Ray: Well Tyler got a lead on the dead fairy and they went to chase it
Gene: Why aren't you with them?
Ray: Ahh you know, whats one less rocket lover in the world, right
Windy: Book 'em Danno. Do you ever say that? Book 'em Danno.
Sam: I would if I worked with a guy named Danno.
Windy: You should hire one. How cool would that be?
(over drinks in Along Come Marys)
Sam: You see? Reeves' murder is looking more and more like a hate crime.
Gene: What? As opposed to an "I really, really like you" crime?
Ray: Look at these clowns. Too molly for their hometowns, so they come here. Thought Nixon ending the war was gonna put an end to this freak show.
Sam: This counterculture, Ray, will one day be looked upon as a time when a politicized youth rebelled against the excesses of the Vietnam war, the excesses of corporate arrogance, and the excesses of racial intolerance.
This episode received a GLAAD nomination for Outstanding Individual Episode.
A promo trailer for this episode features the song "Little Green Bag" by the George Baker Selection. The song was featured prominently in the film Reservoir Dogs which stars Harvey Keitel.
"Sweet Cherry Wine" by Tommy James & The Shondells
"I'm Chief Kamanawanalea" by The Turtles
"Just a Little Lovin' " by Dusty Springfield
"Reflections of My Life" by Marmalade
Ray: Shut your bazoo. 1968 called. It wants its dashiki back.
A colorful and loose-fitting garment with an ornate vee-shaped collar, dashikis became very popular attire during the cultural struggles in America in the late sixties.
Gene: Black berets. He was a tough SOB to boot.
Sam: You served, Boss?
Gene: I would have, Tyler, but I burned my draft card to join the Hare Krishnas instead.
This line alludes to the Religious Sect of Devotees, the Hare Krishna, who follow the mantra of Hindu philosophy.
Windy: (talking to a hungover Sam) Oh, researching what, cop stuff? I have the teeniest crush on Steve McGarrett. Do you know him?
Allusion to Steve McGarrett, a character played by Jack Lord from the police show Hawaii Five-0.