In the closed captioning throughout the episode, Kimber is simply referred to as "Woman" instead of "Kimber".
"Tighten Up" by Archie Bell & the Drells (Bliss Berger's arm surgery)
"Spirits" by Junkie XL (Kimber at photo shoot with Christian)
"Live Street" by Livstrumpet (Christian/Kimber in his shower)
"Where Do I Begin" by Shirley Bassey (Sean checks on Bliss Berger post-op/Kimber's fiancée Nico destroys Christian's office)
"Baby" by Koop (Kimber having dinner she prepared at Christian's/Christian breaks up with her)
"Hiding Behind the Moon" by Jeff Hanson (Matt/Vanessa/Ridley threesome)
"Nothing Natural" by Jill Sobule (Matt/Vanessa/Ridley threesome continued)
"Where Do I Begin" by Shirley Bassey (Bliss Berger meets on-line/phone boyfriend)
The doctors finally find out about Nanette's suicide.
"The La La Song" by Benny Cassette (Christian at bar)
"Detail In Grun" by Turismo (Christian at bar/former patient Shelly Edwards offers herself and her daughter in exchange for more surgery)
"Lovefool" by The Cardigans (Kurt Dempsey's surgery/Grace walks in on Christian)
"Gimmi Gimmi" by Tosca (Christian/Grace at bar together)
Wisdom: Sophia in ancient greek means wisdom. Sean gets wise in this episode.
"Peg" by Steely Dan
"In Your World" (remix) by Red Cola
"Maybe Tomorrow" by Stereophonics
At the porn party, which was a 25th anniversary celebration, everyone was either dressed in silver or white or a combination of both (even Matt!) However, Christian was the only one dressed in all black.
Julia and Jude have a test to study to on the first day of school?!
Despite the episode being named after her, Nanette Babcock doesn't have surgery. This is the first time that the episode is named after someone who doesn't have surgery.
"Theme Song" by Emergency (Matt walks in on Ridley and Vanessa)
"The Blue Danube Waltz – Op. 314" by Johann Strauss (Mrs. Grubman's tummy-tuck surgery)
"Breathe Deeply" by Bird York (Christian calls Nanette/Nanette working out on treadmill)
"The Boy from Ipanema" by Peggy Lee (Mrs. Grubman and Christian in the bedroom)
"So Damn Beautiful" by Poloroid (Nanette commits suicide)
Liz is revealed to be a lesbian, and that she has just ended a fifteen year relationship with a woman named Jan.
"Motherf**ker" by We Are Evolved (Christian with tanning booth girl)
"Genetic World" by Telepopmuzik (Mandi/Randi surgery)
"Coup D'Etat" by Sekou The Ambassador (Christian/Matt at strip club)
"Walking On Space" by Smooth (Christian gets lap dance from stripper)
"Over My Head" by Fleetwood Mac (Julia finds Christian in bed with Mandi/Randi)
The scene where Matt asks Julia for the cuticle scissors, the stove clock reads 6:40PM. Julia is to meet Christian 20 minutes later. This presents how strictly accurate the crew is.
Goof: When Matt and Julia have a talk near the end of the episode, Julia's hand goes from Matt's shoulder to Matt's cheek between each shot.
Dr. Santiago describes a former patient of hers as having attention deficit disorder while the symptoms she describes are for obsessive-compulsive disorder.
The McNamara home is located at 1657 Essex Way.
"Lonely" by Bebel Gilberto (Christian driving in his car during opening credits)
"Paint It Black" by Rolling Stones (during Perez's face surgery)
"Truth or Dare" by N.E.R.D (Christian botoxing girls at the suite)
"Panoptica" by Nortec Collective (When Escobar tortures Christian)
"A Perfect Lie" by Engine Room
"Giddy Up" by Indo