In the hospital bed, Malcolm reads the December 1997 Issue of Ebony magazine.
The flashbacks shown are from the episodes: "Club Story," "Lockdown," "A Police Officer and a Gentleman," "Trading Spaces," "Roofless People," "Sh-Boing-Boing," "Casino Evil," "Someday My TAFKAP Will Come," "Big Brother is Watching," "Everynight Fever," "The Commercial," "The Boy Who Cried Werewolf," "The Commercial" again, and "Pilot."
When Malcolm says that he and Eddie need a commercial, Eddie sings a song about himself to the tune of the Sanford and Son theme song. Eddie sung a song about Fred Sanford to the tune of it as well in the "Pilot" episode.
Eddie says he has 4,773 hats.
The bar sign's and waitress' outfits now all say Malcolm McGee's instead of Kellys or Malcolm McGoo's.
Signs held up in the crowd waiting outside of the bar read: "Bill 3:16," "Hi John London & The House Party," and "Save the Chiefs."
Malcolm and Eddie cover up Milton's body because they believe that if the health inspector saw it, he would shut Kellys down. However, a day or two later, the health inspector attends Milton's funeral (with the casket on bar stools) at Kellys, and has no issue.
Costumes worn at the party were:
Eddie: Eddie Murphy in Vampire in Brooklyn and in Eddie Murphy Delirious. Malcolm: A pirate.
Tim: The Empire State Building.
Bridget: Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Nicolette: Quasimodo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Holly: A werewolf.
Tina: A leopard.
Others included: A genie, clown, zombie, bunny, scarecrow, and witch.
Goof: When Malcolm arrives home from work and goes into his room to go to sleep, he can't because Tim is asleep in his bed, but shortly after Malcolm goes to Kelly's and Tim is already there.
While doing the celebrity wake up calls Eddie impersonates Mike Tyson and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Malcolm impersonates Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bill Cosby. In the deleted scenes/bloopers airing during the episode's end credits Eddie impersonates The Godfather, Col. Jessep from A Few Good Men, a Munchkins from The Wiz, and Tony Montana from Scarface.