The newspaper which Chris delivers on his bike during the opening credits is the Pioneer Press, the St. Paul, Minnesota-based newspaper which primarily serves the Twin Cities.
Brian Doyle-Murray would go on to have a starring role in the show's second season as Gus Borden. He would later be seen with Chris Elliott in Cabin Boy, playing Skunk.
Chris Dies: This is the first of many episodes in which Chris appears to get killed. At the end of the episode, one of the detectives points a gun at Chris' head and (off-camera) shoots him.
Chris dies: A giant boulder falls on him.
Chris Dies: Chris turns into a skeleton waiting outside the doors to the city.
#1 -- He chokes on his cereal.
#2 -- Sharon strangles him.
He gets a gaping hole blown in his chest by Rob, the food inspector.
He falls over dead from tonsillitis, one of the .001%.
Error: Sharon shoots at Chris 10 times with a revolver. The typically capacity for a revolver is 5 or 6 rounds.
Gus shoots him with a rifle 6 times in the chest, and he falls over a few minutes later.
Stunt doubles were used during the fight scene between Sharon and Irma. They are obviously men, as their beard stubble is clearly visible.
#1 -- He gets stabbed in the heart by his stalker.
#2 -- He gets run over 20 times.
He explodes after drinking from the bottle marked, "Juice That Makes You Explode".
The series ends with a graphic displaying "The End" with a flashing "?".
He gets blown up after falling on a bed made of plastic explosives.