"My Brother's Keeper" comes from the Bible verse Genesis 4: 8-10. It reads: Cain said to his bother Abel 'let us go out to the field.' And when they were in the field Cain rose up against his brother Abel, and killed him. Then the Lord said to Cain 'where is your brother Abel? He said, 'I do not know; am I my brother's keeper?' and the Lord said, 'what have you done?
How is it that Lem and Bird have the traumatic and life-changing experience of Bird aborting her pregnancy against Lem's wishes, and not only is this completely not referred to in the next episode, where everything appears quite hunky-dory between them, but the couple is actually shown making love?! After an abortion, Bird would be on pelvic rest for 6 weeks...
How was it possible that Lem found a picture of Mr. King in Bird's yearbook after she tore out that picture in "Past Imperfect"? Is it possible that she could've had two yearbooks?
Perhaps she is reminisicing about how mama joe would have been, had she been there when she was pregnant
When Bird reminisces about Mama Joe, she recalls a time when she is very pregnant and Mama Joe is still alive. This is a MAJOR continuity error since we learned in the movie that Bird first found out that she was pregnant after the death of Mama Joe.
Why would Teri have a problem with Damon seeing her naked when he's seen her naked on more than one occasion?
According to Christine's epitaph, we learn that Christine was 33 which would make her the same age as Teri. In "The More Things Stay the Same", Teri is having a conversation with Miles and she mentions that she was not aware that Damon was 26. She then revealed that she was only 5 years older than him.
In the episode, Teri goes behind Lem's back to get a favor from an old friend at the D.A.'s office. In the original movie, Teri received a favor from a friend at the D.A.'s office to get Lem out of jail for putting a gun on Cousin Blimp, after having an argument with Bird.
The title "If You Don't Know Me By Now" comes from the 1972 classic by Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes.
Tony Sciara is credited for portraying the role of Roberto in this episode, but while at Chadway Towing, Kenny calls him Al.
When Monica is showing off her new car, she turns up the radio so she and Bird can dance to the music. But Monica still has the car keys in her hand, and she has never turned on the car or the radio for it to play.
In what episode do Lem and Bird make amends and get back together with each other?
In this episode, it is revealed that Kenny & Teri dated back in high school.
The title "Anything You Can Do" come from the song written by Irving Berlin used in the 1946 musical Annie Get Your Gun and is an anthem for feminism.
Marcia Wright is the wife of executive producer George Tillman, Jr.
In the movie, Bird's hair salon was its own establishment. As we can seen now, it's located inside of a mall.
In this episode, Damon tells Teri that he has left her packages with Vanessa, apparently her secretary, because "for once she was at her desk." But in the first episode, Teri says that her secretary's name is Ellen.
How come there is no mentioned made of the barbershop or the laundromat that the girls' father used to own? Maybe he lost those establishments due to his massive gambling habit.
In the movie Kenny's last name was Simmons, in the series it's Chadway.
This is a major GOOF. Throughout the entire series they have said that Bird's real name is Tracey, but in the Soul Food movie, Ahmad says in the opening scene that Bird's name was Robin.