Gwen and Ethan were caught making love at the Dunes, one of Harmony's famous make-out places apparently.
When Sheridan had her car accident in the tunnel, she had previously said that Princess Diana had had a car accident in the same tunnel.
This episode makes reference to a drinking problem in Sheridan's past.
This is the first episode in which Ivy mentions that she and Julian have four children.
In this episode, Pilar mentions that her husband Martin and son Antonio are not around Harmony.
In this episode, we learn that Sheridan played lacrosse in Boarding School.
Tabitha states that someone will die on 1 January 2000, the 'first day of the twenty-first century'. The first day of the twenty-first century was 1 January 2001.
Julian and Rebecca are married by a judge in this episode. At the time of the ceremony, Julian believed he was a single man, but in reality, Theresa had falsified the annulment papers, meaning their marriage was still legal. That invalidated Julian's wedding to Rebecca, but once it was discovered that Theresa and Julian were never legally married, it meant that he and Rebecca were. But even though Julian and Rebecca's marriage in this episode would technically have been legal, this marriage was never referenced on screen. Not even after it was later on revealed that Theresa was not legally married to Julian.
Kay encourages John to 'be there' for Charity when Miguel breaks her heart. Although Kay knows that John isn't really Grace's son, John and everyone else believe that he is, which makes him Charity's first cousin.
Rebecca used the phrase 'possession is 5/10's of the law'. As Gwen pointed out, the correct quotation is 'possession is 9/10's of the law'.
When asked by Fox for his legal opinion, Ethan stated that Theresa had every legal right to give away all the Crane money. This is incorrect. Alistair controls the majority of the Crane fortune. In addition, a wife does not have access to any of her husband's bank accounts if he hasn't placed her name on them. Theresa is spending money she doesn't have.
Theresa used the quote 'money is the root of all evil', which Rebecca correctly pointed out was a misquote. The correct quote can be found in 1 Timothy 6:10 as 'the love of money is the root of all evil' (King James Version).
When 'Dr. Culver' (Charlie) said she had to check some calls, she left the room and closed the door. In the next scene when Luis is walking to the bed, the door is wide open.
It doesn't really seem possible that Charlie is Alistair. What about all those fantasies she was having, and why would he still be playing the part of Charlie when no one was around? Not to mention the fact that he would never pass for her slim body.
When the Russells sit down for dinner, Eve asks where Theresa is. Whitney then says that she might not come. John then says that Gwen blames Theresa for the baby's death. The people who went to LA just got back that day and John doesn't really know any of them and had no contact with them prior to this episode. So how would he know about Gwen's baby?
In this episode, Pilar says that it is Theresa's fault that Gwen lost her baby. However; in later epsiodes, she defends her and says it is not her fault.
Woody Stumper refers to Harmony as a 'city' in the courtroom, but it's clearly been established that Harmony is a village, not a city. It's uncertain whether this is a writer's error, or showcasing the ineptitude of lawyer Woody Stumper.
Sheridan comments in this episode that she didn't know Fox very well. Even though he was only five when she was sent to the mental hospital in Europe, Sheridan knew enough about him to state that he was reprehensible and selfish in the years before he came to town.
Although surrogate mothers often have the rights to keep the child they carry, Theresa is wrong in thinking she will be able to use this child as a bargaining chip. She is not a surrogate who is entering into a contract, she is a woman who stole an egg and had it implanted in her. The courts would never allow her to keep the child.
Theresa tells Gwen that she is carrying 'her and Ethan's baby', insisting that she has the legal right to keep Ethan and Gwen from seeing that child. This is not correct. Because Theresa has no biological connection to the baby (and no legal connection, since she stole the embryo), she cannot claim the child legally or otherwise. By law, she is required to turn that child over to Ethan and Gwen.