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Avery tells Phyllis during their argument "How would I take your daughter's place in your life" which is obviously an unedited mistake since Avery was supposed to say "How would I take your place in your daugther's life" which is what Phyllis originally accused her of.
Why would Nikki feel the need to apologize to Victor for bringing David Chow into their lives, when it was actually Victor who brought him into town?
Cane names the baby Cordelia Katherine Valentine Ashby.
Kay's letter to Murphy spells out CLINT when reading the first letter of each sentence:
Can't take it anymore
Lied to you, Murphy
I'm not Kay
Now I have to leave
Till we meet again.
The picture of Heather that Adam has on his cellphone is one of the pictures that Vail Bloom had taken on a professional photo shoot.
Olivia mentions that Nate is attending the medical school at Johns Hopkins.
Jack says Hope died a year ago, but she actually died 9 months ago.
If Murphy knows that Victor Newman is a billionaire from Genoa City, how doesn't he know Katherine Chancellor or the details of her death and similarity with Marge?
Marge's last name was presumed to be both "Cootridge" and "Cotrooke" during the last few years, but in this episode Marge pronounces it as "Catrooke."
Continuity error: Sharon claims that she had never been to Paris, but in 2006, when she learned of Nick and Phyllis' affair, she went to Paris with Noah for a few days.
River tells Michael that he wanted to name him 'Kahlil' when he was born.
Amber uses her alias "Marina" on Loveline, which she previously used while disguised for the Frash Faces of Jabot competition.
Since David never legally changed his name, his marriage to Nikki is invalid.
Adam reveals that Skye's last name is Lockhart.
This is the first time Sabrina's last name (Costelana) is mentioned on-screen, by Victor.
We learn the name of David's mystery "friend," Walter Palin.
David Shaughnessy directs his first episode since the last time he directed back in 2004. Shaughnessy directed the episodes of the show for a long period of time from 1992 to 2004, he produced episodes from 1992 to 2001, and served as the executive producer from 2001 to 2004.
Iris Almario previously played Attorney Jessica Sinclair, but her character is now called Theresa.
When Lauren goes to light the candles in the apartment, she misses the first one, but doesn't light it again.
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