When Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth first dance together, the people in the room disappear, leaving only the couple staring at each other. The exact thing happens when Maria and Tony first meet at the dance.
The militia uniforms seen in the parade sequence came from the "Sharpe" TV series. There was no unit in the British Infantry at the time with yellow facings on their collars and turn backs, however Bernard Cornwell, author of the Sharpe series created a regiment from whole cloth called the "South Essex" which he described as having yellow facings on their collars.
Donald Sutherland appears on the show to talk about his new movie
poster in front of video store
The excerpts of the novel Pride and Prejudice that are read by two charactrers in this episode are not from Jane Austen's text, but are actually from Deborah Moggach's screenplay for this film.
It is listed as one of the "sweded" movies.
Harriet (Georgia King) goes to the social dressed as Keira Knightley's character Elizabeth Bennett, she enters to a song from the movie, and then recites to Freddie(Alex Pettyfer) one of the lines from the movie.
Lydia's joke that the Bennet girls "might as well take the veil" references the 2005 film, in which Mr. Bennet jokingly suggests that Lydia is "going to take the veil."
Brett says the director of "The Soloist" directed this movie.
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Actors & Their Roles"
Movie tie-in book cover appears in documentary
mentioned in dialogue
clips are shown in documentary
clips appear in documentary
Second movie Tank watches in his SUV
When the two sisters are under the covers together, the camera pulls out to show them giggling and playing around together
As Tom and Catherine drive through the lot, a sequel to Pride & Prejudice is being shot.