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This episode features the original theme song "Nice work if you can get it" during the intro instead of the regular theme song from season four.
Goof: There was a cop in front of the bus station but he was not arresting any of the prostitutes.
Goof: The number of lines drawn to make Cybill's legs on the billboard look bigger kept changing during Maryanne and Zoey's argument.
When on the phone with the restaurant, Kevin says that his name was Manning. But his last name is Blanders.
Denver Pyle guest stars in this episode. He also starred with Tom Wopat in The Dukes of Hazzard as uncle Jesse, while Tom played good ol'boy Luke Duke.
Goof: As Rachel is leaving Cybill's house to meet with the auto mechanic, Cybill makes an attempt to call after her. Instead of calling out "Rachel" she calls out "Zoey" and then quickly corrects herself.
Goof: When Cybill and Ira fight at Cybill's house, you see Cybill's purse on her left shoulder, after she bangs the door she she is holding the purse with her right hand. In the next shot, the purse is again on her left shoulder, and in the next shot the purse is nowhere to be seen!
Goof: When Cybill is repeating the name of one of "Granny's Snack Cakes," she calls it 'Big Banana Fudge Swirlcake' instead of 'Swirl Fudgecake.'
Goof: Kirsten claims her name is "Swedish, like the meat balls". Kirsten is not a Swedish name.
Morgan Fairchild, who is a guest star in this episode, was one of the girls considered for the role of Jacy Farrow in the movie The Last Picture Show from 1971. Cybill Shepherd ended up getting the part.
This episode features Jack Blessing and Curtis Armstrong, who used to play employees of Blue Moon Investigations in the show Moonlighting, where Cybill Shepherd played their boss.