Mike Duffy comments, "that was a good show, Friends." The actor who played him, Michael G. Hagerty, appeared on that show many times as building superintendent Mr. Treeger.
Larry gives leftover chicken l'orange to a homeless man, though he somehow recognized him as the man who gave it to him in the previously aired "The Bracelet."
About a minute into the movie, when Larry is outside on the porch, you can see a mic boom lower then quickly rise again.
Larry: What is this compulsion to have people over your house and serve them food and talk to them? What a strange thing.
Jeff: You never congratulated me on my new car.
Larry: What, are you kidding?
Jeff: No, I'm not kidding. I was pretty hurt by it.
Larry: I never congratulated your new car?
Jeff: I was hurt by it.
Larry: Next time you do one of these [dinner parties], I want some Jews in the house. Some Cohns, some Bernsteins, some Goldsteins... a Schwartz.
Cheryl: You should never listen to Jeff for anything. I don't know why I have to keep telling you that.
Larry: What'd you pay for this?
Jeff: It's personal.
Larry: "Personal?" What are you, insane?
The French episode title is "Le Garage Aamco".
Jeff Garlin and guest star Deborah Theaker would later appear together in the Yes, Dear episode "Marital Aid"