Laverne and Shirley keep their money in their Bible at Ezekiel 26.
Of her several previous husbands, Edna mentions that her second husband's name was Lloyd.
Laverne and Shirley's bowling league team's name was "The Big Shotz."
"The Jolliest Fat Man," sung for the Christmas program, was written by David L. Lander and Michael McKean.
Song heard in this episode:
"The Jolliest Fat Man"
"Jingle Bell Rock" by Bobby Helms
Lenny's last name, Kosnowski, means, "Help! There's a hog in my kitchen!" in Polish.
Edna was married five times and had six children, one before she was married. Frank would be her sixth husband, but she ends up leaving him, too.
Laverne and Shirley's old girls club is "The Angora Debs."
Rosie's husband is a proctologist. According to her, it was his dream to do so.
The Pizza Bowl has been in business for about eight years at this point.
Carmine says that he went to school with Potsie Weber. However, Potsie went to Jefferson High, and it was previously made clear that Carmine went to Filmore High with the rest of the Laverne & Shirley gang.
Carmine's girlfriend is Lucielle in this episode.
Betty Garrett makes her first appearance in this episode.
Fonzie calms the crying baby the same way he calls girls to his side or stops an argument - by snapping his fingers.
Through all the sillyness, it is apparent that Laverne and Shirley have very big hearts. While the nursing stint may have been a way to meet guys, the girls take time out after a long work day to help others.
It's mentioned that Squiggy has a confirmation shirt (Lutheran church confirmation ceremony).
This is supposedly Laverne and Shirley's first car, but in Happy Days, the girls already had a car of their own.
Shirley's middle name is revealed to be Whilhelmina - her grandmother's name.