In this episode it is revealed that vampires can communicate with each other using frequencies below audible human levels.
Mick reveals to Beth that a "human donor," someone who lets a vampire drink their blood, is known as a "freshie" in the vampire community.
This is the first time that Guillermo is seen in street clothes - every other time he was seen he was wearing scrubs. This is also the first time Logan has been seen outside of his basement.
On Talbot's list of L.A. vampires, many of the names are repeated several times. Also, some of the repeated names are crossed off on only some of the pages they appear on.
Josef (Jason Dohring's character) gets an award for donating money to Hearst College. In Veronica Mars, Logan (also played by Jason Dohring) attended Hearst College.
Although Julie Fordham, Robert's wife and Jacob's mother, appears at the beginning of the episode, she is absent for the rest of the episode, which is quite odd considering her son has been kidnapped.
Beth is offered a job by ADA Talbot as a civilian investigator at the D.A.'s office in this episode.
The Queen Mary, which is now a floating hotel in Long Beach, California, was the setting for the party in this episode. Before being pressed into service as a World War II troop transport, it was one of the most elegant means of travel across the Atlantic ocean from the 1930's through the 1960's. The incident that Mick described, being on the Queen Mary when it nearly capsized, really happened. The ship was transporting 16,082 American GI's from New York to Great Britain when it was struck broadside by a rogue wave. The ship tilted dangerously, and nearly capsized. This puts Mick on the Queen Mary, on his way to Europe, in December of 1942.
Beth quits BuzzWire in this episode.
Goof: When Mick turned back into a vampire, the cuts on his face healed very quickly but he for some reason still had his lip split, which didn't heal until later in the episode.
When Beth and Mick entered Maureen's apartment, Beth said that the police would be coming soon. Then when they found the USB drive, instead of getting out right away they sat down to check what was inside.
When Beth returns from the beach to her apartment it is daylight, as seen from her window. When Maureen calls her a few minutes later asking her to come to Buzzwire, it is dark.
Mick asks Beth to come over for dinner on a date "tonight" but they for some reason end up not having their date until the next night.
Goof: During the beach scene, Alex O' Loughlin's Australian accent slips through while talking with Beth.
Goof: Mick and Coraline were married in 1952, yet the marriage certificate for Mick and Coraline shows a ZIP code of 90065 for Mick's address. The line on the form is titled ZIP CODE, yet ZIP codes didn't start until 1963. It should say Postal Zone, and just be 2 digits, 65.
What we know:
• As vampires age their scent becomes more potent with decay.
• There are some vamps even Josef won't mess with.
• Coraline is a vamp again.
• The Reign of Terror was really a vamp genocide and the guillotine was the weapon of choice since only decapitation and burning could kill vamps.
• There is something called "the compound" which masks the traits of vampirism temporarily.
When Mick comes to visit Logan, he's playing the single "School's Out" by Alice Cooper on the game Guitar Hero 3: Legends of Rock.
Mick reveals he worked as a medic in World War II.
The gang's name (H.E.M.) is an acronym for Hermanos en Muerte, which means "Brothers in Death".
Goof: In Latin-American cultures, the tradition is to celebrate their 15th birthday (Quinceañera) not their sweet sixteen (as seen on this episode).