This episode received a 5.0/8 in the overnight ratings.
This episode ranked 2nd out of 16 WB shows for that week.
This episode scored a 3.7 in the national ratings.
This episode ranked 75 out of 122 in prime time shows.
Wesley: Demons with one eye, demons with twelve eyes, some with double vision. No blind demons. Perhaps Angel's discovered a new species?
Cordelia: What? Helen Kellerus Homicidilus?
Lindsey: I guess it's fair to say you've never seen anything like real poverty. I'm talking dirt poor. No shoes, no toilet. Six of us kids in one room. And come flu season it was down to four. I was seven when they took the house. They just came right in and took it. And my daddy's bein' nice, you know? Joking with the bastards while he signs the deed. See we had a choice -- you got stepped on or you got to steppin'. And I swore to myself I wasn't goin' to be the guy standing there with a stupid grin on my face while my life got dribbled out…
Angel: Ooof. I nodded off. Did you get to the part where you're evil?
Lindsey: I go back there; they're gonna kill me.
Angel: That's what we call an acceptable risk.
Lindsey: Sorry I'm late. Hope I didn't worry anyone.
Cordelia: We just figured you were dead.
Wesley: In a sense. The human eye is only capable of registering a small portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, but if Brewer was somehow equipped to see outside that range..
Cordelia: She'd be superman. Whats the diff' in how she sees, anyway? So she can get a look at the bars of her cell. Why are we still talking about this?
Cordelia: What? Hellen and Keller Homicidalus?
This is making a reference to Penn & Teller the magicians.
Cordelia: Maybe in night court...
Cordelia makes a reference to the series Night Court.
Cordelia: I thought born again boy was going to do it.
This is a Christian term for people who have changed radically with faith in Christ.
Lindsey: While I continue to walk the thorny path.
The thorny path references one of Jesus' parables about sowing seeds and them landing in different soils.