Goof: When Christian, Sean and Julia are using the laptop computer to search the Internet, several shots show a black screen meaning the computer is turned off or in screen saver mode.
"Joaquin Rodrigo's 'Concierto De Aranjuez'" by Tangerine D'or (Sean's 'dream sequence' about to perform latest Carver victim surgery/Escobar tells Sean to kill The Carver)
"Cars" by Gary Newman (Also in the Escobar counseling Sean scene)
"Epoca" by Gotan Project (Christian confronts Ava about leaving with Matt/Christian attempts to have sex with Ava)
"Queremos Pas" by Gotan Project (Christian and Sean arrive at Barrett Moore's house)
"Wild Horses" by Rolling Stones (Barrett & Ava talk pre surgery/Ava put under/Ava & Matt fighting)
"City Ports" by Forss (Ava packing/Adrian returns/Adrian kills himself)
"All I Know" by Art Garfunkel (Aftermath of Adrian's suicide/McNamara & Troy dinner/aftermath of Ava/Adrian post-suicide/Sean & Christian/Ava leaving for Paris/Christian being attacked by 'Carver')
Adrian: There are no more fresh starts. Everything is rotten to its core.
Christian: Bite me!
Ava: How hard?
Joan Rivers: My body's dropping so fast my gynecologist needs a hard hat.
Joan Rivers: My body's dropping so fast I can have a mamogram and pedicure at the same time.
Escobar Gallardo: (in Sean's dream sequence) Restore the order, and kill The Carver.
Ava: What's the matter, Christian? Am I too much of a woman for you??!
Christian: You lubricate acid. If I stuck my dick in you, it would sizzle off.
This was the first season finale with the entire regular cast.
Awards for this season:
-The show won the 2005 Golden Globe Award and the 2005 Golden Satellite Award, both for "Best Television Series-Drama", and, the 2005 BMI (Broadcast Music Incorporated) Cable Award. Plus, it was nominated for:
*The 2005 Saturn Award for "Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series".
*The 2005 PGA (Producers Guild of America)'s Television Producer(s) of the Year Award-Drama.
*The 2005 CDG (Costumes Designers Guild) Award for "Excellence in Costume Design for Television-Contemporary".
-Julian McMahon (Christian) was nominated for the 2005 Golden Globe Award for "Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series-Drama", and, for the 2005 Saturn Award for "Best Actor on Television".
-Joely Richardson (Julia) was nominated for the 2005 Golden Globe Award for "Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series-Drama", and, for the 2005 Golden Satellite Award for "Best Actress in a Series-Drama".
For this entire season, the show was nominated for:
-The 2005 Saturn Award for Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series.
-The 2005 PGA (Producers Guild of America) Award for Television Producer(s) Of The Year-Drama.
-The 2005 CDG (Costumes Designers Guild) Award for Excellence In Costume Design For Television-Contemporary.
For this entire season, Julian McMahon (Christian) was nominated for the 2005 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series-Drama, and, for the 2005 Saturn Award for Best Actor On Television.
For this entire season, Joely Richardson (Julia) was nominated for the 2005 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series-Drama, and, for the 2005 Golden Satellite Award for Best Actress In A Series-Drama.
Guest star Mario Schugel(Joe)previously worked with Julian Mcmahon on Charmed where Mario played a sub-servient demon to Mcmahon's character Cole who was ruler of the underworld.
Both Famke Janssen and Alec Baldwin are credited as Special Guest Stars.
Ava: Angry villagers here to chase out the monster the doctor made.
An allusion to the novel Frankenstein, that went to become a series of movies and shows.