The red plaid coat that Marin wore in this episode was designed by Joeffer Coac.
The sticker on Marin's bag reads "Ask Me How I Got Happy."
The red paisley coat that Marin wore in this episode was designed by Susan De Laval.
When Marin and Jack are walking down the street in Anchorage, they are actually at the corner of Granville and Smithe in downtown Vancouver, BC.
During the scene where Marin goes into the woods to ask Jack to take her to Anchorage, it is obvious the mountain scenery is not real. The clouds do not move at all despite being shown several times over a period of a few minutes.
When Celia told Patrick about Annie snoring, they were watching the movie "White Chicks" (2004). She mentioned the Wayans brothers, and that they look like women "With those disguises".
During the scene in which Marin is holding Liza's forwarded mail and speaking to the head of the building board, the flyer at the bottom of the pile changes between shots. During the final shot in which Marin exclaims "I'm moving back to New York!", the one on the bottom is from the Real Canadian Superstore, a large grocery chain in Western Canada and Ontario.
The location where the hospital scene with Jack, Lynn and Marin was shot was actually a recreation center/skating rink.
The green coat that Marin wore in this episode was designed by Susan De Laval.
The winter solstice, or the darkest day, occurs on December 21 or 22 each year. Considering that this episode is supposed to take place on the darkest day, before Christmas, it is odd that no one has any Christmas decorations up or even mentions Christmas.
The cabin by the pond that Marin purchased in this episode is the same cabin used as the Beckham residence in the pilot episode of Touching Evil.
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).
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."
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.
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.
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."
Annie's navy blue coat with gold buttons was designed by Susan De Laval.
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