The "corpse" of Preston flickers his eyelids as Brennan reaches down to check his neck-pulse.
Shalimar: (about Brennan) Well, you can take the boy out of the city, but you can't take the city out the... (Brennan groans)
Shalimar: Let me see those bug bites?
Brennan: What are you going to do – suck the poison out?
Shalimar: Only if you buy me dinner first.
Brennan: (confronting a bear) Why didn't you let me blast him?
Shalimar: He's not our killer.
Brennan: How do you know?
Shalimar: I asked him.
Brennan: I don't do nature.
Brennan: In case you haven't noticed – blind trust, not my favorite course of action, okay?
Brennan: We're not in the animal control business. Yogi had a bad day - end of story.
This episode takes place June 29, 2002, according to "Final Judgment."
The title of this episode is the beginning of the first line of Robert Frost's famous poem, "Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening."