The quote that Mike reads during the wedding is the same quote that Reverend Chong reads at the double wedding in "The Stivics Go West." Gloria says it's the quote that Mike read at their original wedding.
The Stivics had different types of phones in various episodes. This episode they have a yellow push button, in another episode they have a yellow Archer rotary dial, in another episode they have a yellow rotary dial phone, in where Mike is accepted a teaching job in California they have a almond push button phone.
In this episode, Edith begins to talk in detail about the film Rose Marie with Jeanette McDonald, which she claims she saw seven times. However, she assigns the name Rose Marie La Flamme to Jeanette McDonald's character, which is not what her name was in the film (it was Marie La Flor). This is such a significant difference that had Edith seen the film even once she would not have confused it - evidently a flaw on the part of the writers.
This is the only episode where we see Irene and Frank Lorenzo's kitchen in the series.
This is the second time Irene has showed up and given Mike advice on family planning after a fight erupted between him and Gloria about bringing a child into the world. The first time was in Season Five's episode "Gloria's Shock" and Irene suggested adoption. In this episode, Irene's counsel is different as she presents Mike with a quote from Alistair Cooke that states no generation should worry so much about its present troubles that they would miss out on the opportunity to bounce a baby.
The final joke of this episode has Archie push Mike's face into the cake and Mike (being Mike) eating the frosting instead of wiping it off. But as the camera angle changes you can see Rob Reiner spit the blob of icing back into his hand just as the shot fades out.
According to the quiz, Edith will outlive Archie. Ironically, Edith passes away from a stroke on Archie Bunker's Place, leaving Archie a widower.
We learn the name of the company Archie works at when he reads it off a company pen: Prendergast Tool & Die Company.
This is the only time George Jefferson flushes four toilets in the apartment.
We find out that The Jeffersons have four bathrooms in their apartment.
Edith gave Louise fruit for her subway ride to Manhattan, but in the opening credits to 'The Jeffersons', Louise and George took a cab.
In this episode, George says he rented a limo to "leave Bunkersville in style". However, in the opening credits of The Jeffersons, they are riding in a taxi.
While Archie is trying to sell George aluminum siding, you can see the Jefferson's house next door through the back door, and it already has aluminum siding on it.
When Mike and Gloria are sitting on the couch , speechless after what Archie just said, you can see something moving in the window, through the curtains, right over Gloria's left shoulder.
Charlotte Rae, who plays Lillian Henderson in this episode, is best known as Edna Garrett, from the popular television show Diff'rent Strokes, and it's spin-off The Facts of Life.
Goof: When Irene comes to bring over Mike's test results, Archie appears out of nowhere in the middle of the scene. He had not been seen in the episode for about nine and a half minutes and was said by Mike to not have been home, yet tells Edith to open Mike's test results.
When Louise extends her formal invitation to Archie, she says that "George said he wasn't going to touch solid food" until Archie had been invited.
In fact, George didn't say anything. Louise told George that she was going to invite Archie and that he would be "eating your dinner through a straw" if he said no.
Possible oversight: When it was Archie's turn to use the pool table, the 2 guys who used it last , left balls on the table. 4 solid and 4 striped balls( including the 8 ball). That tells me there was no winner of that game.
Archie says his address quite a few times "704 Hauser Street" and the reason I bring that up is that the number "704" is the date for Indepedence Day and I am sure Archie, being a war veteran, wouldn't have wanted it any other way!
When Archie plays a tape recording of Stretch Cunningham telling a joke, Stretch's voice is different than what we witness in later episodes.