- Actor Allusion: When David mocks Martin by drawing out an exaggerated pronunciation of WAAAAAAAAAAAARD, he completely obliterates the subtle difference between the normal pronunciation of Ward and that of Huard (the actor's own real-life surname), adding a layer of irony to David's anti-English rant. Patrick Huard was also one of the film's writers.
- Fake American: The FBI agent is played by Andreas Apergis. Interestingly, the role was originally supposed to be played by American Michael Madsen, until he had to step down due to health issues and Apergis took his place. Adds an extra layer of funny to Blaine's line about "the more stupid breed of Canadian - the French ones" when one remembers that Apergis himself is French-Canadian.
- The Other Darrin: Agent Blaine was originally supposed to be played by Michael Madsen, but he had to drop out due to health reasons and was replaced by Andreas Apergis.
- Playing Against Type: Patrice Bélanger is very well known for his numerous comedic roles. Here, he plays a psychotic killer.
Trivia / Bon Cop, Bad Cop