At the end of the episode, Charlie escapes the church service, ditching his family and Miss Pasternak, by jumping over an extended donation basket. The scene, which also ends in a freeze frame, mirrors Charlie's escape from Miss Pasternak's classroom in "A Bag Full of Jawea" where he jumps over the janitor's bucket, ending in a freeze frame.
Jake says the episode title in this episode.
Miss Pasternak: Charlie Harper?
Charlie: (looking around) Where? He owes me money!
Charlie: (about the jock strap) Think you can fit your junk into that?
Jake: I'll make it fit, let's just go.
Charlie: No, no, put it on over your pants, we'll take a look.
Jake: (embarrassed) The heck you will!
Alan: Charlie, you're embarrassing him.
Charlie: Of course I am. That's why I came!
(Charlie and Delores are praying)
Charlie: Weird, us both being on our knees at the same time.
Charlie: Just saying.
Miss Pasternak: You miserable son of a bitch: I gave you my heart, I gave you my soul, I gave you my body. And you just threw me aside like I was some piece of garbage.
Charlie: Yeah, my bad.
The German episode title is "Schuld und Sühne", which is also their title for Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment. The French title is "Un suspensoir en enfer", an exact translation. The Italian title is "La conversione di Charlie", meaning "Charlie's Transformation".
Latin America: December 2, 2008 on Warner Channel
Czech Republic: February 3, 2010 on TV Nova
Slovakia: September 30, 2010 on Markiza
The Parents Television Council filed an indecency complaint with the Federal Communications Commission in regards to the strip club scene in this episode.
Music: "Cherry Pie" by Warrant; "Push It" by Salt-n-Pepa
This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #222.
Previously played by Missi Pyle, the role of Miss Pasternak is now played by Alicia Witt.
Charlie refered to Alan as Jiminy Cricket, a character from Pinocchio.