The jacket Pawter borrows from Dutch was Sarah Power’s favorite costume of the season.
Julian, the Spring Hill Computer system, was voiced by and named after one of our writers, Julian Doucet.
Do you recognize the song the boy sings in the Westerley streets? It’s a different version of the same song Pree sings in episode 8 of this season, which was reprised from Season 1.
We used a first-person shooter aesthetic to shoot the action sequence under Spring Hill.
“Yeah, well... my asshole’s bigger than your asshole” is Luke’s favorite joke of the season.
The first Westerlyn to run at the wall was one of our stunt choreographers this season.
Jelco’s request that the company guards send “F-Squad” is a bit of a nod to Austin Powers.
There is an old filmmaking custom surrounding the death of a character wherein the cast and crew wait for the actor playing the dead character to open their eyes, which is exactly what we did for Pawter’s death.
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