- This story arc has parallelisms with the Vizconde multiple murder case, also known as the Vizconde massacre.
- Juicyka A's character is patterned after Maria Jessica M. Alfaro, a prominent witness for the prosecution during the case's trial.
- "Hurricane Hughbert" is an oblique reference to Hubert Webb, one of the accused in the Vizconde case and the son of former Senator Freddie Webb.
- Ramon Tulfo (known here as "T. Mulfo") and Rene Saguisag (hired by the Cabalfins "pro bono"), who at one time or another had been associated with the Vizconde case, also make cameos in this story arc. Also making a cameo is comedian Leo Martinez as his stand-up character, Tongressman Manhik Manaog, proposing to change the name of Visayas Avenue in Quezon City into "Ilocanos Avenue" (because of the numerous Ilocano restaurants there).
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