When King is admitted to the hospital, Gladys tells the receptionist that his full name is Louis Lawrence King.
When Larry circles the date for the enrollment deadline, it is apparent that the episode begins on January 22, 1980.
When the astrologer asks to do an astrological profile for Larry, he informs her he was born on May 4, 1939 in the city of Toronto, Ontario.
Louis Del Grande and Martha Gibson, who guest star as a couple at a marriage counseling course, would go on to star in the 80's CBC comedy/drama series Seeing Things. The two would play a couple with a rocky marriage in that series as well.
This episode marks Larry starting his new job as recreation director at the Kensington Centre.
This episode is the final appearance for Tina (Rosemary Radcliffe) in the series.
Larry mentions that Jack's son is Marvin Soble, a doctor who lives in Montreal.
The 'gifts' Phil receives at his bachelor's party are a baby bottle, an apron with Hello Marriage Goodbye Freedom stamped on it, a duster and a ball and chain locked on his ankle.
It is revealed in this episode that Soble's drug store was owned by Consumer's Drug Mart, which sounds similiar to Shopper's Drug Mart, a national chain in Canada.
It is mentioned during this episode that it has been three months since Larry and Cathy divorced. Jack also mentions that Cathy is studying psychology at Simon Fraser University.
This episode is Fiona Reid's final appearance in the series.
In the theater lobby, one can see a poster advertising the movie The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze.
Judging by The Kid's statement at one point, he has won, at most, seventy five fights in a total of two hundred and three fights.
The Kid is referred to as a middleweight and heavyweight boxer during the episode.
Larry learns that the person living above Max plays the piano but knows only two songs: "Oh Canada" and "As Time Goes By".
At the beginning of the episode, Larry is seen reading a Captain Canuck comic. Captain Canuck was an independently produced comic featuring a Canadian superhero that ran for three issues in 1976 before going on hiatus.
Gladys mentions that Larry and Cathy have been married for seven years.
Jerry mentions that he played cards with Larry's father as a child.
In the court scene, it is mentioned that Larry's real name is Larry Kinitsky.