In this episode Archie coins the term "Hail Moses," when he's talking with the TV repairman, which is evidently his idea of the Jewish equivalent of a Hail Mary.
Archie: (to a Jewish TV-repairman) Hey, turning down business! THAT'S against your religion!
Archie: Oh man, when are they gonna come out with a pill for dingbats?
Archie: ... and Good Evening, Michael.
Mike: Good Evening, Michael?
Archie: I said that there a millions of people out there are just like me believe in Nixon. Even God believes in Nixon.
Mike: God believes in Nixon?
This episode was videotaped on October 29, 1971.
The guys at Kelsey's are watching basketball on the TV. You can hear the announcer say the names 'Frazier' and 'Bradley' so it must be the Knicks. But why are the Knicks playing at about 6:30 PM (EST) on a Friday night? Isn't that like an hour before the usual tip-off?
It seems highly unlikely that any network - especially CBS - would interrupt its own newscast for a three minute Oval Office statement from Richard Nixon. These Presidential Statements are generally targeted for prime time for the widest exposure, and the New York CBS news broadcast would have been 7:00pm.
Dan Rather and Richard Nixon are seen in achival footage on the TV in Kelsey's.
Edith tells Archie that the TV picture goes out in the afternoon when she's watching The Edge of Night, and usually stays out until after The Secret Storm. Both were popular soap operas at the time.