• Charlotte's license plate reads "LIL TEEZ".
    • The plot for the boy's story is similar to that of The Wonder Years episode entitled "Sex and Economics", in which Kevin paints a home for a teacher.[1]
  • Franz Schubert's "Ave Maria" is heard when Roger signs his bar away.
  • The song that Roger's alarm clock plays is "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" by George Thorogood.
  • The boys discuss the religious aspects of Ramona and Beezus.
  • While Roger is having his heart attack, he is clenching his chest, despite revealing that his heart is actually where his butt is in "Four Little Words".
  • When Roger signs away his bar, the waiver of which he is signing spelled "cashiers" with two E's.
  • The child indicates to Francine and Roger that he is at the third house on the left and is on the right side of the car. When the scene shifts to Francine bringing the car to a stop, the house is now on the right side and the boy on the left.

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