Tagline: "What would a monkey do?" -Lucky
Boomhauer does not have any lines in this episode.
In the baby shower scene, the side of the crib Peggy and Myrna are standing on switches a couple of times.
In this episode, upon Myrna's arrival at the Hill home, Peggy engages her in a conversation about their reactions regarding the pregnancy of Luanne and their handling of the news. Peggy remarks, "See this scar?" (pointing to her forehead) "This is from when my head hit the coffee table when Luanne told me." However the news of Luanne's pregnancy is given in a preceding episode "Edu-macating Lucky", at which point Peggy asks Bobby to get her a cold towel and some bourbon. Never does Peggy fall or faint upon hearing Luanne's announcement.
Luanne gives birth to a baby girl in this episode named Gracie Margaret Kleinschmidt, 8 lbs 5 ozs, 21 inches.
(Checking out Bobby's old baby stuff)
Hank: Myrna was right about some of these hand me downs being dangerous. I am not sure pacifiers come painted anymore.
(About his new baby)
Lucky: She bears a strong resemblance to my side of the family. Of course that might change when she gets teeth.
(In the hospital waiting room, reading a magazine)
Hank: I tell you what, this Goofus fella' is a dumbass.
This is the only episode during Luanne's pregnancy, in which she is shown to look pregnant. Most likely the animators thought it would be easier to just keep her looking normal until she needed to have the baby. Also, the show tends to show things really out of order, and it might have been confusing if they did so.
This was the first episode of the series to be shown in 720p High Definition and a newly animated opening sequence. The opening is the exact same, but is simply reanimated.
The restaurant "Wantaburger" is a reference to the fast-food chain Whataburger. In all earlier episodes (including the previous one) of the show they use the restaurant's real name.
Hank: I tell you what, this Goofus fella is a dumbass.
Goofus and Gallant is a cartoon strip made popular in "Highlights" magazine, designed to demonstrate to children the right and wrong way to do things.
The Magazine Hank was reading was titled "Wee Street Journal" which is a pun on "Wall Street Journal".
The episode title is a reference to the adage "Monkey See, Monkey Do".