The narrator said "It was weird" to describe George Sr. and Gob's kiss, just like he did with Lindsay and Tobias' kiss in "My Hand to God".
The Ten Commandments have returned to the courthouse, even though we saw them being torn down.
When Michael is on the phone with his mother, a sign can be read saying "Attention: Do Not Ask The Guards For Change".
The Friday night movie is 'Soapdish', which George Sr. had said in "Queen for a Day" led to a knife fight.
George Michael first made the comment, "I like the way they think," about the French in "My Mother The Car" as he remembered the kissing cousins in Les cousins dangereux.
George Michael reprises the sad 'Christmas Time Is Here' song and walk from "Good Grief".
The song Gob sings, "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You," was Bryan Adams' biggest hit.
Michael: We're brothers. We shouldn't be fighting. We cannot afford to lose each other.
Gob: I can't. I already lost a brother today.
Gob: Well, I didn't lose him. But he's all puckered and white.
Michael: On the plus side, you can take him to lunch at the club now.
Gob: That's the kind of joke he would have loved!
Gob: Oh, no.
Gob: (as Franklin with English accent) You've ruined the act, Gob.
Gob: Great news! Dad wasn't crushed to death!
Michael: Was there a risk of that?
Michael: Go ahead and tell Gob that I'll be telling the cops that it was him in the truck so he'll be joining me here. I've got a nice hard cot with his name on it.
Lucille: You'd do that to your own brother?
Michael: I said "cot".
Buster: (to Lucille) You lied to me! You said my father was my father, but my uncle is my father. My father is my uncle!
Gob: And guess what else ... Dad kissed me!
Michael: How? He looked pretty unconscious in that picture.
Gob: I didn't say he was totally into it!
Gob: Dad's gonna be crushed!
George Michael: You don't have to tell him!
Oscar: (about his hair) Why won't it grow back!?
Gob: It ain't easy being white.
Franklin: It ain't easy being brown.
Gob: All this pressure to be bright.
Franklin: I got children all over town!
Gob: Sometime ... (spoken) hey, where'd the guy go?
Marc Cherry: It's a satire!
John Michael Higgins receives the "With" credit.
Judy Greer receives the "And" credit.
For this entire season, the show won the 2005 TCA (Television Critics Association) Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Comedy", and, it was nominated for the:
-2005 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Comedy Series" and "Oustanding Casting for a Comedy Series".
-2005 Teen Choice Award for "Choice V-Cast".
-2005 TCA (Television Critics Association) Award for "Program of the Year".
Plus, Jason Bateman ("Michael") won the 2005 Satellite Award for "Outstanding Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical", and was nominated for the 2005 TCA (Television Critics Association) Award for "Individual Achievement in Comedy".
The episode won an Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
Chuck Martin is the first member of the writing staff to direct an episode.
This episode had a parental advisory before it began, which simply read "Viewer discretion is advised."
Originally scheduled to air April 24, but moved to April 17 when it was announced that the show's episode order would be cut to 18 episodes.
The cutting down time of the movie is another reference of the series' season being cut short.
Marc Cherry created the ABC series, Desperate Housewives, and worked together with Mitch Hurwitz, Rich Rosenstock and John Levenstein as a writer on The Golden Girls.
Michael says he thought Gob wanted $5,000 for a Franklin mutual fund and not Franklin, which is referring to the fourth-largest U.S. mutual fund company, Franklin Resources.
Gob's CD with Franklin is titled "Franklin Comes Alive" which is an allusion to the album of Peter Frampton, "Frampton Comes Alive".