Lois clearly states that she never drives anywhere at night without Car Companion Bob. But we see her driving at night in future episodes without him.
Before she goes to dinner, Courtney is modeling a top for the dinner to her friend Miranda. She specifically calls it a top, not a sweater or a coat, etc. When she arrives at Ginger's house, She is wearing the top but once the scene switches to the girls sitting in the living room, she is wearing a full length purple gown with spaghetti straps. The shirt is nowhere to be found!
Lois says to Carl, "...No candy residue, no penciled-on mustaches..." Car Companion Bob already has a mustache, and a very big one at that.
Robert Joseph: Open up Carl, I have snake cakes!
Maude: Oh, foo...! (falls and dies)
Courtney: And what is this? A robot?
Ginger: No Courtney, that's a vacuum cleaner. It's used for cleaning.
Courtney: Oh!! Fascinating!
Miranda: I bet her shelves are filled with pony toys.
Courtney: I was talking to you. You'll have plenty of time to talk to yourself while I am at my dinner engagement. So, what do you think of my top?
Miranda: It's perfect Courtney, just the right shade of green.
Lois: Who is supposed to be coming over to dinner tonight?
Ginger: Courtney Gripling, she called on the phone yesterday.
Lois: Isn't she the one that called you fashion impaired and made you cry?
Ginger: That was like, 200 years ago in the 5th grade or something.
Hoodsey: But I thought you and me were the only ones who communicated via walkie-talkie!
Ginger: Do you think I should hide my ponies?
Nickelodeon had a strict NO-Dying policy from around 1996-2001. However, when this episode aired in USA, it was about a few months before they cancelled the "dead" rule. And, Maude died in this episode but some episodes are meant to be that way.
This episode's plot and title is somewhat based upon a movie called Harold and Maude, a 1971 movie about the love between a teenaged boy and an old woman.