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While Jimmy drives Greg to Warren's house and while Greg is dozing off in the passenger seat, there are a couple of books piled on top of a blue article of clothing situated next to him. After Corey steals the car and Greg wakes up from his nap, these books disappear.
We learn that October is Puppet History Month in 'Sock Like Me'.
some of the writings on the wall in the bathroom include:
What are you looking at?
Junction Jack has a big red caboose
Jimmy Bender is a sucky production assistant
Count Blah bites and sucks
Warren polishes his helmet
Suzan's 97% polyester
Greg the Bunny is a filthy stinking sock who should die
We aim to please. You aim too, please
I want to make Alison my bitch
The scenes with Greg over at Dottie's apartment while "The Lovecats" is playing in the background -- and which are intercut with the scenes of Jimmy, Alison and Eddie at the quickie-mart and Jack's and the puppets' poker game -- encompass a 4 minute, 50 second period. Which is longer than any version of "The Lovecats" actually lasts for. Also, although the scenes are obviously supposed to be running in real time, since Greg and Dottie are playing different games every time they cut back from the other co-workers, the point in "The Lovecats" where their scenes resume isn't anywhere near the point in the song (both the 3:37 version and the 4:35 version) where they should be resuming.
While Greg is saying the line, "Oh, is it more embarrassing...," after entering Dottie's dressing room, his reflection in the mirror shows a bunny whose mouth is not moving.
In Jimmy's house, there is a picture of Cybo-Jack from the episode SK-2.0.
When Warren enters the focus group and starts strangling the little girl, Alison helps the little girl replace her glasses. The scene cuts back to the room with Junction Jack and Count Blah laughing, but when it cuts back to the focus group, we see Alison replacing the girl's glasses again.
When Greg tells Gil that the remodeled show isn't going well, the number of buttons buttoned on Gil's shirt changes from shot to shot.
In the scene where Jimmy goes to visit his dad's office where he reveals Greg is not an actor, Greg pops out the top of Jimmy's shirt. In a wide shot with Jimmy sitting down and facing the camera (looking towards his father) you can see a puppeteer's arm coming out the bottom of his shirt. It explains the uncomfortable position Jimmy is sitting in!
After Alison first discusses firing Rochester with Gil, he opens the door real wide to give her and her team of executives the cue to leave his office. After Alison says that the show will be cancelled if he doesn't fire Rochester, the door is far less open than it was in the previous shot.