The song playing while the Gregsons were bowling is "Love of the Loveless" by Eels from the album Shootenanny! (2003).
Music: "Sic of Elephants" by Andrew Bird, "Arms of Harm" by Haley Bonar
The song playing while the shed was burning is "Good Morning Heartache" by Billie Holiday.
The song playing as Tara and Kate begin their road trip was "Keep Your Eyes Ahead" by The Helio Sequence. The end montage song was "That Knot Unties?" by David Karsten Daniels.
Nicknames: Bitch cakes (Marshall) by Tara, Baby Kat (Kate) by Gene
The poster behind Marshall's TV set is entitled "Samba D'Orpheus" by Johanna Kriesel.
Demon Tour Guide: ...This is where they all end up! In Hell! A hell far worse than you ever could've imagined. Homos! Racists! Gavin Newsom!...
Gavin Newsom, mayor of San Francisco, California from 2003-present (2009), is a known supporter of same-sex marriages and gay rights and has avid followers among the progessive community in the city.
Music: "The Wolves (Act I and II)" by Bon Iver.
Goof: It's established in episode 1 that Buck is left handed. In this episode when Tara transitions back from Buck she's retching at the sink and Buck's wristwatch is on her left wrist. Left handed people typically wear their watches on their right wrists.
Tara attended St. Anne's High School.
Nicknames: Charmainiac (Charmaine) by Max
The song in the episode playing at the beginning and at the end is "Tricycle" by Psapp from the album The Only Thing I Ever Wanted (2006).
The video game which Kate and Marshall are playing near the beginning of the episode is Grand Theft Auto on the Xbox 360.
The hospital where Charmaine gets her breast augmentation done at is the same hospital from the TV show Scrubs.
Goof: When Buck turns to punch the camera at the end of the scene, the camera moves without him even picking it up. In one shot he is sitting talking to it, the next it has moved elsewhere in the room somehow.
Music: "Take It Back" by The Barenaked Ladies, "Fine is Fine" by Peasant
Nicknames: Moosh (Marshall) by Kate