"Ringo" had his childhood in Saltville, Nebraska, growing up on a farm. TV figures were his friends.
The pictures of the three employees of Fenix that the Lone Gunmen impersonate are actually the executive producers.
We get to see for the first time the very neatly organized living quarters for Byers in this episode. It is a largish room upstairs from their warehouse working area with a full-sized bed and a closet for all his suits. The room fits Byers to a T.
We also saw Jimmy's space in the Gunmen's warehouse as well. It is disorganized, with posters and a bunch of photos and other things on the walls. His bed is near a computer that gets Frohike's email.
In the opening scene, the recording being played (and transcribed by Peanuts) is from Hamlet's famous "to be or not to be" soliloquy from Shakespeare's Hamlet.
Yves' anagrammatic alias for this episode was Sara Lee Wheyvold.
Nitpick: The blade in the reciprocating saw that Adam Burgess was using was FAR too short to cut through the full thickness of the wall. Also, even with the right length blade, it would take well over an hour (if not longer) and several blade changes as they dulled to make a cut that big. Further, the saw he was using was a cordless type meaning he would also have to change and recharge batteries often.
Once again, Yves is using an anagram of LHO for a fake identification. This week it was Leroy W. DeShavela.
Goof: Langly's glasses alternate between the larger frames that he wore in the earlier episodes of The X-Files, and the thinner frames that he will wear through the rest of the season.
Goof: On the long shots of Double-Bogey's computers they are running Windows 95. In a tight shot, when the software keys and registry are being erased, the construction of the Windows would indicate a Mac Platform.
The secret location of the Lone Gunmen's HQ is finally given. Their warehouse/basement is in Takoma Park, Maryland, essentially an industrial suburb of Washington D.C.