Goof: When Oliver opens his desk drawer containing the mushrooms, it is not his hand but his boss' hand. It is a sped-up shot of a scene a few seconds later in the episode when his boss opens the drawer.
According to this episode, the Hooterville farm, as advertised in "The Farm Gazette", is 160 acres.
Actor Lyle Talbot plays a character interested in the Douglases' penthouse. He would appear in two other episodes as a politician. In Season #5's "The Road", he plays actor-turned-senator Lyle Talbot. In Season #6's "King Oliver I", he's Governor Carstairs, but plays the same hammy character as in the previous episode.
Oliver falls through the kitchen floor and discovers the cellar underneath. However by episode #134/"Trapped", he will have completely forgotten about the cellar.
While showing Lisa the house, Oliver tells her it's over 100 years old.
Kate Bradley's big show business career, the one she gave up to be with her husband, was as a ticket-taker at the Pixley Bijou.
At the beginning of the episode, when Oliver pulls up to the farm, his car has a rear view mirror, but after he gets out, it doesn't.
This episode features Lisa's first attempt at making her infamous hotscakes (which stick to the spatula) and coffee (Eb compares to pancake syrup).
Lisa calls her "hotcakes" pancakes in this episode.
Lisa clears the kitchen table by gathering up the tablecloth at each corner and, with the dishes and cutlery still on it, making it into a bundle and tossing it all out the window.
Haney tries to sell Oliver Eleanor the cow, first for $200, then $100, then free on a trial basis. Lisa eventually buys Eleanor as a gift for Oliver in honor of one month anniversary on the farm.
The phone company will run a line to the Douglas' house in three months. The power company will take six months.
Sarah, the Hooterville phone operator, owns the company. Later in the series' run, her son Roy Trendell owns it and Sarah is his employee.
The character of Hank Kimball makes his debut in this episode.
Drucker says Hooterville has a class D-1 post office--a combination post office and general store.
A billboard at the Hooterville train station says "Vote For Coolidge". Calvin Coolidge was president from 1923-1929.
Oliver's antique tractor is a Hoyt-Clagwell. The company went out of business 40 years earlier because Mrs. Hoyt and Mrs. Clagwell didn't get along. Mr. Hoyt went into the waxed fruit business.
Lisa's hotscakes batter claims a victim; the egg beater becomes stuck in the goo.
Newt Kiley makes his Green Acres debut in this episode, the character having been previously originated on Petticoat Junction.
During the end credits, a voice-over announces, "Miss Gabor's Gowns by Jean Louis".