In the book the series is based on, Brennan has an ex-husband named Pete. In the episode, Pete is Brennan's ex-boyfriend instead of ex-husband.
The house used in the episode for the Eller house is the same house used for the WB's Charmed
Booth: It's like pornography. You'll know it when you see it.
Brennan: My most meaningful relationships are with dead people.
Zack: Your suit, for example, will outlast your bones by decades.
Booth: A decomposed corpse was found this morning at Arlington National Cemetery.
Brennan: Arlington National Cemetery is full of decomposed corpses. It's a cemetery.
Booth: You expect me, a federal agent, to declare war on a United States Senator based on your little holographic crystal ball?
Dr. Goodman: Go polish a bone, Mr. Addy.
Booth: He's got no sense of discretion, that kid. Typical squint.
Brennan: I don't know what that means.
Booth: When cops get stuck, we bring in people like you. You know, squints. You know, squint at things.
Brennan: Oh, you mean people with very high IQ's and basic reasoning skills.
Dr. Goodman: Dr. Brennan, are you playing me?
Brennan: You know I'm no good at that.
Dr. Goodman: Thus far, but you have a disturbingly steep learning curve.
Booth: Bones identifies bodies for us.
Brennan: Don't call me Bones and I do more than identify.
At the beginning of the episode a plane is landing under an on-screen title of "Dulles International Airport" with the Capital Building prominently shown behind the runway. Dulles International Airport, though, is approximately 25 miles west of Washington DC.
At the funeral, Temperance places a rose on the coffin amongst a few others, and she walks away from the congregation with Booth. When the screen pans back, Cleo's father places a rose on the coffin in the same place Temperance did, except there is only one there.
A crew member can be seen as Brennan and Booth interview Oliver.
As Brennan leaves the Jeffersonian, the bags she brings with her disappear and reappear between shots.
Before Brennan shoots Thompson, he had pulled a lighter out of his pocket. However, when the bullet hits his leg, his hand is in his pants pocket pulling the lighter out again.
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Booth: You know you're not the only forensic anthropologist in town.
Brennan: Yes I am. The next nearest is in Montreal.
In the series of books by Kathy Reich, the main character works in Montreal.