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Characters that are similar to the Trailer Park Boys characters Julian, Ricky and Bubbles are featured in the episode. Dave and Jerry have a conversation with them that leads to a car chase between the two groups.
Jerry's missing hand keeps switching sides, depending on which way he is facing. In theory, Jerry is missing his right hand. But in practice, he is missing whichever hand is closer to the audience.
Mr. Larrity's father's name is the Honorable Prescott Daniel Appomattox Larrity.
In this episode, Benny turns seven but in "The Woz" Mr. Larraty says that he is ten years old.
The sword that Ronnie Jean pulled from the stone is the master sword from the "Legend of Zelda" video game series.
There is a slightly confusing continuity error in this episode. It is when Jerry upsets Black Steve and is forced to watch The Color Purple. The problem here is that the movie was released in 1985, which is 3 years after this episode. To make matters worse, in the season one episode E.T., Todd gives Steven Spielberg the idea for the movie. This means that Steven got the idea sometime after the eleventh of June, which was when E.T. was in theaters, made the film, released it to theaters, and released it on video in about 3 months, which is when Michael Jackson released Thriller. Plus, in The Woz episode, Dave mentions that he was Michel Jackson and he would release Thriller, meaning that Thriller should have released before the events of The Woz happened, meaning that Thriller released before Mr. Larity owned the company.
This episode was released as a season 2 preview for free on Xbox Live.
In this episode Dean can only count to 2, but in The Woz, he could count to 4.
The many terms for marijuana used in this episode are: green bud, weed, dope, pot, green, sticky icky green space kryptonite, reefer, Mary Jane, kind, stank, skunk, indica, sense, grass, bud, ganja, bongload, doobie, gak, dank, troll, sniper, jolly green banana, Viet Chong, Congolese Crippler, warlock, short bus biofuel, Tom Bombadil, red-headed stepchild, riddler, jungle fungus, Cro-Magnon, Vancouver salad, Topanga brain gank, short term what?, G.E.D. test prep, Polynesian pink-eye, Incredible Hulk, Manchurian candy, hobo harvest, Mojave dry mouth, Solvin Heston, chinstrap, Cambodian ball gag, and Arabian crime (because it gets you stoned)