TRIVIA: In August 2001 the first episode of the series aired on Australian TV. Creator Posie Graeme-Evans developed the show from a highly successful TV movie which aired in 1996. Drovers Run (where the show is filmed) was originally called Kingsford and was bought by the nine network in 1999. Drovers Run is a working property located between the townships of Gawler and Freeling in South Australia. Originally it was part of 30,000 acres but is now 135 acres of farming land. The house was built over 30 years and was finished in 1856. The interior filming is all filmed within the house and not on any other set.
TRIVIA: In this episode it's shown, via his grave, that Jack McLeod was 60 years old when he died.
TRIVIA: In this episode it's learned that that Claire's mother, Prudence, died when giving birth to stillborn son, Adam, in 1975, at the age of 25 years old.
When Tess is fixing the windmill, there's a strong wind (seen because the windmill is turning and Tess' hair is blowing) but when the three other girls look at the windmill from further away the windmill isn't turning at all!
TRIVIA: Tess' number plate on her VW Bug reads VHR 547.
TRIVIA: Foreshadowing? When Claire goes into the kitchen, Meg tells her that Jack told her things about what he wanted for the future, and Claire snaps with a snide comment about how Jack and Meg had a fling. Immediately after Jodi walks in after this comment is made - perhaps a hint to the viewer what the product of this romance was, as it's later revealed that Jodi is the lovechild of Meg and Jack.
Nitpick - If Nick didn't practice with the others how did he know the routine?
TRIVIA: Guest star Peter Rodgers (Gerry Wallis) will later appear twice more on the series as different characters each time. The second time was in the season 5 episode Body Blows as Tony Bright, and the third time in the season 7 episode Rules of Engagement as Don Martin.
In this episode, Nick is shown with his shirt off and he doesn't have the scars on his stomach that were shown & discussed in the season 2 episode You Can Leave Your Hat On.
Brick had been lying there under the bridge it seemed for a long time... how come Becky approached him as if his dead body didn't smell and managed to put her hand in his pocket and get out the engagement ring? Even if she loved Brick I don't think she could really have stood the smell of his rotting body, I know that sounds gross, but it is a fact.
When Nick is leaving to have dinner with Tess he is wearing blue jeans, but when he arrives at Tess' he is wearing white jeans.
During the end credits, actress Lisa Chappell (Claire McLeod) is mistakenly credited. She died at the end of season three and does not appear in this episode.
In this episode, the role of Claire's mother Prue is played by Sarah Enright. However, in the season 3 episode The Ghost of Things to Come, a picture of Prue is shown it's clearly a picture of Lisa Chappell (Claire) with longer hair.
TRIVIA: Sally names her new baby boy Harrison Nicholas Ryan, after her grandfather and Nick.
TRIVIA: The theme song stays relatively the same as of this episode but with a few slight differences and the main credits have different images than any previous episode.
It is implied that Stevie doesn't know how to walk with high heels and apparently never did. However, in the season 4 episode Desperate and Dateless, she is wearing high heels when she goes out with the girls.
TRIVIA: Tess whispers "stay" the same way Nick did before they both knew they had feelings towards each other.
TRIVIA: Tess comes down with chickenpox in this episode, supposedly catching it from baby Charlotte (off-screen).
TRIVIA: Dave and Sally share a kiss in this episode.
TRIVIA: Guest star Peter Rodgers (Tony Bright) has appeared once before on the series as a different character. The first time was in the season 2 episode Made to Be Broken as Gerry Wallis. He also will appear later, for a third time as a different character in the season 7 episode Rules of Engagement as Don Martin.