Goof: During Fin's interview with Internal Affairs, a boom mic can just barely be seen entering the top of the shot.
This episode reveals that Det. Jeffries did not resign from the police department (as was implied in Asunder when her badge was left in Cragen's office) but instead was transferred to Vice squad.
Olivia Benson: (to Lance Kanick) Where do you live? (Kanick is silent) If you can't tell us where you live, we can provide you with an address.
Ted Bolger: (pointing at Munch) Who is he?!
Fin Tutuola: That's my Jew.
John Munch: (as he and Fin are leaving) Shalom.
(Fin and Munch walk in on Bolger testing his cocaine)
Ted Bolger: I'm callin' the police.
Fin Tutuola: What, so you can show 'em all your cocaine?
John Munch: Your Jew? Your Jew? What if I called you 'my boy'?!
Fin Tutuola: I'll be your boy, John.
Don Cragen: The girl O.D.'d and died alone. Her father, a decorated cop, 30-year career, over, no pension, his family in shambles. But you know what really, really scares me? That all you people are concerned about is some lying, murdering sack of crap.
Lorna Frankel: Hey, you can't arrest them. This is a free country.
Fin Tutuola: No, it's a democracy, and the majority of us don't like what's going on here.
John Munch: I don't do that anymore. I'm old and it's tiring.
This is the final appearance for Michelle Hurd as Monique Jeffries.
This is only one of two episodes to feature face shots of Meloni, Hargitay, Belzer, March, Ice-T, Hurd and Florek in the opening credits (the group cast photo at the end does not include Hurd) -- Hurd and March were not on the show at the same time as Hurd left before March joined.
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