Frank's trucker hat reads "Pocket Dialer".
Tracy: (on his new movie) They're paying me one million teacher salaries.
Liz: So I'll go to Floyd's wedding alone. Maybe I'll just lean into it and bring a cat and a baby stroller.
Tracy: (about his childhood) I seen a blind guy bite a police horse! A puppy committed suicide after he saw our bathroom! I once bit into a burrito and there was a child's shoe in it! I seen a hooker eat a tire! A pack of wild dogs took over and successfully ran a Wendy's! The sewer people stole my skateboard! The projects I lived in was named after Zachary Taylor, generally considered to be one of the worst presidents of all time! I once saw a baby give another baby a tattoo! They were very drunk.
Wesley: I don't want to go back to England. I can't suffer through the London 'Lympics. We're not prepared, Liz! Did you see the Beijing opening ceremonies? We don't have control over our people like that.
(Liz asks a stranger to be her date)
Mike: I'd love to be your date, Liz. I like how forward you are. Now may I tell you something? I'm a plushie.
Liz: Is that a fraternity?
Mike: Kind of. It means I belong to a group of like-minded people who dress up in mascot costumes and have orgies in hotel rooms and state parks. Our term for intercourse... is yiffing.
Wesley: (to Liz) This is meant to be. We're like Russ and Rebecca on Chums.
The German episode title is "Liz und die Verflossenen", meaning "Liz and the Exes".
International Airdates: Australia: June 6, 2010 on Channel 7; Latin America: June 24, 2010 on Sony Entertainment Television (a.k.a. Canal Sony); United Kingdom: June 28, 2010 on Comedy Central; Czech Republic: May 30, 2012 on Prima COOL
Though credited, Scott Adsit and Keith Powell do not appear in this episode.
The episode's title is a spoof on the "Em(m)anuelle" movies, a series of French and American erotic films beginning with 1974's Emmanuelle. The collection includes Emmanuelle in Venice, Emmanuelle in Space, and Emmanuelle in Paradise.
Dotcom suggests a script named Hard To Watch: Based on the Book "Stone Cold Bummer" by Manipulate for Tracy to win an Oscar, playing on Lee Daniels' similarly awkwardly titled 2009 film, Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire.
Tracy, Kenneth, and Dotcom go to a copy shop stated to be on the corner of 157th Street and Lt. Uhura Avenue, referring to the character from the original Star Trek who was the ship's Communications Officer.