Felix Silla guest stars as the goblin. He was a regular on The Addams Family, famously portraying Cousin Itt.
Perhaps Bewitched producers at this point still had no concept of the show's future life in syndication. This might explain the show's repeating verbatim of lines from previous episodes. Few probably noticed in the original run that Samantha's lecture to Tabitha was taken from the third season opener.
As often the case with Bewitched, the women have the last word. In this episode, Margaret Baxter reminds her boisterous husband that while he may be president of the company, it is her money! Once again, this show heralds the new role of women in 1960s society in which women are not just equal, but often more powerful.
Endora's brief appearance and incantation at the beginning is almost pointless to the plot, since Samantha ends up twitching to help Darrin later anyway.
Bewitched sometimes deals with aspects of women who are in powerful workforce positions, but who must also balance this with more "traditional" gender roles. In this episode, Mary Jane Nilesmunster talks about the difficulties of being a company executive and caring for a family.
Samantha looks out a back dormer window to see the front driveway.
The master bedroom is suddenly painted white.
The view through the master bedroom door shows a hallway that shouldn't be there. It later changes to the correct hallway.
This is the final episode where Samantha appears as Queen of the Witches. Her status as Queen is mentioned later this season in "McTavish" and in season seven's "Salem, Here We Come".
When Serena comes in as Sam, she puts her white handbag on the TV, where it stays until Sam comes back from the church bazaar. When Sam comes in she sets her handbag on the credenza in the entry. The camera angle changes and we see Sam walk by the TV. She again has her handbag on her arm and the handbag Serena left on the TV is gone.
When Serena is hit with the pie, Elizabeth Montgomery's wig slips and the blonde hair underneath shows.
The kitchen closet is suddenly a laundry room.
Dick York's vocal dubbing of the Italian language is often noticeable.
A spell Samantha uses in an attempt to get rid of the toys is also used by her to summon Ophelia in "The Eight Year Itch-Witch" and in an unsuccessful attempt to force Endora to leave Darrin and Sam's honeymoon in the series premiere.
The walking chair prop was originally used in "Sam's Spooky Chair" in the previous season.
Samantha was chosen at birth to be queen.
While Samantha is in the guest bedroom talking with Queen Ticheba, she is wearing sandals. However, in the next scene when she is talking with Endora, she is wearing closed-toe shoes.
When Sam and Endora are in the master bedroom the wall behind the bed starts to move into the room. This is because the Queen of the Witches is expanding the guest room to accommodate her furniture. The problem is that the moving wall is an outside wall. The opposite wall is the one the master bedroom shares with the guest room.
Actor Bernard Fox ("Dr. Bombay") had previously made his Bewitched debut as witchcraft "expert," Osgood Rightmire in Season 2, Episode 29, "Disappearing Samantha."
In the first episode with Dr. Bombay, Darrin says he's been with McMann and Tate for three years, but events in "Serena's Youth Pill" in season eight indicate that he joined the firm in 1961.