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Frank's trucker hats read "Soccer", "Karate Hockey", and "In Training".
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".
Frank's trucker hats read "PG-25" and "I'm Cool"
Frank's trucker hat reads "Teenage Grandpa".
Al Gore says "Recycle everything, including jokes" then says "Quiet... a whale is in trouble, I have to go!" He made exactly the same whale joke in season two's Green is Universal 30 Rock installment, "Greenzo".
On Tracy, Jr.'s acrostic poem for his dad, the Y says "Y is for Yakuza the Japanese mob. When he shot a movie there, from them he did rob."
Frank's trucker hats read "Sdrawkcab", "Shark Cop", and "First Class".
Frank's trucker hat reads, "Scanner".
This episode reveals Dotcom's first name to be Walter. His last name, Slattery, was revealed in "Hard Ball".
Frank's trucker hat reads "Because".
Kenneth Parcell appears twice at the Laugh Factory- The first time as a mustached audience member and the second time as the woman who catches Pumpkin the dummy's severed head as Jack Donaghy throws it to the audience.
This episode discusses how gay Halloween parties are awesome. This same topic was mentioned on Parks and Recreation, another NBC comedy, that aired earlier on the same night.
Frank's trucker hats read "Wet to Activate", "Costume", and "Seemiller Grip".
During the flashback scene of the "Microwave" song and dance, it can be seen that the last shown dancer is in fact Kenneth Parcell.
Frank's trucker hats read "Spaceship Owner" and "Not Guilty".
Frank's trucker hats read "Disco Fries" and "Long Pips"
Of all the singers who participated in the "We Are the World" parody, only Cyndi Lauper actually performed in the 1985 USA For Africa hunger relief song.
Jack gets Elvis Costello to agree to the concert by telling him he knows he's really, "Declan MacManus, international art thief." While he's not an art thief, Declan MacManus is actually Elvis Costello's birth name.
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teen angst, Satire, miserable drunk, long running show, Sitcoms