Goof: There is a 'Fly Over Manhattan' night time shot which features the WTC twin towers, which were not there anymore the time the episode takes place.
Elena Delgado: Wendy could be reacting to a very repressed family and culture. Maybe this is her way of rebelling.
Jack Malone: I can think of better ways of rebelling than having sadomasochistic sex with a scumbag lawyer.
Elena Delgado: True. She could have done what I did.
Jack Malone: What's that?
Elena Delgado: I became a cop.
Danny Taylor: You know, it surprises me that there isn't one single Korean in this whole stack.
Elena Delgado: Sometimes it's good to get away from what you know.
Original International Air Dates:
Norway: February 4, 2009 on Nrk1
Slovakia: November 19, 2009 on Markiza
The Czech Republic: February 14, 2008 on TV Nova
This episode featured an alert for missing woman Kimberly Arrington. Arrington has not been seen since October 30, 1998.
Robber: You know what we said, Jackie Chan!
Jackie Chan is a famous actor from Hong Kong who is known for performing kung fu and other types of martial arts in his films.
Elena Delgado: [Wendy] met a lot of these guys at caffeinated coffee shops. I was thinking maybe someone saw something there.
Samantha Spade: Maybe, but which one? There's at least 20 in Manhattan alone.
A tongue-in-cheek reference to Starbucks, a popular North American chain of coffee shops. It has long been joked that there is a Starbucks on every corner.