This episode scored a 3.7/5 in the overnight ratings.
This episode ranked 4 out of 12 WB shows for the night.
This episode received a 2.7 in the national ratings.
This episode ranked 82 out of 119 in prime time shows.
This is the last of the co-series creator, David Greenwalt's, full presense on the show. He write and directs this finale. He goes on for his short lived series Miracles.
Angel: I don't even own a TV. He's gonna wanna watch TV. Not too much, I mean, after homework and chores. He's gonna need clothes, weekly allowance... What's good nowadays? Fifty cents, a dollar?
Cordelia: Yeah. If you're Tom Sawyer painting the fence.
Angel: See? I'm so out of touch.
Cordelia: Well, what about rebuilding your club here?
Lorne: That's a great idea, pixie-cat. Except every time I do, you all seem to destroy it.
Cordelia: It was only - three times.
Lilah: Mind if I join you?
Wesley: On many levels and with great intensity.
Cordelia: I'm not telling your sixteen-year-old boy that.
Angel: Well, someone has to make sure he knows the facts of life. My track record with the whole man/woman thing isn't, you know... I don't wanna use the words 'tragic farce' but...
Lilah Morgan: Don't go making more of this than it is. I'm not one of the doey-eyed girls of Angel Investigations. Don't be thinking about me when I'm gone.
Wesley: I wasn't thinking about you when you were here.
Cordelia: If you are Tom Sawyer maybe.
References the book written by Mark Twain.
Angel: You're a vampire, you're not in Cats.
References the Broadway musical production/play.