Tracey portrays the following characters in this episode:
-A woman at a shipping dock
-A flight attendant for Jet Blue
-Chanel Monticello (an airport x-ray screener)
-Mary Ann LeFrank (a 70-year old woman who is pregnant)
-Laurie David (enviromental activist)
-David Beckham (international soccer star)
-Andy Rooney (60 Minutes correspondent)
-Cameron Diaz (actress)
-Campbell Brown (CNN Anchor)
-Annette Thomas (a stage actress returning after two hip replacements)
-Ronnie Rooney (brother of Andy Rooney)
-Sally Knox (a fictional investment banker who's having an affair with her boss)
-Arianna Huffington (founder of The Huffington Post)
Andy Rooney: They put a computer on the set and they pretend I'm using it. I don't know how to use a computer, all I know about is what to do with a pencil. Pencils are the best!
Ronnie Rooney: Why do they take old people to the theatre, when we just want to die?
[holding up a pair of tweezers]
Chanel Monticello: You can not take these pilot killers on a plane! You could kill a pilot with these! You could disable a stewardess with these.
[the passenger holds up a pair of high heeled shoes]
Chanel Monticello: That's okay, that's a shoe. [holding the tweezers up] This could kill someone, that's just a shoe.
This episode was nominated for multiple Emmy awards in the following categories "Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series" and "Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special."
The song Tracey sings, while playing Annette Thomas, is "Cell Block Tango" from the musical Chicago.