This episode scored a 4.6/7 in the ratings.
This episode ranked 6th out of 12 WB shows for the week.
Angel reveals that he is 241 years old in this episode.
As of this episode, Anthony Stewart Head narrates the intro instead of the old WB announcer.
Ms. Calendar's first name is revealed to be Jenny.
Angel: Is this a bad time?
Buffy: Are you crazy? You don't just sneak up on people in a graveyard. You make noise when you walk. You stomp or... yodel.
Buffy: Are you jealous?
Angel: Of Xander? Please. He's just a kid.
Buffy: Is it 'cause I danced with him?
Angel: "Danced with" is a pretty loose term. "Mated with" might be little closer.
Buffy: Don't you think you're being a little unfair? It was one little dance, which I only did to make you crazy, by the way. Behold my success.
Angel: I am not jealous!
Buffy: You're not jealous? What, vampires don't get jealous?
Angel: See, whenever we fight you always bring up the vampire thing.
Buffy: You just say, "Hey, I got a thing, you maybe have a thing, maybe we could have a thing."
Giles: Oh, thank you, Cyrano.
Xander: Now, is it time to have a talk about the facts of life?
Giles: You know, I'm suddenly deciding this is none of your business.
Xander: You know, because that whole stork thing is a smoke screen.
Willow: This shouldn't take long. I'm probably the only girl in school who has the coroner's office bookmarked as a favorite place.
Buffy: I'm an old-fashioned gal. I was raised to believe that men dig up the corpses and women have the babies.
Buffy: And he broke Cordy's heart? Thus possibly proving its existence.
Willow: By the way, are we hoping to find a body, or no body?
Xander: Call me an optimist, but I'm hoping to find a fortune in gold doubloons.
Cordelia: It was horrible. Angel saved me from an arm. God, there were so many parts, they were everywhere. Why are these terrible things always happening to me?
Xander: (cough) Karma!
Angel: What I saw didn't add up to three whole girls. I think they kept some parts.
Buffy: Could this get yuckier?
Willow: They probably kept the other parts to eat.
Buffy: Question answered.
Buffy: Sorry to interrupt, Willow, but it's the Bat-Signal.
In DC Comics' Batman, the Bat Signal, a spotlight aimed at the sky with a picture of a bat on it, is used to let Batman know his services are needed.