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When the cast of How I Met Your Mother appears before King Stewart, they perform a short scene referencing the Bro Code. However, the section of the Bro Code they mention has nothing to do with the scene (a full-length book version of the Bro Code had been published about 7 months before this episode aired). Barney cites Article 15-b and describes it as "the heart of the Bro Code"; this sub-article doesn't exist, however, as Article 15 is "A bro never dances with his hands above his head."
The closest article relating to what they're talking about in the scene would be Article 101: "If a Bro asks another Bro to keep a secret, he shall take that secret to his grave. This is what makes them Bros, not chicks"
During the talent show scene, Seamus is wearing a cut-open shirt and is shown to have a human body, however in the episode Ocean's Three and a half when Seamus is at the spa with Peter and his friends, his whole body is shown to be wooden with the exception of his head.
Chris does not appear in this episode.
Roy Scheider's final TV appearance before his death.
In this episode Stewie said he was shopping for hats. However, he said that he's not a hat person in When You Wish Upon A Weinstein.
Jillian's last name is revealed as Russell.
An orange peel, a picture of Lois eating a turkey leg, and the cut-off crusts of Chris' peanut butter and jam sandwich. (Whoever packed Meg's lunch either forgot about her peanut allergy or was actively trying to kill her.)
This episode reveals that Kevin Swanson, Joe's son, died in Iraq, explaining his sudden disappearance from the show (also, in the DVD commentary for Peter's Two Dads, the creator Seth MacFarlane said that he was a very boring character). However, this is later retconned in Season 10 by stating that Kevin was MIA (Missing in Action).
When Peter, Joe, and Cleveland arrive at Quagmire's house, there is no wheelchair ramp on Quagmire's front step, yet somehow Joe manages to get into the house without any difficulty.
The Adult Swim version replaces the William Shatner joke at the beginning with a new brief shot of people on the convention floor.
The song Brian growls while chewing a cross is "The Right Stuff" by New Kids On The Block.
When Rush Limbaugh comes out of Michael Moore's house, he is putting on his jacket, but the video Lois shows has him coming out of the house with the jacket already on.
During Brian's "interview" with Stewie, he asks Stewie what it was like performing the words of Oscar winner Diablo Cody. But Diablo Cody didn't win her Oscar until February 24, 2008 - 11 months after this story was set.
During truth or dare, the phone Quagmire is taken a picture with is upside down. The blue screen is on the bottom and the keys are on the top.
Evidently, the Griffins had a fourth child, Peter Griffin Junior, who died from shaken baby syndrome.
Message before the episode:
Tonight's episode of "Family Guy" was recently discovered in Peter Griffin's basement, along with a number of other "lost episodes."
The following events take place in Quahog in March of 2007.
This episode breaks a record with 179,997 FCC complaints. To show you how much of a record this is the entire month before all the shows on television only received 578 complaints.
The sign outside of the horse track says "Today: Quahog Derby. Tomorrow: Terrence Trent D'erby"
Later airings of this episode on Fox and Adult Swim completely remove the very long "Christan Bale yelling at Peter" clip. In its place, several smaller clips are placed throughout the episode to fill up the extensive time gap.
In the wide shot of the delivery room just after Bonnie gave birth, there is clearly no television near Dr. Hartman. However, the next close-up shot of Dr. Hartman, he is sitting next to a television on a cart. Plus, in the same close-up, the umbilical cord that was just attached to Susie appears gone without being cut, and there is no umbilical stub.
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