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Mofina does not match any of Mofaz's previous descriptions of his female daughter, which was (in episode #907), named Debby with a huge mustache problem. Her general age frame in this sketch does not match the ages of his ten kids, as given by Mofaz in #609 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 29).
The Super Duper Millionaire sketch is almost identical to the millionaire sketch with Lorraine
In the "Kim Jong-Il" sketch, the audience member who got shot disappears after one of the political prisoner band members is shot and taken away, and reappears in the audience at the end of the sketch.
During the Price Is Right sketch, the on-air title says this particular episode of The Price Is Right is from February 1974. However, later in the sketch, the announcer makes a comment regarding a shampoo bottle "looking like Chewbacca". The original Star Wars movie didn't come out until 1977.
Update: The voice-over at the beginning (over the GSN logo) says Circa 1977, but the on-screen title reads "Originally aired February 1974.
In the Disneyland sketch, the wife says "Take him out in front of the Country Bear Jamboree." The Country Bear Jamboree doesn't actually exist anymore. After being closed in September 2001 it was later replaced by The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh attraction in April 2003.
Stuart mentions the time that he fell down a well and Doreen replies that he got a lucky quarter out of it, but the time he fell down the well he found pennies, not quarters.
When Stuart mentions all the bad things that happened to him, he mentions being trapped in a gorilla cage and having to suck on the gorilla's teat for nourishment. However, in the episode where that happened, Stuart did that completely out of choice, and besides, he seemed to be enjoying it.
In the Tikvah sketch, at the end, the one of the 2 girls (Weir and the other woman) tell Marvin "We can't drive. We're only 14". But the newer girl earlier says, "Since I moved here" & Weir goes "... she's my roommate." You can live with another 14-year-old girl without a parent ... in L.A.?
Ron Pederson can't hold himself from laughing in the Marvin Tikvah sketch when Marvin continues his laugh longer than usual.