This episode received a 4.0/6 in ratings for overnights.
This episode ranked 4 out of 17 WB shows for the week.
This episode received a 2.8 in the national ratings.
This episode ranked 89 out of 131 in prime time shows.
It is revealed that Cordelia may not be strong enough to handle the visions since Doyle was a demon.
Cordelia: You don't eat food.
Angel: Oh, I can. It doesn't keep me alive, but, you know, sometimes I get a hankering.
Cordelia: (to Lindsey) Hi. You probably don't remember me. Cordelia. I know you're evil - and everything, but that was just so amazing.
Gunn: That was kind of tight.
Wesley: Terrific, really.
Angel: Is everyone drunk?
Angel: You know when I was in charge, nobody questioned my methods or my singing.
Cordelia: You got that half right.
Lindsey: This is my lead, why aren't you trying to kill me!!
Angel: Why aren't I trying to kill you? Why does everything have to be about you Lindsey?
Lindsey: I'm unreliable, I got these evil hand issues.
Lindsey: If you're going to kill me, get a ticket and get in line.
Lorne: Am I the only one that saw 48 Hours?
This is a reference to the 1982 film 48 Hours where a cop (Nick Nolte) and a convict (Eddie Murphy) team up to stop a crime.
Angel: You know, back in the 50s we thought everything by now would be like the Jetsons. We'd all have flying cars.
The Jetsons is a cartoon about the future. In it, everyone has flying cars.
Cordelia: I thought you had connections with the police force?
Angel: We did until she got fired.
This is referencing to the events that took place with Kate in the episode "Reprise."
Wesley: She inherited these visions from Doyle, who was half demon.
This is making reference to what happened at the end of the episode "Hero."
Wesley: Last year she got a bunch of visions at one time that almost sent her in to a coma.
This is making reference to what a demon did to Cordelia in the season one finale, "To Shanshu In LA."