Another palm tree on the East Coast is spotted when Larry drives a client to the Stephenses' house.
This was the second time that Leonardo da Vinci was referenced in the series. The first was in "Samantha's Da Vinci Dilemma", when the man himself appears. The Mona Lisa was referenced three times: here, "Da Vinci Dilemma" and "Eye of the Beholder".
Samantha starts the first scene with a choker and pearls and ends up with no choker and a different hairdo.
Samantha mentions that Tabitha is acting like a typical 6 year old. Tabitha's birth aired January 13, 1966, which was only four years and two months prior to this episode.
Samantha asks Serena to take her place selling raffle tickets at the Huntington Hotel. Sam then asks Serena (posing as Samantha) to lengthen the hemline of the dress she had zapped herself into and she complies with that as well. At the beginning of the next scene, Serena enters the hotel with a micro-mini dress again.
The living room patio doors open and close for no good reason.
The audience scene at the Cosmos Cotillion is footage of witches and warlock at Samantha's coronation in "Long Live the Queen".
This is one of only two episodes where we get to actually see Larry Tate's partner, Mr. McMann. He previously appeared in Man of the Year, but was played by Roland Winters.
When Larry comes in the house, he is wearing one tie and it changes to another tie as soon as he is inside.
When Larry enters the Stephens' home and sees Dr. Bombay, he asks who he is. Apparently, Larry has forgotten that he and Dr. Bombay had met once before and they nearly embarked on a lucrative business venture marketing pills that cure the common cold in Season Three's "There's Gold in Them Thar Pills."
The scene during which Samantha gives Uncle Arthur a brush-up driving lesson is very suggestive of Season 1's "Driving Is The Only Way To Fly". In this scene from Season 6, some of the the dialog evokes the earlier episode, in which Paul Lynde made his first appearance on the show (as driving instructor Harold Harold).
When Arthur is in the hall mirror, his shadow can be seen to the left.
There are no shutters on the windows.
Samantha pops back from the park to find Gladys Kravitz in her living room talking to Darrin on the phone. Samantha's hair is quite evidently wind-blown from just having been at the park, but when she reaches the top of the stairs, her hair is perfectly set.
The Ferris wheel begins to move before the operator touches the lever.
A palm tree is visible at the amusement park, even though this is supposed to be the northern East Coast.
Samantha is able to freeze Larry, the client and Darrin when the situation is getting out of control and all three men are suddenly wearing baseball uniforms. This has caused fans to wonder why Sam didn't do this more often to solve problems. One explanation may be that this particular event happened within the Stephenses' house, whereas many of the other chaotic situations on the show take place in public with too many other mortals around.
Samantha makes a bologna sandwich, and on the table sits an unlabeled pack of Oscar Meyer sandwich meat. Oscar Meyer was a sponsor of the series during it's initial run.
In the outside shots, there is snow on the ground, yet all the trees have green leaves.
Throughout this episode, the phone in the living room changes from a white, 12-button to a green 10-button, and then back to the white phone again.