Judy Winslow makes her final appearance in this episode.
Estelle: (talking about Carl's bike) It was red, wasn't it? Your friend had one, and you just had to have one, too.
Carl: And you took the money you were saving for a new dress for your high school reunion and bought it.
Estelle: The store wanted $5 extra for delivery, so I rode it home.
Carl: I'll bet the neighborhood's still talking about that wheelie you popped.
Estelle: Your face lit up when you saw that bike and that was worth more to me than all the dresses in the world.
(after Eddie gives him the money)
Carl: I love you, son. You're a fine young man. You'll be spending the month of May in your room, but you're a fine young man.
Waldo: It's not my fault! I only wrote it wrong once. My mom's the one who Xeroxed it over and over and over...
The German episode title is "Die Rentnerhochzeit", meaning "Retirees' Wedding".
Music: "Inseparable" performed by Telma Hopkins
Telma Hopkins shows off her singing talent in this episode.
This was the last appearance of Jaimee Foxworth as the Winslows' youngest daughter, Judy. Her disappearance was never explained. Judy apparently had very few (if any) main storylines during her nearly four years on the show.