In a scene in the kitchen, Maryann is reading the book Heartsick by Chelsea Cain.
In Eric's flashback, one of Eric's men says "The gods wait for you in Valhalla". In Norse mythology, Valhalla is a grand majestic hall where those who die in combat travel to. The god who rules over this hall is Odin.
In this episode we find out that Godric is Eric's maker.
Bill: It's been a long night... don't feel like you have to.
Sookie: Quit talking crazy.
Bill: I just meant that I'd be satisfied to simply hold you.
Sookie: I would not be satisfied. Not one bit.
Bill: What do you want, Sookie? Say it.
Sookie: I want you. Every which way. I just want you.
Sookie: Look if ya'll argue anymore I'm either gonna fall asleep or start screaming.
Sarah: I think that after all your trials, heart ache and pain. God wants you to have a reward.
Jason: You sure?
Sarah: Let me reward you, Jason. Let me help you find your way back to joy.
Daphne: Terry could you make the iced tea?
Arlene: Don't you do it.
Arlene: You better not.
(Terry groans and walks away mumbling about being caught in the middle)
Bill: Here I am responsible for you and Jessica and no decisions are mine. I just feel like a...
Sookie: You're walkin in my shoes and it's givin you blisters.
Sookie: If all I do in Dallas is shut up and take orders then I might as well be slingin' beers at Merlotte's. You're the one who told me I was more than a waitress.
Bill: You are.
Sookie: This is a continental breakfast?
Barry: What's wrong with it?
Sookie: I just thought it would be more continental.
Barry: Well the danishes are Danish.
This episode was nominated for the 2010 Excellence in Production Design Award for "Episode of a One Hour Single-Camera Television Series".
-Czech Republic: "Nikdy Mě Nenech Odejít" ("Never Let Me Leave").
Mariana Klaveno ("Lorena") was added to the opening credits.
Original International Airdates:
-Latin America: August 16, 2009 on HBO Latinoamerica Este.
-Australia: October 13, 2009 on Showcase.
-Czech Republic: December 15, 2009 on HBO.
-Germany: February 27, 2010 on 13th Street.
-United Kingdom: March 26, 2010 on FX.
-Sweden: March 31, 2010 on SVT1