In a scene where Maurice and Holling are on the horses headed to pick up Bill, Maurice has a black eye and Holling has a bloody nose, but they hadn't gotten to the bar where they had gotten into a fight yet.
Chris: There they go into the last great gasp of the wilderness known as Alaska. We all have our own relationship with the wild. Out there or in here, in our hearts, in our souls. Wheeling, West Virginia, 1983. I'm in the joint, prison library, working my way backward from Z. Stendahl, Proust, I'm in the L's and eureka, baby! Jack London, my main man. If Whitman gave me poetry, then Mr. London took me to a place inside me I didn't know existed but recognized instantly, like I'd been heading there all my lost life. There was Buck, big civilized mutt from the south land, slapped down in the frigid north to redefine himself for what he really was. I was Buck, Buck was I, Buck is us.
- "It Won't Hurt" by Dwight Yoakam
- "Acoustic Duet 1" by Country Blues Guitar
- "Hands on the Wheel" by Willie Nelson
Originally this episode was suppose to be aired BEFORE "Democracy In America" but was pushed back by CBS for some unforeseen reason.
The Willie Nelson song played during the montage at the end is "Hands On The Wheel" from his album "Red Headed Stranger" but can also be heard in the movie The Electric Cowboy.