Deleted Scenes from this episode featured on the first season dvd include further interviews with Earlene Carr and Shurleane Wallace, one of the abduction group therapy members, and the blurred man from the convention (unblurred in the deleted scene).
Two further pieces of James Randi's Nostradamus interview are shown in the deleted scenes on the first season dvd.
A deleted scene with Ron Jeremy can be seen on the first season dvd as well as a deleted hidden camera gag involving a waiter with a rubber penis in a restaurant.
Written on a small glass paperweight behind one of the penis test volunteers: "Vasectomy is never having to say you're sorry."
Number of times the "fairy rings the bell" during the survey segment: 9, not counting the repeated bell at the end.
Two deleted scenes of Milan hawking feng shui merchandise can be seen on the First Season dvd.
The description on the water list for 4.75 per bottle L'eau Du Robinet: "Pure, brisk, and unmistakably French, this running water is bottled directly from the source, while its natural minerals and nutrients are still at their most potent. Its aggressive flavor and brash attitude make it a perfect complement to meats and poultry."
The description in the water list for 4.75 per bottle Mt. Fuji: "From the highest reaches of Japan, this refreshing water is known throughout the Far East for its clean and bracing flavor as well as its restorative powers as a natural diuretic and anti-toxin."
Names on the bottles of water used in the water steward bit:
Mt. Fuji-Zen Water
Amazon-Brazilian rain water
Agua de Culo (a** water in Spanish)
Pisse de chat (French...ish for cat pee, as seen in a Deleted scene)
L'eau Du Robinet (French for tap or sink water)
An additional portion of Dr. Eugenie C. Scott's interview can be seen in the deleted scenes on the season one dvd.
Phrases associated with Evolution theory on the blackboard at the end of the episode: "Changes", "Observation", "Hypothesis, "Testing", "Debate".
Phrases associated with Creationism on the blackboard at the end of the episode: "Rigid", "Fiction", "Asserting", "Insisting", "Twisting Fact", "Torturing".
It's interesting to note that when the clients are bending the rebar between them, even the hosts realize how dangerous it is. The viewer can see in a close-up that they aren't actually pushing directly into a piece of rebar with their necks, they're actually resting it on a folded piece of money on their necks.
Bumper Sticker seen on the wall in the Universal Remembrance University: "Shift Happens"
Dwoskin appears to inadvertently break the chair he's using as a prop when he demonstrates his method.
The boom mic bobs into view after the remote viewing class finishes.
An extended cut of Dr. Goldberg's past-life regression can be seen in the deleted scenes on the season one dvd.
According to the exterior shot of the strip mall, Monica Dietrich ironically does her pet psychic work in a chiropractor's office.
James Randi offers a one million dollar prize to anyone who can show under proper observing conditions, evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power. To date no one has been able to win the one million dollar prize. While Penn mentions this prize in the episode itself, Randi discussing the same thing can be seen in the deleted scenes on the first season dvd.
The footage of the long shelf of diet products was apparently filmed inside a Wal-Mart, as seen by the yellow tags and visual design of a glimpsed overhead sign.
Additional pieces of the interview with Juliano can be seen in the deleted scenes on the season one dvd.
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