At one point on the DVD director's commentary with Sam Jones and Wilco, during one of the confrontations between Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett, the whole band walks out, leaving Jones to explain the dynamic of their relationships.
According to Sam Jones, the members of Wilco never complained or asked for space during filming. At one point, Jones said, "I had the camera next to (John Stirratt), pointing straight at him, and he flubbed his bass line. The song stopped, and (Jay Bennett) yelled out, 'That one was going so great!' I felt terrible, but John, ever the gentleman, claimed that I didn't have anything to do with him messing up. (Yeah right, you try doing your job all day with a virtual stranger pointing a giant camera at you.)"
In the final chorus of the song "Monday" the line "get me out of FLA" becomes "get me out of TLA" (an inside joke/nod to Jay Bennett's band Titanic Love Affair). In the performance the camera catches John Stirratt singing "TLA" while Jeff Tweedy seems to be singing "FLA" and then looks surprised and bemused at the conflict of whether or not to keep Bennett's contribution.