The picture of the proposed child of George Sr. and Kitty is provided by the "Mommy, What Will I Look Like?" company that Lindsay started.
Buster's oddly-shaped reproductive organs were first referenced in "Storming the Castle": Lucille comments that Lucille 2 changed him as a baby, to which Buster replied, "That's why she wasn't surprised".
While Lindsay is talking to the "bum", Tobias camouflages himself within a Cloud Mir advertisement. When Michael was dating Jessie, she got Lindsay a job with Cloud Mir Vodka.
When George Sr. is making his case to the Mexican police, you can see the top of his head is much whiter than the rest of his head. Suggesting that he kept his yarmulke on when he escaped?
A picture shows George Sr. cutting the ribbon at the opening of Orange County Prison in 1983, but according to a sign seen at the entrance of this same prison in the season 1 episode "Top Banana", the prison was established in 1903.
George Sr. used to have hair, but he lost it over time. However, when pictures are shown of him cutting ribbons, in 1963, he has no hair at all. Then, in 1973, he has a full head of hair!
When Michael presents his business model, the board members have changed places when the camera changes. The Asian man is at the end of the table, but a second later, after GOB sprays his pennies, he is sitting at the front of the table.
A newspaper is shown with a 3-column article on GOB's becoming president of The Bluth Company. However, while the first few sentences are about the Bluths, the 2nd and 3rd columns are from a story about the arrests of a mortician and hopsital employee for tampering with dead bodies.
George Michael: She sometimes takes a little pack of mayonnaise and she'll squirt it in her mouth all over. And then she'll take an egg and kind of...mmmm! She calls it a 'mayon-egg.' Are you okay?
Lindsay: There's a cream with real diamonds in it...I can actually smear diamonds on my face, and it's only $400 a tub! That's like, what? A million diamonds for $400? A million f*cking diamonds!
Buster: You lied to me, Mother. You told me I wasn't fit to serve!
Lucille: I want you out of the house.
Oscar: Oh, I want you everywhere.
Lucille: (regarding Oscar) You're building a house. I want you to give it to him.
Michael: It's not a real house.
Lucille: Perfect, he's not a real man.
Michael: You know I didn't set you up, ok? I really think the only reason you and I always fight is that since we were little kids, Dad's always played us off each other.
Gob: Dad always said that was your fault.
Buster: They're taking me in the army. They didn't think there was enough wrong with me.
Lucille: Well, did they check everything?
Buster: Yes! They even touched my Charlie Browns.
Lucille: It's not fair to Buster. He's a nervous wreck right now. He's going into the Army, for God's sake.
Michael: You volunteered him.
Lucille: I knew you were going to throw that in my face.
Tobias: It is not a competition, Lindsay. We are doing this to save our marriage. But I should be telling you that I have been meeting more than my fair share of groupies. Or should I say "blue-pies"?
Michael: (to Gob) Get rid of the Seaward.
Lucille: I'll leave when I'm good and ready.
Judy Greer receives the "And" credit.
Mae Whitman takes over the role of 'Ann' originally played by Alessandra Toreson in the first season finale, "Let 'Em Eat Cake."
Guest stars Collins and Duguay both starred together on the FOX sketch comedy series, MADtv, when Duguay joined the cast for the sixth season.
Tom Jane actually used the alias of Eddy Yablans when he was listed as a guest star for this episode.
Mae Whitman ("Ann") and Alia Shawkat ("Maeby") starred together in the series, State of Grace.
The song Gob uses to promote the company is "Solid as A Rock," originally sung by Ashford and Simpson.
A still photo, with a caption regarding George Sr.'s possible death, is shown on Los Mas Buscados de Mexico. Translated to English, this becomes Mexico's Most Wanted, a reference to FOX's own America's Most Wanted.
The falling wall stunt in this episode was taken from Buster Keaton's silent feature Steamboat Bill Jr. which has been duplicated many times, though never by another "Buster" as shown here.
n/a: "Mission Accomplished" banner
The ribbon cutting ceremony spoofs President George W. Bush's speech aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln on May 1, 2003, declaring an end to major combat operations in Iraq, which has been harshly criticized as being premature.