Goof: The website Neil is looking at says that the funeral service for Bryce Craine will be held on January 2nd, 2002. It should say 2003, as Bryce died on December 25th 2002.
"Deceiver" by Judas Priest
"Come Alive" by Hanni El Khatib
"Devil May Dance" by AJ Roach
The name tag on Max's overall from his new workplace Orgalawn reads "Greg Maxson," a variation of his real name Max Gregson.
"Mmmbop" by Kate and Marshall
"Blood" by Band of Skulls
The usual open title sequence and theme music is not used in this episode, making this only the second episode without it, after the series premiere.
"All Of Everything" by Frankie Avalon
This episode finally reveals the pact between the sisters is, which was first mentioned by Shoshana in Torando!.
Tara: You and me, me and you (Charmaine joins in) sisters keeper through and through.
Music: "Kiss with a Fist" by Florence and the Machine
Music: "Metal Heart" by Cat Power
Tara completes the "Liar" House, she made for the art show out of Marshall's liar box, with a very detailed miniature bicentennial flag which she calls the most important part. Kate also found a bicentennial flag in Hubbard's basement during the tornado in the episode Torando!.
Music: "Fool's Gold" by Lhasa de Sela
Music: "Cherry Tulips" by Headlights, "Hard Heart (Love Spy)" by Queen Sea Big Shark, "Together as a System We Are Unbeatable" by Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players
Courtney tells Marshall that they can make their relationship work though Marshall is homosexual like Clay Aiken and his baby mama. Clay Aiken, an American pop singer who made the second place of the second American Idol season, became the father of a boy in August 2008. A month later, Aiken made his homosexuality public.
Music: "Sea Cruise" by Frankie Ford, "Apples and Pairs" by Slow Club
When Tara is talking with Shoshana on the side of the road there is a bumper sticker in the back window that is used to show religious tolerance, but also fits perfect to Tara because it reads "coexist".
Music: "Body Buzz" by Aloha Listen, "Flight 27" by Hilotrons, "It Must Be Something Psychological" by Katie Lee
Music: "Wish I Had Not Said That" by J.J. Cale, "Motley Mary Ann" by Pisces, "Get Down On It" by Kool & the Gang, "Cloud Nine" by Rodd Keith
When Tara is in the kitchen near the fridge you can see her mic box on her back under her clothes.