When George is discussing Meatball's set with the club owner, he cites caselaw from Louisiana to show that the law states verbal agreements are enforceable as contracts. However, unlike the rest of the United States, Louisiana uses the civil law system where caselaw is not binding. Thus, the case George cites is not controlling law and would not control if George were not just making it all up to threaten the owner.
According to the Petition for Change of Name form that Zoe's father finds, Zoe's birthday is October 24, 1982.
Brick did not refer to him by name, but the picture of the president that he referred to at the end of the episode was that of Rutherford B. Hayes, the 19th U.S. president who served 1877 from 1881.
Goof: About half way through the episode, the establishing shot of Fancie's restaurant is actually footage from season 1 episode 7, "The Crush & the Crossbow". Through the front window of the restaurant you can clearly see Judson (Wes Brown) checking his phone as he waits for Zoe to arrive for their date.