Katey Segal appears sparingly in the first four episodes of this season due to the birth to her daughter Sarah in August, 1994. Peg is said to be away taking care of her ailing mother in Wanker County, and her scenes consist of her making phone calls home.
Al: I think the 70's symbolizes the very best in America. Um, take The Avengers, the Shelby Cobra, Bad Moon Rising.
Terry Murphy: That was the 60's.
Al: Oh. Well take Miami Vice, the DeLoreon, Ebony and Ivory.
Terry Murphy: That was the 80's.
Al: Oh. Well what happened in the 70's?
Terry Murphy: The Ford Pinto, Different Strokes and Billy Beer.
Katey Sagal does not appear on camera on this episode, but her voice is heard during a phone call to Kelly.
Starting with this episode, Marcy becomes an activist working for women's rights.
Al and Jefferson's 70's shoes store is called "Al Bundy's House of Sole."
The episode title is a reference to the Led Zeppelin song "Stairway to Heaven".
The commercial that Kelly is on for Pest Boys run by Manny, Me, and Moe. An allusion to the Pep Boys auto parts chain whos mascots are Manny, Moe, and Jack.