The trucker hats Frank wears in this episode read "Mash Potatos", "Beef Ravioli" and "Atomic Super Kick".
Jack: Good God, Devin is gay. He's even more powerful than I thought.
Liz: Maybe you should seduce him and get him to tell you all his secret plans.
Dr. Spaceman: I have the results of your DNA test. Now, I am very serious about doctor/patient confidentiality, so I am gonna have to ask that all four of us keep this to ourselves.
Pete: Love is like an onion, and you peel away layer after layer until you're just... weeping over the sink.
Jack: I want you on this, Lemon. Those jokes you wrote for my Mitt Romney fundraiser, they were top-notch.
Liz: Those weren't jokes! That was an appeal for a return to common sense and decency.
Jack: Well, they got big laughs.
Jack: (to Liz) I don't know what happened in your life that caused you to develop a sense of humor as a coping mechanism. Maybe it was some sort of brace or corrective boot you wore during childhood.
Devon: Oh, what's that? MC Lyte just murdered Danny Bonaduce? Oh, thanks, phone!
Jack: Kenneth, you are the worst gay bait ever.
Devon: You're going down.
Jack: No, Devon, I don't do that.
Jack: Devon, what can I do for you?
Devon: I think we're way past that Jack. Let's be honest with each other, I'll go first. I'm gay and I want your job.
Jack: Devon, I'm straighter than you are gay, and I leave particles of guys like you in my wind. I'm not afraid of you.
Devon: Yeah? Well you should be.
Jack: Let's just see how it all shakes out in the meeting.
Devon: Yeah, let's.
Devon: If you excuse me I'll go slip into something more comfortable.
Kenneth: Oh, like in the movies!
Tracy: Doctor Spaceman, when they check my DNA, will they tell me what diseases I might get, or help me to remember my ATM pincode? Dr. Spaceman: Absolutely. Science is whatever we want it to be. I'll let you know as soon as we have the results. Tracy: I already know the results, the kid is not mine! Dr. Spaceman: Boy it's crazy to think we used to settle questions of paternity by dunking a woman in water until she admitted she made it all up. Different time, the sixties.
Kenneth: So Mr. Donaghy what can I do for you?
Jack: I heard you were talking to my collegue Devon Banks. Did he tell you why he was in New York?
Kenneth: No sir, we just talked about Anderson Cooper mostly.
Jack: You should get to know Devon, tell him all of your television ideas. You know he started of as page just like you.
Kenneth: Really? So did I!
Jack: You say the right things, ask him the right questions, I'm sure he could open some doors for you.
Kenneth: Okay, what kinds of questions?
Jack: I'll write them down for you. You call him tell him you have two tickets for A Chorus Line for tonight. Now Kenneth, have you ever used bronzer?
Jack: I'm sure he's here to dazzle the old men with webisode ideas, but I have ideas too, Lemon.
Liz: Like what?
Jack: Something big—a live television special with fireworks. They can do shapes, now. One time I saw a cowboy hat.
Jack: Banks is no slouch. He pioneered the concept of ten second Internet sitcoms.
Floyd: Wow, hot dog times huh?
Liz: I only eat them on special occasions.
Floyd: What's the special occasion?
Liz: I decided to eat one.
Though credited, Jane Krakowski does not appear in this episode.
The German episode title is "Feuerwerk", the French title is "Feux d'artifice", the Spanish title is "Fuegos artificiales", and the Italian title is "Fuochi d'artificio", all exact translations.
This episode aired after The Office at 8:40 and was a special 40 minute episode.
Will Arnett and Jack McBrayer both appeared in Arrested Development together. Jack McBrayer was a waiter at the Bluth's country club for two episodes.
In the ten-second internet sitcom clip produced by Will Arnett's character, the credits that flash by are actually the credits for this episode sped up.
International Airdates: Czech Republic: March 16, 2010 on Prima COOL
In Tracy Jordan's dream Thomas Jefferson says, "America which I invented". This alludes to Al Gore who wrote a book saying he invented the internet.
Liz and some of the characters watch/discuss the 1982 film Tootsie and mention it's frequently used in film studies books as a good example of structure. In the film an actor disguises himself as woman to get a part. He subsequently falls in love, but can't act on it while he still has the job.
Liz faces a similar situation as she tries to get a new assignment with Jack, while also pursuing a relationship with Floyd. In the end, she loses the job but gets the guy, mirroring the film.
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