Episode Title: Kennedy and Heidi are the names of the girls in the other car Christopher swerves to miss at the start of the episode.
While on the fishing boat, sunlight flip-flops with nearly every switch in camera angle, with Tony and Paulie bathed in sunlight for one angle, under overcast skies for the next, and then back to sunbathed when the angle switches back to the first.
During the movie screening we see that Paulie Walnuts' ring tone is the Simon and Garfunkel song, "Cecilia."
When Tony wakes up following the fist fight, several blood stains have disappeared from his undershirt.
Tony really couldn't have smashed a hole all the way through AJ's front windshield the way he did. Windshields are layered with unbreakable glass/plastic to prevent exactly such a thing from happening.
Tony gets the newspaper at the end of his driveway for the first time this season. The "newspaper shot" is featured in the premiere episodes of the first five seasons.
The episode title comes from Bobby commenting on his "Moe and Joe" lumber unloading car in his model train set-up.
Lost while returning from Pennsylvania, Chris and Tony wonder why they're heading towards Pittsburgh, and if they've "crossed route 62 yet." Pennsylvania's portion of U.S. Route 62 is in the northwest corner of the state, and even if lost, they would not have come in contact with it coming from New Jersey.
At the beginning of this episode, when A.J. tells his parents he is selling his drums for living expenses, his hair is short. In one of the next scenes where A.J. and Tony are fishing, his hair is long. Then in his next scene his hair is short again and stays that way for the rest of the episode.
When A.J. receives the bill for $1,890 at a nightclub, the time stamp on the receipt shows 2:34PM.
The episode title comes from the name given to pancakes made with cornmeal that Vito orders at the local diner in New Hampshire.
The assassination of Rusty Millio was reminiscent of the hit on Joey Peeps in the season 5's "Marco Polo." In both incidents, the person killed was:
1. In a car preparing to drive away.
2. Killed in the car along with the other person in the car.
3. The car itself was already in gear and started to move with the dead bodies slumped over inside.
Playing the killing in this way brings that story line full circle, since Rusty ordered the Joey Peeps hit, which started the chain of events leading to the deaths of Angelo Garape, Billy Leotardo, Tony Blundetto, and finally Rusty himself.
Variety headline: Swag Grab Nabs Industry Blab
When Vito looks at the New Hampshire license plate, the close-up shows six random letters against the background of the Old Man in the Mountain. In reality, when the license plates changed about 7 years ago to the Old Man background, a system of 6 random numbers was adopted, and letters are now only used on vanity plates.
Right after Meadow told Carmela and Rosalie about what Finn saw with Vito, Tony walks into the kitchen. We hear Tony singing a line from Jethro Tull's "Aqualung," however, his mouth never opens once.
Newspaper headline: Cushy Psych Lock-Up for Don 'Squirrel'-eone
When Paulie pulls up to Green Grove to confront Nucci, his Cadillac is covered with raindrops. When he steps out, the car is completely dry.
The Ojibwe saying pinned next to Tony's bed: "Sometimes I go about in pity for myself and all the while a great wind carries me across the sky."
Aaron Arkaway was wearing a shirt regarding his participation at a vigil for Terri Schiavo, a severely brain-damaged women at the center of court disputes over whether her husband should be allowed to terminate her life support, claiming that was her wish if she ended up in such a state.
The credits do not mention who is the actress providing the voice of Tony's wife in his dream. It has been specifically stated in the press that it is just a random woman: neither a woman from Tony's past, nor any recognizable actress.
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