Charlotte supposedly lives with her mother; however, in the previous episode, it looks like she lives alone. Also, she didn't have any money to pay Frasier back but she did have money to re-buy the business from her ex-husband.
Frasier's pining for Charlotte, which started in this episode, was supposed to mirror Niles' pining for Daphne over the first seven seasons. They wanted Frasier to find the same kind of love Niles found with Daphne.
Evidence that this episode aired out of sequence can be seen in the fact that Martin is still using his familiar, four-footed aluminum cane. Ronee gave him a new stylish wooden cane in "Boo!" two episodes earlier which he used until the very end of the series. Shots of the old aluminum cane can also be seen in "Crock Tales", but these scenes are all in flashback.
When Harvest is talking about her staff, she mentions she has a shaman. She pronounces it shAY-man, when it is in fact shAH-man.
The true meaning of agoraphobia is a fear of unfamiliar environments or areas where the sufferer has little control over, such as a crowded place. To an extent, this also applies to open spaces as the sufferer will have little control over what happens in such a large space.
Frasier says, "My morning's travails aside, Niles..." after telling Niles about his show and his encounter with Willa. This is suggesting that his show was in the morning, but it is in the afternoon from 2-5pm.
When Frasier is explaining how he will dress up he says "...and the big funny shoes." This is a reference to Kelsey Grammer's role as Sideshow Bob on The Simpsons.
When the ER doctor informs Frasier that Martin had a "cardiac event" Frasier looks at him incredulously and asks what that is. Frasier is an MD and he certainly would be aware of what a cardiac event for a man Martin's age would entail. Of course, Frasier is panicked and desperate to accept the least ominous diagnosis.
Nanny G's comment about "Playing the same character for 20 years" is an obvious reference to Kelsey Grammer playing Frasier Crane for over 20 years.
In this episode, Martin is complaining that Frasier and Nanette's wedding was a huge ceremony, but in an earlier episode, he comments how they just ran off to City Hall and couldn't have been lacking any more in ceremony. However, Martin could have been referring to a wedding held after they had eloped and gotten married.
Even though we hear that Maris is small and thin it seems unusual that she would be able to fit in a box that is so thin.
Despite the fact that Roz cut off a huge chunk of her hair in the last episode, it is back to its regular length in this one.
When Frasier is standing in the hallway as Roz appears out of the lift, the door to his appartment is open. A few seconds later when the camera cuts back to Frasier, it's closed.
In her previous appearence, Ann mentioned she wasn't in sales, but in claims.
Niles didn't want to touch Barney the pigeon because birds carry disease, but he also didn't want to use Martin's handkerchief (presumably for the same reason) so he used his bare hands. But Niles had his own handkerchief...he used it to clean the safety smudge off the window.
Does anybody else find that KACL's choice of contestants is a little odd? Frasier, Gil and Kenny are justified as they are two personalities and the manager, but what about Roz and Noel? The listeners rarely hear anything out of them. Bulldog definitely should not be there. He's just a guy who works in storage now.
Wouldn't Niles' brief stint as a nudist count as a rebellion? Not to mention the time he mooned Richard Nixon (mentioned in Season 2's "The Club")?
Frasier agrees to meet Niles and Daphne for lunch, and tells Caroline about his show he'd done that day. Since when has Frasier's show been in the morning? It is usually between 2pm and 5pm.
In the episode "The Guilt Trippers", Frasier pretended to be Roger (Roz's ex boyfriend); but when Roz's sister visits she doesn't say anything about that. She might have found out between these two episodes, but if so, she still would have rubbed it in Roz's face but didn't.
The 'Miss Right' story that Frasier recounts to Lilith over drinks refers to a "date from hell" he had in the 5th episode of the same season, entitled 'The Placeholder'.