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In the beginning of the episode the kids are playing a Nintendo 64 game. Debra comes down and turns it off by pressing a button on the controller. The only off button for a Nintendo 64 is on the console, which was on the coffee table.
Notice how the school bus is dead silent the entire time that Ray is riding on it. Anyone who has ridden on a bus full of kids knows that it is extremely rare for there to be absolutely no noise level.
In the first scene, Debra tells Ray that some kid on the bus was picking on Ally, and that's all she said--"some kid." But in the next scene, Ray tells Frank and Robert that it was a boy, and then they tell Marie that it was a boy named Todd Feeney. How would Ray know that? Debra never gave him the child's name.
Apparently, the school decides at Christmastime that it's best to keep the twins in preschool for an extra year. Why would they be determining the events of the following year now, before the kids have had a real opportunity to develop and improve? In reality, teachers do not begin official assessment until January, and in that case, the twins have not had a fair chance to be considered for kindergarten next year. Kids tend to learn and produce a great deal from January to May, especially at this age.
When Ray is in the kitchen with Michael at the beginning of the episode, helping him cut paper, look closely at the little actor playing Michael. There is a brief moment where he looks directly at the camera.
The scene at the car show, despite being mentioned in official summaries of this episode, was deleted and is only vaguely referenced in the finished episode.
Marie comes over with a cake shaped like a cross. In almost all the scenes where the family is sitting at the table different pieces of cake are missing. In some of the camera angles there are no pieces of cake cut from the bottom yet when the cake is seen from other angles there are.
In this episode, we learn that Bernie and Linda's last name is Gruenfelder.
This episode's "Where's Lunch?" is a doughnut assortment (glazed, a chocolate frosted long john, a chocolate frosted with nuts, and a cherry frosted)
This episode's "Where's Lunch?" is steak topped with mushrooms, mashed potatoes and sliced bell peppers.
This episode's "Where's Lunch?" is stuffed peppers.
The "Where's Lunch?" in this episode is an apple grape salad, with sliced strawberries and bread sticks.
If you look closely, the size of Debra's breasts does not decrease at all when she takes the socks out.
When Debra finally reveals that she didn't actually get a boob job, she says "last night at the party" even though Ray went away for a week.
This episode's lunch special is a baked potato stuffed with brussels sprouts and a spinach salad.
This episode's lunch special is possibly a beef loin on pasta with peppers and tomatoes.
This episode's lunch special is a Caesar salad with shrimp and croutons.
This episode's lunch special is enchiladas, a taco, Spanish rice, and borracho beans.
This episode's lunch special is linguini with pesto sauce.
The 'bed and breakfast' house exterior is the old Munsters house at the CA Universal Studio lot.
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Family Comedies, Sitcoms, 90s