Barry's website is "www.barrygood.biz".
Portugal is referenced several times in this episode as being in South America and as a Spanish-speaking country. In fact, Portugal is located in the western limit of Europe (limited by the Atlantic Ocean and Spain) and the language spoken is Portuguese, not Spanish.
Early in the episode when Buster is talking to Lucille Austero, she is flipping through a newspaper. One of the pages that can be seen has a headline which reads 'Dead Sox...' and above that is a banner which reads A.L. Division Races. Obviously this newspaper is from late in the baseball season, probably August or September while the episode is supposed to be taking place near Christmas.
In the scene where Gob and Michael are going after their father, a Foothill Transit bus can be seen nearby. Those busses do not run in Orange County.
When George Michael and Maeby got caught at the movie theater during the "On The Next" segment, Maeby immediately ran out, even though she promised George Michael in "Charity Drive" that she would take the blame the next time they got in trouble.
Hanging in Raulo's office at the Gothic Castle are oil portraits of magicians Le Mysticicateur Comique, Peitros & Gregorio, and The Quiet Storm.
Of the three parties Lindsay and Tobias throw, one is for "No More Meat", another is for "No More Fish" and the third is for "More Meat And Fish (Better School Lunches)".
At the end of the episode, Michael takes home a TV from the office, but the one he stares at in his office, and the one he drops from the skateboard when taking it home are different. (In the office, he does not have a flat front, but on the bike, he does).
When Tobias goes into the gay club, one of the gay protesters from the boat in the pilot comes walking out, one with a boa and a freedom sign.
In the scene where Gob is showing Marta his new trick in front of her children, a boom mic comes into frame briefly.
When Lawyer Barry Zuckerkorn (played by Henry Winkler) is leaving the bathroom, he looks in the mirror and takes out his comb but does not comb his hair, this of course is a nod to Winkler's most famous role, The Iconic Fonz from the sitcom Happy Days, which Narrator Ron Howard was also a star of.
Jessie calls George Michael "Opie." Ron Howard (the Narrator) played Opie on the Andy Griffith Show, which is why the Narrator quips "Jessie had gone too far and she had best watch her mouth."
When Michael and his son are waiting to be interviewed at the school and Michael says "....and that's the most important thing to me, okay?", you can see that his mouth movements doesn't match what he's saying.
During Tobias and Lindsay's anniversary party/Lucille's Valentine's Day party, Lupe is wearing a "Gobble Gobble" sweatshirt (which would be for Thanksgiving Day). She was also previously seen wearing a Halloween sweatshirt at Christmas time.
Maeby can be heard several times blowing bubbles into her soda.
Some of the candy hearts in the dish that George Michael picks through irregularly read "Dress Up", "Vogue" and "Guess Again".
The hallway next to Lucille's door now has a trash chute.
George Sr. asks a prison guard named Bruno if the hole is available, yet this specific guard's uniform says "C. Smith".
The white court officer in this episode apparently has the same name as the black prison guard in Episode 9 - N. Brent.
The four words in the Spanish dictionary we see are "Heno" ("Hay"), "Hermafrodita" ("Hermaphrodite" (with drawing of Tobias)), "Hermano" ("Brother" (with a drawing of Michael and Gob)) and "Hermosa" ("Beautiful" (with a drawing of Lindsay)).