The character of A. J., played by Jack Weston in this episode, had previously been played by Terence de Marney in The Maxie Gorman Story. De Marney would return to the role in Little Augie.
Louhy: You're smart, A.J. You're real smart. You're smart enough to stay out of my personal business.
Louhy: What do you figure with, Lepke? You've gotta have brains to figure.
Louhy: We got ourselves three million dollars a month. Are you interested?
Schultz: You kiddin'? Whadda you want me to do?
A.J.: I don't like to be kept waiting. No matter how big you get, Louhy, don't keep me waiting.
Louhy: A. J., can I trust you?
A. J.: Not as much as I can trust you.