During one of Starr's scenes she says "loosing" instead of "losing."
On Days of our Lives in 2004, Farah Fath's character Mimi Lockhart told her boyfriend Rex that she had an abortion, apparently he was listening to his ipod at the time and didn't hear her.
The song performed by Starr, Cole, Markko, Langston and Britney is Come With Me, originally performed by Rie Sinclair for General Hospital.
The song Starr sings when she's in the auditorium alone is Violet Delight.
When Paul Satterfield is speaking in character to Phil Carey in his hospital bed, he intends to refer to the character of David Vickers. However, instead of saying the name 'David', he actually says the name 'Tuc', which is the name of the actor playing David Vickers, Tuc Watkins.
Paige reveals that the son she gave up for adoption was born on December 26, 1979.
This is actually a goof. In the scene right before Tess slips into bed with the still unconscious Nash, the Doctor standing over the bed and checking the chart is actually Dr. Michael McBain. This would not be possible because Nash and Tess are in a hospital in Napa Valley and Dr. McBain is in Llanview.
Earlier (that evening) Tess had tricked Asa into letting her use the jet in order to fly to Napa to be with Nash. Unless she took Dr. McBain with her, he would still be in Llanview.
Antonio accuses RJ of stealing money from him, wouldn't he figure it out when RJ said I didn't take any money out of your bank. Antonio should of known RJ was telling the truth because Jessica got his money from Antonio's credit card!
Marcie's father has never been issued a first name on-screen, only in the ending credits. In his previous appearance he was listed as Ralph Walsh, but in this appearance and future appearances, he was listed as Charlie Walsh. The official website states that Marcie's father's name is Ralph.
Although Jessica's middle name has always been Lynn in the past, today it was stated to be Eugenia.
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