Jack recites the first two lines of the poem "Initial" written by Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926), who is considered one of the most significant poets in the German language: "Aus unendlichen Sehnsüchten steigen / endliche Taten wie schwache Fontänen (...)" which translates to: "Out of infinite longings rise / finite deeds like weak fountains (...)"
The voice mail system at Nancy's home gives incorrect dates. It claims December 30th was a Thursday (it was actually a Wednesday) and that the next day was January 1st, skipping over the 31st.
Frank's trucker hat reads "I Tried".
Jenna: The gossip blogs are calling us James. It's a combination of Jenna and James.
Randy: I'm not going home... until I give my cool cousin a makeover!
Liz: Is it gonna be fierce?
Randy: It would be if it was 2006.
Randy: Liz, do you know how hard it was growing up gay in Methenberg, Pennsylvania? The local TV station edited Will & Grace down so much that it was just called Karen.
Liz: Hey, Tracy.
Tracy: Finally! Over the break I forgot what floor I worked on.
Liz: Six, Tracy.
Tracy: Six! I knew it was a character from Blossom, but I couldn't find a Joey Russo button.
The German episode title is "Klaus und Greta".
International Airdates: Australia: March 29, 2010 on Channel 7; Latin America: April 1, 2010 on Sony Entertainment Television (a.k.a. Canal Sony); United Kingdom: May 17, 2010 on Comedy Central; Czech Republic: May 14, 2012 on Prima COOL
This episode aired at a special 9:00 time, airing back-to-back with "Black Light Attack!".
When Kenneth sees his own reflection in the mirror while he and Jack are at Nancy's home, he shrieks, " Albino Monk!" referring to the evil albino monk in Dan Brown's novel, The Da Vinci Code.