Trivia / Durarara!!

  • Actor Allusion: Patrick Seitz (Simon Brezhnez in the English dub) actually lampshades the fact that "[He's] played black guys and [he's] played Russian guys, but never at the same time".
  • Celebrity Voice Actor: American Idol veteran Blake Lewis as Kasuka Heiwajima. Later subverted when he got replaced in x2 by Vic Mignogna, due to possibly announcing the role in Shou!! before Aniplex made the announcement officially.
  • Continuity Cameo: In episode 8, among the requests the blonde tourist has gathered, there's a doodle of two girls searching for Hanejima Yuuhei - the Orihara twins from the novels. They actually show up in the last episode/second OVA and don't have much plot importance.
    • There are occasional mentions of Yagiri Pharmaceuticals being at risk of being bought out by an American company called Nebula — The same Nebula that constructed the Flying Pussyfoot in the 1930s.
    • The Dollars website password? Baccano!.
    • "Hey, Isaac..." "What is it, Miria?"
    • There are also an instance of a clip from Baccano (specifically the fight between Ladd and the Rail Tracer atop a train) playing on a big-screen TV on the side of a building, and again, in the background of one shot was a poster of the Rail Tracer. Both of these instances cause a slight contradiction to the theory that both series are in the same continuity, since Baccano appears to be a TV show or movie in the Durarara era. However, given the existence of Isaac and Miria and Nebula, it could just be a non-fictional movie. But who really knows?
    • Ennis from Baccano! again shows up on a big screen in the background during the second OVA/episode 25.
    • In volume 5, Shizuo briefly mentions that he once got into a fight with a very-difficult-to-injure foreigner. Bonus Material suggests that the man in question is Nile
    • In volume 8, Saki mentions meeting an American kid that has suspicious resemblance to Kasuka Heiwajima/Yuuhei Hanejima. The kid in question is Charon Walken, Chane Laforet and Claire Stanfield's great-grandson.
  • Defictionalization: You know the password.