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Dee Dee loses her anonymity and is recognized on the streets as the "desperate" girl from The Chosen One. Wouldn't she already be recognized for her memorable fall on Rodney Peete's talk show?
Charles does not attend his daughters' birthday party (although both mothers are there) and no explanation is given for his absence.
Seriff, Banks and Washington, the law firm that briefly employs Dee Dee, is called that because of the names of the co-producers Beth Seriff and Carla Banks Waddles and story editor Chauncey B. Raglin-Washington.
Isn't it kind of weird that in an earlier episode, Spencer mentioned that he and Mona used to religiously watch Living Single in college, and two characters from that very show appear in their real life?
The store that Dee Dee, Spencer and Adam visit is named Gittelsohn's, after series director Ellen Gittelsohn.
Spencer mentions that he and Mona, while attending college, religiously watched reruns of Living Single. Half & Half executive producer Yvette Lee Bowser created and was an executive producer for that series.
Jason Olive is a real-life model for Calvin Klein.
The late Merlin Santana can be seen in this episode. He appears in the music video that is playing in the background at Mona's job.
Goof: When Dee Dee and Mona are talking towards the end of the episode, watch when the camera shows Dee Dee. You will see the same bald/glasses wearing guy enter the room twice.
Dee Dee's apartment is on the right side of the building. However in the next episode, she is living on the left side.