In a flashback, Bridget is shown googling the French word pivoine. I assume, therefore, that she does not speak French. As Siobhan has shown herself to be fluent in that language, this might be a quite revealing deficiency for Bridget in certain situations.
Kether Donohue, whose film OVER THE GW is available from Netflix, had a brief but important appearance as a waitress in the Hamptons, who remembered that last May, Siobhan met (the late) Charlie in the greasy spoon where she works, and failed to leave a tip, thus giving Agent Machado some long overdue enlightenment. (He’s not exactly Holmes.)
According to IMDB, Rob Arbogast was supposed to portray Mr. Kirkland in this episode, but I’ve been through it three times and heard no one referred to by that name. He might have been the guy in Andrew’s meeting who asked about the 10 year forecast. If he was there, or will turn up in the future, he would be another RINGER ex-vampire, having been Dracula in a North Hollywood stage production in 2009. He also was Morlock in Episode #16 of the TV series CASTLE titled “Vampire Weekend”.
Coincidentally, Arbogast is also (the late) Gemma Butler’s maiden name.
Zoey Deutch was brilliant as Juliet, and again got to say the episode’s title line: “It Just Got Normal”. I still can’t figure out if she’s telling the truth.
Mädchen Amick is, I suspect, going to be Gemma’s replacement as Shivette’s best friend. Her vampire
flick, PRIEST, was released last May and is also available on Netflix.
And Malcolm finally got to demonstrate that he’s good at something besides getting beaten up. Andrew actually offered him a job.
Then there was Sarah Michelle Gellar‘s shower scene. Siobhan silently watching Bridget shower was the best moment in the episode.