In David and Keith's wedding scene, several of the show writers can be seen sitting among the wedding guests.
Amy Spanger, who plays the dead soldier's sister, was Michael C. Hall's wife at the time of filming, but they separated in 2006.
In the flashback, Nate says "Kurt Cobain died today", however Cobain's body was only found and the news broke about 3 days after he died.
Nate has a similar burial to the one he gave Lisa in the Season Four premiere--under a tree with no coffin and no embalming. This one is legal, however, and attended by more than one person.
The song played during Nate's funeral is "Knocking on Heaven's Door" by Bob Dylan.
Goof: The whole time Nate is in his bedroom, his heart rate is always steady at 80 bpm, which is close to impossible.
Goof: In the final sequence when Nate and Dave are in the van passing the joint around, Dave holds the joint even though Nate didn't give it to him. Then in the next shot, Nate hands it over to him again.
Nate says Fiona deflowered him when he was 15 and she was 32. That means a 17 year difference in their ages. When she dies, Fiona is 53 and Nate 40 - a difference of 13 years.
Goofs: In the scenes where Billy is dancing around in his new leather pants, the scar on the small of his back is not there. Seeing as he carved off his "Nathaniel" tattoo, where is his scar? It was visible back when Claire took the B&W photos of Billy.
Nate is still wearing his pants when he gets out of the bed after he had sex. (Black tight shorts)
The classic act, to schedule a date when you're divorcing your ex. A similar scenario occurred in "Desperate Housewives" season 3.
When Ruth's horse has to be shot, she walks off a little way and there are several people in the background, including a woman and a small girl. Then we hear the shot and see Ruth react, but not one of the background people so much as flinch.
Javier (Bobby Cannavale) plays a potentially gay or bisexual character in this episode of SFU. He has portrayed gay or bisexual characters at least four more times in the films "The Guru" and "Shall We Dance", "Will & Grace, and "OZ".
Nate: I was just gonna play some Doom.
Doom is a 90's First Person Shooter video game.
Inconsistency Goof: The collar of the sweater worn by Margaret (played by Joanna Cassidy) changes position numerous times between shots during the lunch scene at the campus.
Boy..that is an understatement. The thing has a life of its own! I had to replay the scene a couple of times I was laughing so hard.
During the scene where Claire and her friends are painting the wall in her new room and discussing if she ever had an orgasm, the amount of paint on the walls constantly changes from scene to scene. In some scenes there is hardly any paint on the walls and in others it is nearly completely covered.
When Nate jumps in the grave he has dug for Lisa's body, you can hear a clonking sound as if the bottom of the pit was boarded. But Lisa specifically wanted nothing between her and the earth.
After picking up Lisa's body and loading it in the van, Nate and David cannot bear to breath in the stench without the windows fully open. When Nate is bringing Lisa's body to bury in the desert, the windows appear to be up.
Maya was a toddler in the last episode, now she is an infant again?
When Nate and Lisa are driving home from the camping trip the car window behind Nate intermittently has something on it.
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ensemble cast, gay and lesbian relationships, Coming of Age, dysfuntional families, dead parents