The manager of the Bijou Theater answers the phone by saying, "Palace Theater".
Davey mentions that Mr. Hunt has not shown up for church work, but Davey and his friend were not in the room when the pastor was talking about Mr. Hunt showing up.
The title has no question mark, but this is probably intentional so as to turn an interrogative sentence into a declaration.
In this episode we see that Davey's parents sleep in the same bed, something that was not commonplace on most TV shows until the 70's.
When Davey asks for the 3 big E's from the printer at the newspaper, the printer says he can loan Davey 3 72 point E's. When Davey makes the new name plate for the editor, 2 of the E's are much smaller than the largest one.
The long shots and medium shots of the trains in this episode were done with a real model railroad layout (in "O" gauge). The steam engine that pulls the train with the refrigerator car Davey is trapped in is a post-war Lionel steam locomotive.
The kitten adopted by the Hansens appears only in this episode is never seen again.
The theme song used for this series is the hymn "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God", written by Martin Luther in 1529.