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TRIVIA: While Andy is "breastfeeding" Apple during Jim's dream, the blanket he is holding changes from green to multi-colored Pooh every time the camera shifts back to him.
TRIVIA: We find out that Dana is pregnant in this episode.
It is mentioned that Cheryl and Heather are "both Aries," but in "Charity Begins at Hef's" Andy mentions that Cheryl is a Taurus. Also, in "The Scrapbook," Cheryl says her birthday is August 23, making her a Virgo.
Julie's pen name on the Grumpy Guy books was C.W. Semple. The name has two references to the original "Batman" series. One obvious,"C.W." referencing Catwoman. The other, a little more subtle, Lorenzo Semple, Jr, was a credited writer on 16 of the series episodes. Also, the cover art used for the books is reminiscent of Bob Kane's (Batman's creator) artistic style.
When Kyle said "Mississippi", Andy said "I'm a pretty, pretty girl". The same happened when Cheryl said it. But when one of the book club women said it, Andy said "Pretty" only once.
Linda Hamilton (who played Melissa in this episode) played Jim Belushi's wife in the 1990 movie, "Mr. Destiny." They also interacted in the 1995 movie, "Separate Lives".
As of this episode, both Taylor Atelian (Ruby) and Billi Bruno (Gracie) no longer have braces.
Ruby, Gracie, and Kyle do not appear in this episode.
Not in the guest stars section is Jamison Belushi who was one of the students. She had the braided pony-tails. This was Jim's daughter.
While he is hypothetically writing the essay, Andy says that Cheryl is a Taurus. However, in "The Scrapbook," Cheryl mentions her birthday to be August 23, which would make her a Virgo.
This is the first episode in which Billi Bruno (Gracie) has braces. They are visible when Gracie sasses Dana with "Will I be just like you and never shut up about it?"
If Jim took Kyle out of school only shortly after the start of the day, Kyle is probably in an afternoon kindergarten class (assuming no baseball games would ever be played in the morning).
If Kyle was missing his first day of kindergarten for the Cubs game, the game was presumably a matinee, but matinees are uncommon on weekdays. The most probable explanation is that the game in question was part of a day-night doubleheader.