The video Sean was watching of younger versions of him, Christian and Julia was first seen in the pilot.
Allegra told Sean she saw an episode of his TV show with a character based on her.
In this season premiere "Carly Summers", Sean and Christian told Freddie about Allegra's case, and he wrote an episode for Hearts And Scalpels with a character with the same case, except that her name was "P*ssy Lips" and she was abused by her father.
In this episode, we find out that the last part also happened to Allegra.
When she received the "Directed by" credit, Lyn Greene was credited as "Lyn Green".
Goof: When Christian is at Roger Payne's office to make a proposition to settle his case, he asks the attorney for 5 minutes of his time.
Before granting his wish by saying "Alright, you have 5 minutes" Payne clearly looks down at his watch.
Why would a blind man bother doing that?
"Love That Girl" by Raphael Saadiq
"Anyone Who Had A Heart" by Dionne Warwick
"Mad World" by Michael Andrews & Gary Jules
"Wishin' and Hopin'" by Dusty Springfield
"Change Is Hard" by She & Him
"Shut Up And Let Me Go" by The Ting Tings
"Eye Of A Stranger" by The Payolas
"Ballade De Paris" by NA
"Come What May" by Chain Letter Collective
"Nasty" by Janet Jackson
"In The City" by Chromatics
"Nocturne OP 32 Intermezzo" by Frederic Chopin
"Who's Gonna Save My Soul" by Gnarls Barkley
"More Bounce To The Ounce" by Zapp & Roger
"La Traviata: Prelude" by Sutherland & Pavarotti
"La Traviata: "Dell'invito trascorsa è già l'ora" by Sutherland & Pavarotti
"La Traviata: "Libiamo ne'lieti calici (Brindisi)"" by Sutherland & Pavarotti
"La Traviata: Prelude. "Annina? Comandate?"" by Sutherland & Pavarotti
"Le Parc De Plaisir" by Extreme
"Boob Fairy" by Deirdre Flint
"Sophteonal" by Aix Em Klemm
"Electronique Noire" by Elvind Aarset
"Clair De Lune" by APM
"Clair De Lune" by Extreme
"Clair De Lune" by Ruby Rendrag
"Canon" by The Clogs
"Goodbye Horses" by Q Lazarus
"The Big Hush" by Shriekback
"Whatever Lola Wants" by Gotan
"Marvellous" by Dragonette
"Fat Mama" by Tito Puente
"Brick House" by The Commodores
"Mr Sandman" by The Chordettes
"Mr Sandman" by Pomp A Dur
"Baby Elephant Walk" by Post Production
"Mr Sandman" by Kimberly Gordon Trio
"I Hear A Symphony" by Diana Ross & The Supremes
"He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" by The Hollies
"Father Figure" by George Michael
"Cocaine Blues" by Dave Van Ronk
"Playboy" by Hot Chip
"Don't Fear The Reaper" by Blue Oyster Cult
"The Mercy Seat" by Nick Cave
"Happy Birthday" by On Camera
"Vuelvo Al Sur" by Palermo Nuevo
"Home" by Brian Eno & David Byrne
Series Regulars John Hensley and Joely Richardson don't appear in this episode
"We Belong" by Pat Benatar
"Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen
"I'll Tumble 4 Ya" by Culture Club
"Adantino" by Wolfgang Mozart Otto Sieben
"Like Lightnin' Strikin" by Bernie Mardsen
"Industrial Hangover" by Perring/Cash
"Divertimento No. 10" by Wolfgang Mozart
"Are Friends Electric" by Gary Numan
"Cocinando Suave (aka Concinando)" by Ray Barretto
"Far Away" by Cut Copy
"Happy House" by The Juan MacLean
The episodes of Nip/Tuck are named after the characters the doctors operate on. This is the first episode where the title character hasn't had any procedure performed on them by Sean or Christian.
"Bungle In The Jungle" by Jethro Tull.