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The sign on Peter and Lois's car after their wedding says Just Married...To A Protestant Whore.
We are introduced to Peter's father and mother in this episode.
The scene where Peter's at church was also in the original pilot episode.
Patrick Warburton, who voices Joe Swanson on the show, appears in this episode, voicing Superman (whom he also voiced on a commercial for American Express with Jerry Seinfeld).
When The Grady Girls from The Shining are seen they appear identical when in the movie they weren't.
Stewie has a gun inside of Rupert.
In the scene where Lois sees Peter dancing his pants are blue. Then shortly after they start dancing they are green and after that they turn blue again.
"This House is Freakin' Sweet" received an Emmy Nomination for best musical number.
The final screen of end credits for each episode contains a standard disclaimer about all characters being fictitious. In the second season episodes, this is misspelled "ficticious".
This marks the first time Brian Griffin is shown collarless.
The magazine that Brian reads is Barely Legal Bitches, All Models Over 3.
When writing to MacGyver, Peter writes on the envelope 725 Spooner Street. In later episodes, it is revealed that the Griffins live on 31 Spooner Street.
Peter and Chris walk into the forest without their shoes, but at the scene when they find the lake, Chris is seen wearing shoes in the shot.
Dump, Next Left
All Stools Must Go
I Love My Shih Tsu
Only 15 Miles to "Bob's House of Feces"
In the scene where Peter's family is seen waving at him in the bleachers, Brian is seen with little white circles on the bottom of his feet.
The sign outside of the orphanage reads:
No One Knows You're Here
After Peter jumps into the pool, his hair is wet. When he is sitting in the chair on the porch, his hair is dry. When he is talking to Joe and Mr. Weed it is wet again.
When the bank robber with the red ski mask turns around after grabbing the gun from Peter, his right sleeve is rolled up, revealing a prosthetic arm.
Joe Swanson identifies himself as a "police lieutenant" in this episode, yet in every subsequent episode where he is shown in uniform his insignia rank is only that of a private.
When the man loses his eye in bingo, he hits his left eye on the corner of the table, but he is shown screaming and holding his right eye.
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