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- Jessica Jones (Main story and flashback)
- Hogarth, Chao and Benowitz (First appearance)
- Luke Cage (First appearance) (Unnamed)
- Malcolm Ducasse (First appearance)
- Trish Walker (First appearance)
- Gina (First appearance) (Unnamed)
- Robyn (First appearance) (Voice)
- Ruben (First appearance) (Voice)
- Bob Shlottman (Only appearance; dies)
- Barbara Shlottman (Only appearance; dies)
- Owen Shlottman (First appearance) (Photo)
- Mei (Only appearance)
- Raj (Only appearance)
- Roy Healy (First appearance)
- Reva Connors (First appearance) (Photo)
- Wendy Ross-Hogarth (First appearance)
- WNEX New York
- Hope Shlottman (First appearance)
- Earth-199999 (Main story and flashback)
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|Jessica Jones||Krysten Ritter|
|Luke Cage||Mike Colter|
|Trish Walker||Rachael Taylor|
|Hope Shlottman||Erin Moriarty|
|Malcolm Ducasse||Eka Darville|
|Jeryn Hogarth||Carrie-Anne Moss|
|Wendy Ross-Hogarth||Robin Weigert|
|Roy Healy||Joseph Ragno|
|Bob Shlottman||Ian Blackman|
|Barbara Shlottman||Deborah Hedwall|
|Gregory Spheeris||Juri Henley-Cohn|
|Raj||Manuel Joaquin Santiago|
|Maître'd||Jon Norman Schneider|
- The first few minutes of the episode share a few similarities with the opening of Alias #1, the comic Jessica was first introduced in.
- There's a scene where Jessica is doing private investigator work on the toilet. This scene is an homage to a page in Alias #7, where Jessica reflects over a case on the toilet.
- One of the first items of clothing you see Luke Cage wear in the episode is a plain yellow t-shirt, a nod to his signature outfit in the comics.
- When realizing he's in the wrong apartment, Malcolm remarks that Jessica's peanut butter is "not crunchy". By a stunning coincidence, Jessica's Earth-21722 counterpart is said to fight aggressively with her Luke Cage in favor of crunchy peanut butter.
- This is a coincidence as opposed to an easter egg due to both comic and show being developed independently around the same time.