This episode ranked 10 out of 16 WB shows for that week.
This episode received a 2.3 in the national ratings.
This episode received a 104 out of 117 prime time shows.
This is the first episode that David Boreanaz (Angel) has directed on the series.
Lorne: Hey, down in front!
Harmony: Yeah, Angel. You're blocking the apocalypse.
Spike: All your life is a lie. Your dreams of redemption. All for nothing.
Spike: I want to know who or what you are and how fast I can snap your forearm before you talk.
Lindsey: I'm Doyle.
Spike: I get really violant when I get played.
Woman: Thank thank you, that thing was trying to kill you.
Spike: Well what do you expect. Walking out here out in the middle of the night. I should just kill you myself.
Fred: You're empty. You're nothing left but a shell.
Wesley: You're finally coming to terms with the truth...you are irrelevant
Lindsey: These are the only things keeping me off Wolfram & Hart's radar.
Eve: Doesn't mean we're ther're not sexy.
Spike: Now that'll be a bitch of a clean up.
Spike: No need to help me. Just helping the helpless.
Gunn: I say we whoop some Machiavelli on his punk ass!
Machiavelli wrote "The Prince", a book advising a certain prince to use manipulation and cunning to keep his position, no matter what.
Angel: Gunn, get a meeting with your best Judas but don't tell him your plans
Refers to Judas Iscariot, the man who betrayed Jesus.
Spike: Look who came to call..Crockett and Tubbs.
Refers to a couple of actors on "Miami Vice".