Where's Lunch logo: Lobster tail with broccoli heads.
In this episode alone Ray refers to his twin sons as Geoffrey, Gregory, Michael and Matthew. They could have just used one set of names and then in further episodes settle for either than one or another, instead of making it appear as if he had 4 sons. Of course we know they settle for Geoffrey and Michael.
The overhead microphone slips into the view many times.
During the bathroom scene in this episode, two wall tiles immediately below the shower head keep appearing and disappearing between shots.
The living room and bedroom set are different in this episode than in the first one.
This episode's "Where's Lunch" dish is steak with mixed vegetables and a baked potato.
Marie's kitchen is different in this episode than it was in the pilot episode.
This episode's dinner dish is ravioli with tomato sauce.
When Raymond runs out of the shower at the beginning of the episode, you can see that he's wearing nude colored shorts.
In the opening sequence of "Standard Deviation", Ray offers to rub Debra's feet instead of doing another chore. He takes her black socks off and throws them on the floor, under the table. The socks can be seen for a few shots, in the same spot, after Robert comes in. At one point, however, one of Debra's black socks can be seen on the couch in the middle, and in the next shot, the sock has been removed.
This episode's meal is meatloaf with mixed vegetables and mashed potatoes.
This episode's dinner dish is a bowl of beans with cheese and onions.
Debra said, "...smarter than me." Ray corrected her by saying, "...smarter than I." In fact, "smarter than me" is the correct form.
At the beginning of the episode, where Raymond starts to leave the bedroom, you can see a microphone boom at the top of the screen.
This episode's lunch is rigatoni pasta with tomato sauce and meatballs.
Where's Lunch special this episode is meatloaf, mixed vegetables, and mashed potatoes.
The "Where's Lunch?" in this episode is a hotdog with mustard and onions.
When Debra opens the door for Robert, she's holding one of the twins upright. But in the very next shot, she is holding him differently.
This episode's lunch special is a pizza with pepperoni, green peppers, black olives, and mushrooms.
This episode's "Where's Lunch" dish is rigatoni pasta with tomato sauce and meatballs.