Sean: Agatha Ripp did at least have one point that makes sense. That Bible quote, "Watch out for false prophets, they come to you in sheep´s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves". That´s what the devil is, you know. Not some obvious Machiavellian figure with horns and a tail but a silent foe disguised as friend. Someone you trust, even love, whom you let into your life only to find out too late they´ve made a shambles of it.
Liz: I loved being a Catholic when I was a kid. The drama of it. The feeling that there was a mysterious man in the heavens watching out for you.
Sean: When did you lapse?
Liz: When I became a pro-choice lesbian.
Sister: The pain of the flesh doesn't compare to the pain of the soul, Dr. Troy.
(after punching Christian to the ground)
Sean: I loved you the most!
Fionnula Flanagan receives the 'and' credit.
In the UK this episode was aired on Easter Sunday, which was fairly risky considering the content of the episode.
Although listed in the opening credits, John Hensley does not appear in this episode.