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Donna spoke in this episode, the last time she spoke was in "Heeee's Black".
Meg seems to be more civil to Neil in this episode, since in earlier episodes, she hates him.
Brian wasn't in this episode.
Meg is not in this episode.
Peter's full name is Justin Peter Griffin.
Featured Music in this episode: The Simpsons Theme Song originally by Danny Elfman; Pour Some Sugar On Me by Def Leppard.
Meg, Roberta, and Cleveland Jr. are the only ones who have no dialogue.
Featured music in this episode: Aerosmith's Love In an Elevator; Bob Segar's Night Moves.
The problem with Peter's historical events he saw on his booth in the Drunken Clam is that the Challenger exploded in the 80's, so Peter would be in his teenage years and hasn't met Joe yet. Also, the 9/11 attack and Obama being elected to president would have Cleveland with Peter, Joe, and Quagmire before he left Quahog in his own show.
Chris does not appear in this episode.
This title was originally called "Fairy Guy".
Because he was brought back from the dead in the previous episode, the opening theme is back to featuring Brian Griffin.
Brian Griffin is brought back from the dead in this episode.
This is the very first episode not to feature Brian since the character had been killed in the previous episode. As for this episode and the next, Vinny replaces him in the opening credits. However, there is still a picture of Brian in this episode.
With Brian 's absence, none of the main characters appeared in the whole show.
Stewie said he'd gone forward in time to a future Christmas. Would he not have realized after appearing at his home that Brian was no longer there? Even if he used his return pad immediately after visiting the store he would have still had to spend time at the house to avoid the rest of the family.
When Peter is drunk, he mentions Maggie, Bart, and Mr. Plow. These are characters from The Simpsons, Mr. Plow would be Homer.
Jerome from the episode "Jerome is the New Black" makes a return appearance.
The FOX ad for this episode featured the following dialogue:
Peter: You're not like over 40, are you?
Lois: What's wrong with women over 40?
Peter: Their bodies and personality.
This dialogue was not heard in the actual episode.
In the "black guy in Sweden" cutaway, they are talking German "blacken sie been" roughly translated to "he is black"
Meg was seen being sucked out in the vacuum by Stewie, but in the next scene, she is back in in the shuttle.
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