Woodrow: He was at home, with his family.
Alex Cabot: Not to be redundant, but that's precisely our point.
John Munch: Which brings us back to Desi.
Alludes to Desi Arnaz, Lucille Ball's husband, who was Cuban.
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