Deleted scenes for this episode on the Season 3 DVD include Joanna asking why her husband did it, and Dutch talking to Claudette about rapes and murders.
The original script didn't call for Dutch to kill the cat. A last minute decision was made for him to do so, and the sequence had to be refilmed two days after the episode was finished.
Provong that the show is still sponsored by Pepsi, they allow the word "Pepsi" to be said in the episode. Refer to episode Dead Soldiers for another example.
A question many fans have asked is why does Vic leave the hotel room first. Isn't it obvious? Riley was the one who paid for the room.
Guest stars, Rebecca Pidgeon and Clark Gregg previously played opposite each other in David Mamet's 2000 film, "State and Main." Rebecca Pidgeon is also the wife of writer/director David Mamet.
Lemonhead: Dude, what was that back in the clubhouse?
Shane: Just because we're on this team, doesn't mean we can't become a problem. If there's one thing Vic's good at, it's solving problems.
Lemonhead: Dude, Vic's never gonna kick you off the Team.
Shane: Hey if Vic ever thought that me and Mara were becoming a problem, you'd let me know wouldn't you?
William: Just tell me why I do it.
Dutch: To dominate. To fell the-
William: No! That's not right.
Dutch: You exert power over-
Dutch: ...You're compelled to.
William: By what?
Dutch: Organized sociopaths tend to-
William: Is that who you think you were chasing this whole time? Wh-Wha-a- a type? Some answer on an exam? Who would you be chasing right now if you hadn't stumbeled over my parking tickets?
Dutch: But I did find your parking tickets.
William: ...What happens if the next guy reads the street signs?
This is the first episode we geta clear look at the overhead lamp in the clubhouse since Vic busted witht he bat. One of the boys must have bought a brand new lamp in their spare time.
Watch closely. You can see the wire tied to the discharge cap when the lamp gets destroied. It's there for an instant, and you'll need a zoom to see it, but it's there.