Trivia: This episode pays homage to The Sixth Sense in the way that Dr. Cox sees Ben, but no-one else does. The audience doesn't know this but they do drop a clue. Dr. Cox asks Ben, "Are you still doing that camera thing?" to which Ben replies, "Till the day I die." And after J.D. tells Dr. Cox that the patient died, Ben no longer has his camera.
Trivia: Dr. Cox refers to a patient as "G.O.M.E.R." That term derives from Samuel Shem's book "House of good" and stands for "Get outta my emergency room." It means "a patient who is frequently admitted with complicated but uninspiring and incurable conditions" and has been wildly popularized by the book.
Trivia: Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence also co-created the show Spin City. Of the ten main actors on Spin City, seven subsequently made guest appearances on Scrubs, some multiple times. The only three who never appeared on Scrubs are Charlie Sheen (Charlie), Connie Britton (Nikki), and Victoria Dillard (Janelle).