The note written on the flower card to Annie read, "I'm going to win you back. Love, Patrick."
When Morgan Fairchild leaves Elmo, she says goodbye to Marin when she is seated in the car with George. Morgan then closes the window and the car begins to move. A few seconds later, she is seen waving to Marin with her hand out of the window she has just closed.
In the scene where they're eating pancakes in the Chieftain, Celia is at the bar with Patrick as he's cutting up and eating pancakes. However, in the next scene, she brings him a plate of cut-up pancakes and comments he doesn't cut them up when he's excited.
It is revealed in this episode that Jane's surname is Burns and Sam's surname is Soloway.
It is revealed in this episode that Jerome's surname is Robinsky and he had been a renowned concert pianist before moving to Elmo.
It is revealed in this episode that Cash's full name is Leonard Cassius Morrissey.
When Marin and Cash are arguing behind the makeshift movie screen, their silhouettes can be seen by the people watching the movie. This could not have happened because there was no light source behind Marin and Cash that would cast their shadows onto the screen.
Jason O'Mara literally "phoned in" his performance in this episode. Stuart Maxson and Marin never appeared together; all of their scenes occurred via telephone.
Marin's dark green lace blouse was designed by Elie Tahari.
If Donna is Jack's mother, why would he have her business card laying around and not have her number written in his phone book? And why would she not have known that Jack was gone for nine months and called him? And why would she say that Donna was calling in her message instead of Mom?
Annie's navy blue coat with gold buttons was designed by Susan De Laval.
Annie's full name, Ann Elizabeth O'Donnell, is revealed in this episode.
In this episode, Marin keeps track of all the countries where her book has been sold by pinning flags on a world map. Near the end, she receives a package from her publisher containing two small wooden shoes tied together with a red-white-and-blue ribbon indicating she has also conquered "The Netherlands." However, when she pins the flag on the map, the country on the map reads "Neththerlands."
Marin's beige toggle coat with yellow plaid lining was designed by Aritzia, Vancouver. Her purple winter coat was designed by Land's End.
It's revealed in this episode that Celia's maiden name was "Hisbutt."
While faxing her lawyer, Sara referred to her lawyer as a "he." When we see the court scene, although we never see her face, you can clearly tell by her lawyer's hair and body that she's a woman.
The gold down coat that Marin wore in this episode was designed by Andrew Marc.
Marin's house was also used as Jack O'Neill's Minnesota cabin on Stargate SG-1.
In this episode, Sara referred to herself as a former prostitute. This is the first time anyone had used this term. Previously, everyone had been aware of her occupation, but had referred to her as the town's "Working Girl."
In the previous episode, "Bed, Bat and Beyond", Jane arrives for a 2 week vacation and Lynn has not yet begun to show her pregnancy when seen in shorts and a tight shirt. Yet in this episode, Lynn is said to be 5 months pregnant and is showing considerably, even though Jane is still within her 2 week vacation. In fact, it's not until the beginning of the next episode "Nice Girls Finish Frist" that Jane is at the second to last day of her vacation (which she then opts to extend).
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