When Elie and Mickey find Uncle Arthur's body, the deceased is lying face down. Without turning him over, one of them says, "Look at his throat."
Segment credits list title as "There Aren't Anymore MacBanes," incorporating a grammatical error: "anymore" (any longer) versus "any more" (in any amount).
Host: Our next painting tells the story of a young man who's major in school is philosophy, but whose extracurricular labors take him into the area of black magic. And for this, you don't get a degree, but the commencement ceremony is a gas. See for yourself as we offer you There Aren't Anymore MacBanes.
Elie: Andy, what is it? What did Jedediah create, what did you summon back?
Andrew: All the jealousy the Earth has ever known since the creation of Man. Formed into the epitome of everything that is evil in that jealousy.
This episode is based on the short story "By One, by Two, and by Three" by Stephen Hall.