After Logan beats up Gory pretty bad for insulting Veronica, he asks her if she wants to "hear her friend apologize" and she says "I'm not interested in his apology".
A similar exchange took place in the pilot episode. When Weevil tries to get Logan to apologize to Veronica for breaking one of her car headlights, she says "I don't want his apology".
When Veronica approaches Jaleesa Jones in the food court, Jaleesa's standing at the counter reading a book, which she's holding with both hands. When she answers Veronica's question, she puts the book down and puts her left hand on the cash register. The camera angle changes to show Veronica, and we can see that Jaleesa is still holding the book, which she then puts down for a second time. The book in question is Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, published in 1957.
At the beginning of the Episode, Keith Mars gives his Deputies specific assignments. He calls two of these Deputies "Kitsis and Horowitz". Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz are two writers and producers of Lost.
Keith and Leo are staking out the sports store and Keith calls Sacks to report a robbery in progress. The store is not being robbed, but burgled. Burglary is when a building is entered with the purpose of stealing; robbery is when force is used to take something from a person.
The video game the four boys are playing before Veronica shoots their TV with a paintball gun is "Gears of War" for the Xbox 360, a third-person shooter set in a post-apocalyptic future.
In the last scene when Veronica and Keith are having dinner, you see Veronica holding onto the side of the pot she's scooping the meat and potatoes out of. Having come off the stove, where it would have been at least keeping warm, it should have burned her hand.
When Veronica is using the disposable cell phone and pretending to be calling from a radio station she has her phone to her right ear. A few seconds later the phone is to her left ear for just a split second, and then switches back to the right.
Sacks mentions hearing from the LAX (Los Angeles International airport) and waiting to hear from John Wayne, another Los Angeles area airport. There are other major airports in the area. Burbank and Ontario airports are nearby. And, given the estimated amount of time elapsed, Long Beach airport would also be another possibility.
When Parker is taking picture of Mac holding a pack of condoms, she is holding the box in front of her. Although when later some guy is looking at the picture, she is holding it a little bit on the left side.
Logan has intimate knowledge of positions in the Kamasutra
Veronica's drawn on tattoo is of the 90's culture icon My Little Pony. The tattoo also features the words "Thug life" above it which was one of the many tattoos of Tupac Shakur.
When Logan hands the first clue to Mac, Parker's mouth opens, but we don't hear her laugh until after it closes.
When Logan takes a picture of Veronica in the jail cell, his thumb is actually blocking the lens.
The video game Logan and Heather play throughout the episode is Mario Kart: Double Dash for the Nintendo GameCube. However, the game can't be played via the internet, as Logan insinuates at the end of the episode.
When Dick asks Logan, "You know a good lawyer?", Logan answers, "I know... a lawyer" as a reference to Cliff McCormack. Veronica and Wallace had the same exact exchange in Season 2, Episode 12 ("Rashard and Wallace Go to White Castle") when he was in trouble with a hit-and-run.
Even though we don't get a close look at Madison's mother, we can clearly see that it's not the same mother we met in Season 1 Episode 11 ("Silence of the Lamb").
The movie Veronica and Logan are watching while waiting for the escort to arrive is Sense and Sensibility, based on a novel by Jane Austen.
Goof: The lab assistant says "The only way to conclusively prove test results is through an autopsy." When performed on animals, however, the procedure is called a necropsy.
The song that Veronica plays to show that the room is Canadian is "One Week" by the Barenaked Ladies, who are a Canadian rock group.
The character who was ultimately found responsible for the disappearance of the monkey was named Gil Thomas Pardy. This becomes Gil T. Pardy, or Guilty Party.