Frank's trucker hat reads, "Laser Disc".
Tracy: I have decided to fulfill my dream of going into space. If you have a spaceship and are looking for a hilarious astronaut with an irregular heartbeat and thirty million dollars, I am prepared to leave as soon as tomorrow.
Tech Support Guy: You called Tech Support?
Jack: I need to see what's inside that box. If I learned anything from watching 24, you're gonna want to zoom in and enhance.
Dennis: What do you want from me?
Liz: This is what I want from you: I want you to understand exactly how unimportant you are; you are not the love of my life; you are not capable of hurting me; and you could never do anything to damage this friendship [Liz and Jenna].
Dennis: (about sex with Jenna) It was in your bed.
Liz: Oh, guys, come on. I eat in there.
Jack: I don't have friends on NASA—bunch of nerds.
Jack: You cannot go into space. Your contract expressly prohibits dangerous activities like extreme sports or riding the subway on St. Patrick's Day.
Jack: What? As a kid you never got so excited you vomited?
Liz: No, no one does that. I mean, I've peed a little.
Jack: (on the phone) Lemon, I'm going through the guest list of my 50th birthday party, and you have not RVSP'd it.
Liz: Oh, right. Sorry, my mail's been piling up, and I keep forgetting to buy toilet paper. So...
Jack: What is that supposed to mean?
Dennis: I'd be an even worse sex addict if I wasn't so consumed with my latest business venture.
Liz: I don't want to hear about your job, Dennis.
Dennis: One word—coffee. One problem—where do you get it?
Liz: Anywhere! You get it anywhere!
Liz: Have you seen this Tracy thing?
Jack: I am aware of it. I have a Google News Alert for the phrase, "Tracy Jordan ridiculous disaster".
Jenna: The reason I have some English inflection in my speech is because I lost my virginity to the My Fair Lady soundtrack.
The episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Picture Editing for a Comedy Series (Single or Multi-Camera).
The German and French episode title is "Apollo, Apollo". The Spanish title is "Apolo, Apolo".
International Airdates: Latin America: May 20, 2009 on Sony Entertainment Television (aka Canal Sony); Australia: June 1, 2009 on Channel 7; Czech Republic: June 13, 2011 on Prima COOL
In the closing credits, Puppeteer is mispelled as "Pupeteer".
As he heads for the fake space shuttle mockup, Tracy, his entourage, and the other fake astronauts mimic the slow motion walk of the Mercury astronauts from The Right Stuff.