* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: A couple music tracks in the game are songs performed by Spider himself, and several have [[http://www.melmusic.com/amos_garrett/ Amos Garrett]] playing guitar.
* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: Averted. The game is actually really good.
* {{Squick}}: Erin, who's at the physical age of one years old but has had the entire Internet downloaded into her brain, goes around lining up future sexual partners for [[TheJailbaitWait when she's 16]]. She's actually heard to utter the words, "I'm going to start fucking when I'm sixteen, would you like to take a number? I can work you into the single digits if you hurry."
** Ralph, a talking German Shepherd, occasionally has sex with human women.
*** Though considering how much more intelligent than any female dogs he's likely to encounter, wouldn't sex with a non-verbal animal be as {{Squick}}-inducing as someone having sex with a person who has severe mental retardation, or otherwise may not be able to give informed consent?
**** Except that he also has sex with female dogs.
*** The regulars at Callahan's are an open bunch, but Spider kind of has this thing about just ''mentioning'' characters' sex lives that can seem a little ''too'' open. Like in ''Callahan's Con'' where Jake describes a merman who's barely in the book, then just out of the blue says "he doesn't have a tail, but he gets a lot of it." Also, Nikola Tesla appears in two of the books and in describing him, both times it's pointed out very clearly that [[AManIsNotAVirgin he was NOT a virgin]] at the time of his "death." That sorta kinda fit in the spinoff set in the bordello run by Callahan's wife, but it still seems like a really weird thing to just toss out there.
* TearJerker: "The Law of Conservation of Pain".
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