During the opening scene, Rebecca is wearing the same outfit she wore at the end of the previous episode. "Golden Boyd"
Response: Never assume TV time is the same as real time.
Ludlow is said to be 6, yet he was conceived in 1985 and this is 1989!
Woody: What just happened?
Cliff: You got smarter.
Woody: So that's what it feels like.
Cliff: it's sad to say that kids unaccepted by their peers really never learn how to get along with people in the big grown up world.
Norm: Why is that, Cliff? Cause they keep boring everyone an driving them crazy with long speeches filled with meaningless statistics.
Cliff: Yep! 63% of them live lives of quiet desperation.
Norm: How about those who sit next to them?
Frasier: Lud, that's Carla's son by Bennett Ludlow. He's a cute little tyke.
Lilith: Carla, bore a son to Bennett Ludlow, the eminent psychiatrist and you're mentor?! Oh this is prime dish. I can't wait to tell the girls in the sleep disorder lab.
Cliff: You know any female that rides around with Sammy in the car ends up going straight to bed with him.
Rebecca: I've ridden in that car.
Rebecca: Well I didn't go to bed with him.
Norm: Right and they always deny it afterwards.
This episode is the first appearance of Jarrett Lennon as Ludlow Tortelli, Carla's son by Frasier's mentor Bennet Ludlow.
At the end of the episode Lilith tells Frasier she's pregnant.
Sam: So you still cramming that high-Q stuff in your head?
Carla: Sammy I don't have any choice! Ever since Dr. Cyclops and Morticia started introducing Lud to all this culture crap it's like I don't have anything to talk to him about!
Carla refers to Lilith as Morticia, the matriarch of the popular sitcom "The Addams Family." Bebe Neuwirth would later play Morticia Addams in a Broadway adaptation of "The Addams Family" starting in spring 2010.