Larry and Louise have breakfast in Tony Nelson's kitchen from I Dream of Jeannie. Both shows were filmed at Screen Gems.
There is no laugh track in some syndicated prints of this episode.
In an odd turn of events, Samantha pretends she is Serena and even performs a rock-n-roll song, "Iff'n". In a rare instance of not using the regular theme music, the song "Iff'n" receives an encore during the closing credits.
There is an antenna on the roof near the chimney. This is the only episode to show one there.
Endora accidently says "Grandmapa" instead of "Grandmama"!
Darrin bumps into the second door that Endora has put in the front. The door opens some, next scene it is not open, as is proper.
This is a continuation of the subplot of the pilot, and includes a short B&W flashback from the first episode.
Early in the episode there is no washer and dryer in the kitchen.
When Sam disappears from the restaurant, she is wearing her coat, when she and Endora pop back in, the coat is on the back of the chair. Later, when they reappear and startle the waiter, he drops the tray and glass. Endora freezes the glass and brings it her, but where did the tray go? Then, when Rollo hands Sam her drink, she puts it on the table directly in front of Endora's glass. When Endora reaches for it by mistake, it has moved to the side of her glass.
As Samantha tries to decide where to put the Christmas tree, she points to one corner, but the tree appears in another corner.
When Elspeth comes down to meet Darrin for the first time, you can clearly see the strings that are holding her.
When Darrin confesses that he bought Sam the rocker, Endora doubts him. If he were lying, his ears would have gotten bigger, but Endora misses this.
When Darrin lies at the auction room and his ears grow bigger, the lighting in the background becomes darker.
When the Kravitzes open the carton in their garage, Gladys asks what it is. Abner tells her it is a table saw. He is wrong; it is actually a radial arm saw.
Late in Act II, Larry promises Darrin a partnership but backs out of it in the next instant, an action which he repeats in "The Warlock in the Gray Flannel Suit".
This is the only Thanksgiving episode of the series.
It is Thanksgiving in the northern East Coast, but the grass is green and Mrs. Kravitz is outside in short sleeves.
Late in this episode, we get to see a busy New York City street outside Darrin's building. It looks great, but there are mountains visible at the far end of the street.
Samantha does not have her sandals on when she gets out of bed, but she walks straight to the bathroom and has them on when she gets there.
When Samantha closes the book at the beginning of the episode, the characters are already gone, even though Tabitha has not yet conjured them out.
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60s, Sitcoms, feel good comedy, sight gags galore, outrageous situations