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Frank's trucker hats read "Pinball Mechanic", "Phase 3", and "Feelin' It"
Kenneth's "Oh, ma chère maman, pourquoi m'as-tu laissé ?" translates to "Oh, my dear, mummy, why did you leave me?", while "Je vous déteste " translates to "I hate you!"
Jack says he is waiting for the results of a biopsy to determine the status of the lump he found on his testicle. This is medically inaccurate. What is usually called a "testicular biopsy" (which is usually done only to test virility) is not done to diagnose testicular cancer due to the risk of spreading the disease. Doctors will perform an ultrasound on the testicle to examine the lump, and if cancer is suspected, they perform a surgical procedure called an orchiectomy. While this is an outpatient procedure, it requires rest afterward, and it is doubtful Jack would be at work and attending picnics as if nothing happened.
Frank's trucker hat reads, "Night Chicks".
Frank's trucker hats read "Foley Artist" and "Bronx Golf Club".
The version of White Haven, PA presented in this episode varies greatly from the real thing. The real White Haven is a suburb of Wilkes-Barre, not Philadelphia, and it is not situated in a dry county, as no counties in Pennsylvania prohibit alcohol sales. There is also no route 9 in Pennsylvania, as a hotel clerk mentions to Jack.
The news paper that flashes on screen, when Gavin Volure is explaining when he first say Liz, reads:
Bold Color for Men and Women
If a New Yorker has too much black in their wardrobe it can make winter seem bleak and create a melancholy atmosphere in their lives. Leonard Bruno a fashion analyst explains "Black is for sad occasions, and New York is a party town. We like to have fun here and enjoy the delicious people and the delicious things that are all around us. Its not proper to wear a funeral hue, like black, everyday. Pick a fabulous outfit when doing fabulous things. Lets face it, in this city you could end up...
The montage sequence that promotes Gavin Volure's mock firm, shown for a few seconds on screen when Jack confronts him in his home, is taken from the original montage sequence used in Mick Jackson's 1991 film, L.A. Story (1991), also starring Steve Martin.
The show Tracy is seen watching is an actual episode of A&E's American Justice, titled "The Menendez Murders", from 1996.
Frank's hat reads "Role Model"
When Claire puts the gun in Jack's hand, the barrel is facing away from her. When the camera angle changes, the barrel is facing toward her.
Frank's hat reads "Alien Abductee"
Frank's trucker hat reads, "Horny".
The conversation Kenneth has at the end of the episode in Mandarin with the Chinese girl translates to the following:
Girl: Kenneth, I like you, because I am attracted to your two healthy kidneys.
(a man breaks down the door with his gun drawn)
Kenneth: (shocked) I had no idea!
Frank's hat reads "Slo-Bot."
After conversing in Chinese with Kenneth and Jenna, Donny knocks over a cart with paint cans. However, immediately afterwards in the reaction shot, the cart appears unharmed, with the cans neatly stacked on top.
The whiteboard Liz hits with an object after discovering her sandwich day sandwich was missing is a list of TGS sketch ideas. The sketches include: "Fancy Pants", "IN YOUR FACEBOOK", "Junk in the Trunk", "Rightly Forgotten Figures of History", "One-Eyed Cranesman", and "Pervert Elmo".
Frank's hat reads "Speling Expirt" and "Sumo Dog."
Frank's trucker hats read "Trap Do r" and "Rescue Team".
The newspaper article about Dennis and Liz's dinner is written by Kay Cannon. In actuality, Kay Cannon is a writer and story editor for 30 Rock.
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