Michael Faustino (David Faustino's younger brother) makes his fourth and final appearance on the show.
This episode ends with words "For Your Emmy Consideration", framing the writer and director credits, as a joke. In the final scene, it turns out to be the thing of value Al was concerned about when he heard the dodge was missing, was a picture of his family.
Al: Oh, Peg look, car bras.
Peg: The Dodge does not need a car bra.
Al: Oh it's not for the Dodge Peg. No, it's for your mom. See it's even her size. Astrovan.
(Al can't find his Dodge)
Mikey: Are you sure you brought a car?
Al Bundy: No, I drove the wife. Of course I brought a car you zit-farm!
Al: Now, this is ridiculous. Somewhere in this carwash is a Dodge with my name on it.
Peggy: Gee, I didn't know they made a Dodge Loser.
Al: How nice do we have to look? This year's theme is "Thumbs: Show 'em if you got 'em."
As of this episode, Al's Dodge is now red.
David Faustino's brother Michael makes an appearance as a carwash employee named Mikey.
The name of the car wash in this episode is Traugott's. Traugott was also the last name of Robert Mandon's character in Episode 177, The D'Arcy Files.
The title is a play on the phrase: Get the hell out of Dodge!
This was billed by Fox as the 200th episode.
The record audience applause is for David Garrison's surprise entrance, lasting over 20 seconds. David makes fun of that by looking at his watch.