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The window Charlie Leach looks through is supposed to be in the kitchen. However, as seen from the outside, the window is too low for a window that is over the sink.
The pool area used in this episode for Florida is the same set used in episode 39, "We're in for a Bad Spell" when Darrin must push Adam Newlarkin into the pool.
During the diving in the pool scene, Samantha must twitch the "Fun Darrin" back out of the pool, because he doesn't know how to swim. In season seven however, Endora zaps up a pool into the backyard offscreen (where Darrin is standing) and he is fine.
Frank and Phyllis babysit Tabitha, even though they do not physically appear in this episode.
When we see Charlie Leach on a dirt road in "Mexico," it is actually the alleyway behind the Stephens house facade on the Screen Gems lot.
When Charlie Leach is on his way back from Mexico, the New York sign is a mixture of English and Spanish. The distance should be in kilometers, not miles.
In the scene where everything self-destructs, a chandelier hits the table. If you look closely, you will see that the table splits in half before the chandelier hits it.
The garage used when Sam catches Charlie is not the facade garage attached to the 1164 house.
This leprechaun-themed episode aired on March 17, St. Patrick's Day.
Samantha and the leprechaun fade out before they even reach the jail cell wall.
While Samantha works on her dress, Phyllis takes care of Tabitha, notwithstanding that the senior Mrs. Stephens apparently lives out of state here.
Samantha wears an Aubert dress that was also worn in episode 9.
Frank's get-rich-quick vending machine idea is discussed again in episode 163.
In the scene where Samantha slows down the bear and clown dancing, you can see that they actually slowed down the film's frames-per-second rate by the way Samantha's hair bounces unnaturally slow.
The character of Tommy Carter, in this episode that was filmed in December 1965, is obviously modeled after the rising star Muhammad Ali, who had just won his second title fight the month before (November 1965). First Carter makes the remark, "I'm the prettiest and I've got an iron jaw, so bust me one." In the build up to the first Sonny Liston fight in 1964, the colorful Ali boasted "I'm the prettiest thing that ever lived," a continued favorite claim of his.
The Carter character follows up with a rhyme: "Give it your best, put it to the test, and I'll put you to rest." From very early in his career, Ali was known for the rhymes he created to taunt his opponents.
Sam orders sixty cans of wax beans from the grocery store, which she does again on Episode 223.
As a baby bottle is floating through the air, an attached string is clearly visible.
Early in the episode, Darrin goes to the kitchen to get Tabitha a bottle, not knowing that Samantha has already zapped one to the bottle warmer. As Darrin watches the bottle, the nipple pops up and the black top of the bottle turns to a white top.
While obviously more fun-loving and mischevious than Samantha, Serena is portrayed as being far more grounded in this episode than she is in later appearances. Both her personality and look will become much more flamboyant in subsequent episodes.
The first maid interviewed is Mrs Luftwaffe. Luftwaffe was the name of the Nazi Air Corps during World War II.
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60s, Sitcoms, feel good comedy, sight gags galore, outrageous situations