This episode marks a rare television appearance for Rod Steiger who would go onto win an Academy Award as Best Actor in 1967 for In the Heat of the Night.
Robert Horton does not appear in this episode.
Bevins: Are you Christopher Hale?
Hale: Have been for many years.
Hale: It's not easy to refuse you.
Bevins: Frankly, I'm hoping you find it impossible.
Job: Pop, why do you always smell more than me?
Bevins: Because I see through my nose, that's why.
Bevins: (to Hale) The terrible thing about being blind is not the darkness of the world we live in but the darkness of those around us.
Hale: Charlie's stews are always a mystery to me. He never says what's in 'em.
Jane: Even a man who can see is willing to accept help.
Bevins: A man who can see doesn't have to prove anything.
Jed: I can smell out money like a man with a divining rod can smell out water.
Hale: Charlie, you worry too much about other people's business.
Wooster: I don't have any of my own.
Hale: (to Bevins) If you wanna be like other men, you're gonna have enemies like other men.
Wooster: Don't you ever get curious about anything?
Hale: I do but I fight it.