"A Boy Named Sue" by Johnny Cash (Live at San Quentin) (Ike Connors breast augmentation surgery)
"Malibu" by 7-Hurtz (Sean & Kimber in bed)
"Machine Says Yes" by FC Kahuna (Julia getting ready to go out to bar)
"Tension On Sight" by 7-Hurtz (1st song at bar/Julia meets Roger)
"Machine Says Yes" (Reprise) by FC Kahuna (2nd song at bar/Julia getting drunk/Roger invites Julia up to his room)
"Alpha" by Elvis (Sean picks Julia up from Roger's hotel/Sean in his bedroom with Kimber doll)
Real Life Comparison: The patient in this episode is a male writer who wants to get breast implants as material for a new book. This is similar to Brian Zembick in 2000. He was a gambler who won a bet by getting breast implants and keeping them for a year. Unlike the episode's patient, Zembick decided to keep his breast implants because he liked the way girls responded to them. He famously showed them to the world on The Man Show.
When the doctors throw the breast implants around they are just packed loose in the box. However, in reality, breast implants are supplied in their own sealed sterile packets.
Day light can be seen through the windows when Julia is at the bar.
As Sean sits at home watching boxing and drinking, the fight has 0:14 left on the clock the first time we see a shot of the TV. The next time we see the TV, the fight has about 0:47 left on the clock. Talk about a time warp!
Kimber: Excuse my language, Dr. McNamara, but your partner's a rude as***le who acts like he knows it all but in fact knows s**t.
Sean: You're not the first to suggest that, Miss Henry.
Sean: Call me old fashioned, but I like a girl with a few flaws and a brain.
Christian: And look at where that got you!
J.K. Simmons receives the 'and' credit.
Although listed in the opening credits, John Hensley does not appear in this episode.
This episode features one of, if not the first love scene between a human and a doll in scripted television.
Like in the movie "Love Object", a silicon-love-doll is alive in the fantasy of its user and has aggressive sex with it. This 2003 movie is about a socially insecure man who forms an obsessive relationship with "Nikki", an anatomically accurate silicone sex doll he orders over the Internet.