Christina's mother is different to the one shown on the picture of her in a church (in a previous episode).
In all episodes until "Hell Hath No Fury Like a Women Choked" Christina Nickson wears a necklace with a cross. This episode is the first episode where she wears the cross on one necklace and what looks like a square shaped charm on second necklace.
In this episode Mark Owens is speaking to Judy Kramer after Father Tomas's funeral. He says "I haven't been in there since Isabelle's…" (Mark Owens doesn't finish the sentence) He was referring to the Church and Isabelle's funeral. Judy's response is "Oh, right. Me either". She meant that she hadn't been in the Church since the passing of her sister Isabelle as well. How ever, Judy Kramer was in Church in Episode 7 "Unraveling".
Aired in Sweden on TV3 19th of June, 2005.
This episode was advertised by FOX as being the scariest episode of the season.
Originally scheduled to air March 24, 2005. It was bumped at the last minute due to a snafu with on-screen graphics for telephone voting for "American Idol" that led to that show expanding on the 23rd to one hour and having its results show, along with the premiere of "Life on a Stick" that was scheduled for Wednesday as well, to be moved to "Point"'s timeslot for the night.
It is hinted that Christina's mother may be crazy now. Boyd says that he saw "something break" inside her when he took Christina away from her
Boyd confirms that Christina's mother is in fact still alive, but he does not know where she is.
Boyd reveals that he is in fact human, but is 96 years old and cannot die.
Meg has psyhcic abilities. Boyd made them worse so she would not be a threat to him.
It's revealed Father Tomas had feelings for Christina.
Even though it's implied in all the episodes, this is the first time someone actually called Christina "the daughter of the devil." That's probably why Boyd said it sounds weird when you actually say it.
Paula and Terry seem to start a relationship.
Father Tomas dies in this episode.
Jesse was dead for seven hours when he was a kid.
FOX accidentally released a full-length recap of this episode before it aired. It was posted on their website under the recap for "Unraveling".
Original Ratings: 3.0/5 in the overnights with 4.22 million viewers
Judy mentions that the Kramers, or at least she and Ben, haven't believed in God since Isabelle's death.
Original Ratings: This episode got a 2.7/4 in the overnights with 3.59 million viewers.
Terry's father speaks for the first time.