Kate, Gabriel, and Allie each directly address the camera in this episode.
When Kate accidentally pours coffee onto the counter, when the camera cuts to Allie, and returns to Kate, the counter is completely dry as though no coffee had been spilled.
Christa Miller-Lawrence, who plays Blair in this episode, is Susan Saint-James' niece.
Christa Miller, who plays one of Kate's potential new house mates, happens to be the niece of Susan St. James who plays Kate.
I guess this is more of a nit pick. Old Chip comes back home and the builders are tearing down the old house. The wallpaper that's on the walls is the same blue wiggle design that was in the house in the 1980's. Meaning that in the interveining 30 years, the house has remained un decorated, even the tounge and groove remains the same dark brown.
After nearly a decade of being offered only bit parts, David Rasche would begin his signature starring role on "Sledge Hammer!" just a few months after his guest appearance in this episode.
This episode contains Ben Stiller's first acting credit. He plays a significant role as one of the organizers of the student protest.
Christa Miller is Susan Saint James' niece, and her small role in this episode was her first acting credit.
Allie: I am hardly the type of woman a man develops a life-long passion for. Even Charles quit in defeat!