The little piano melody that J.D. plays and thinks is catchy is the melody for "I'm No Superman," from the theme song.
In the episode "My Self Examination" J.D says that Elliot is a heavy sleeper and he manages to throw her without waking her, but here she wakes when Turk opens the door.
Mr. Cookie Pants was also the name of a puppet used by Dr. Norris (Christopher Meloni) in the episode "My White Whale" (S03E03).
"I'd Rather be With You" by Joshua Radin (Dr. Kelso and Dr. Cox share a moment)
In the ending credits, the plaque that introduces the janitor outtakes says that this was meant to be episode 805 when it really is episode 806.
(Elliot walks out)
Janitor: Angry woman out.
(Jordan walks in)
Janitor: Angry woman in.
Jordan: You better not be making me one of your stupid janitor jokes.
Janitor: No ma'am.
(Jordan walks out)
Janitor: Angry woman out.
J.D.: Hey I'm glad I found you. I need your approval to cut down some lollipop trees outside the sea monkey hut.
Denise: What are you talking about?
J.D.: The decisions have to go through you because you're the mayor of crazy town.
J.D.: Wow. You look amazing.
Elliot: Even in cookie pants?
J.D.: Especially in cookie pants.
Dr. Cox: Oh God, no. You don't really think we're becoming friends, do you?
Dr. Kelso: Good Lord, I hope not.
Elliot: Carla always says that making love with you is perfect.
Turk: Yes she did.
Elliot: Tell me what makes it so special. I mean, she says that you even cry sometimes.
Turk: Thank you for sharing.
Todd: It's okay, T-dog. If it doesn't hurt you're not doing it right.
Jordan: I'm introducing myself because anyone who had convinced Perry not to take the Chief of Medicine job has never met me.
Dr. Kelso: That pansy-assed little tell-tale.
Jordan: Bob, so help me God, you fix this or I will grab you by your muffin top and stomp on your withered man-parts until your eyes pop out.
Dr. Kelso: Twenty years ago, I would have thrown you you on this table and made love to you, right here.
Jordan: And I would have loved it.
Janitor: (to J.D.) Reminds me of what my grandpa taught me when I was a boy. He said, "Janitor. Every time an angry woman storms out another angry woman storms in".
J.D.: Hey. With Carla and Izzie out of town, it must be nice to have the place to yourself for once, huh?
Turk: Dude. I can't answer that. How many people here are spies and are ordered to report everything I say back to Carla?
(Everyone puts their hand up)
J.D.: I should go.
J.D.: Endoscopy's a really painful invasive procedure.
Denise: Who gives a crap?
J.D.: Oh, I don't know, Joe, I think I do. Probably sounds crazy to you.
Denise: Oh not crazy, just a little weird.
Dr. Cox: That was just the Board. They're offering me the Chief of Medicine job.
Jordan: Shut up! Do you know what this means? That when I ask our nanny how she manages to raise her own kid without a nanny, I can hire a second nanny to listen to her boring answer.
Elliot: (to J.D.) Cookies are done. I baked a dozen for you and a dozen for me. Now I like to eat one and a half cookies every day, so a dozen cookies lasts 8 days. Well, 10 days, because I don't eat sugar on Wednesdays, and on Sundays I call my mom and she asks what's wrong with my phone because I sound fat.
J.D.'s narration: I was still trying to get my intern Joe to be more sensitive with her patients.
Denise: Don't worry Mr. Hepburn. A lot of people are afraid of needles. I was only surprised because you're the first one I've come across that doesn't have a vagina.
Denise: (to J.D.) Did you know that guy was a priest?
Although credited, Judy Reyes (Nurse Carla Espinosa) does not appear in this episode. It is her first absence in the show.
Original International Air Dates:
Australia: February 26, 2009 on Channel 7
Latin America: June 9, 2009 on Sony Entertainment Television (aka Canal Sony)
Sweden: October 28, 2009 on TV6
Dr. Kelso's comment that he enjoys Dr. Cox's misery more than "comfy shoes and a warm place to crap" is a paraphrase of a controversial and racist remark made by former Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz in front of Pat Boone and John Dean on a flight to the Republican National Convention. The comment became so widely publicized that it forced Butz to resign his position.