The Bundys and the D'Arcys have spent 300 years in hell which makes around 109570 days. When Marcy comes to the Bundy home, Al says the D'Arcys have visited 7916042 times. This means that the D'Arcys have been visiting the Bundys at least 72 times a day.
Robert Englund, who plays the devil in this episode, is best known for playing the evil Freddy Krueger in the "Nightmare on Elm Street" movies, as well as the TV series "Freddy's Nightmares".
If I'm not mistaken...how could Marcy open the door if after Jefferson walks in, he automatically locks the door and then starts talking to Al?
Recycled footage of past episodes are used in the flashbacks when exampling Al's behavior towards large women in his shoe store.
At the end of this episode, the cast of the Fox NFL pre-game show does a commentary on James Brown's appearance in this episode.
In the end where the kid with the hook tries to hug Marcy you can clearly see through his sleeve that he is holding a fake hook.
Kelly brings the microwave oven into the closet, but then it pings... surely it wouldn't since the cord wasn't plugged in.
Real footage of an actual tornado is used in this epsiode.
Bud graduates from Trumaine college at the end of the episode.
During the scene in which Al decides to keep Lucky outdoors, it's the middle of winter and you can see the snow-covered ground and trees. However, during the next scene, which takes place a short time later, Al is shown building a dog house outside, the grass is green, the flowers are blooming, and there is no snow in sight.
On the map that the toy car drives across, Nashville is shown where Knoxville should be. Nashville is at the West end of Tennessee, not the East. It is entirely possible that this was not a mistake, however, but done so that Tennessee would be easier to identify by people unfamiliar with it.
Howie Long explains that Al is currently hospitalized because he made fun of Howie's hair while singing karaoke at a Chicago sports bar.
When Bud and Jefferson detonate the explosive, the entire scoreboard blows apart. However, in the next scene, only the center of the scoreboard is missing.
The wrestler King Kong Bundy had guest starred during the second season as one of Peggy's Wanker uncles.
The scene in the opening credits where Al hands out money changes to include Lucky. The previous scene had been running since season four, and it is very noticable that Christina Applegate (Kelly) and David Faustino (Bud) has aged a lot since.
The title card at the end of the episode reads: "Dedicated to Buck the Dog, who with this episode begins a well earned retirement and hopefully a nice gig as a stud. We'll miss you, buddy. Lift a leg. –The Producers"
This is the first episode where the offical website scrolls in the credits.
When Al is telling the family that peg's mother had eaten the new bird, Tweety you can see Ed ( Al) is struggling not to laugh he takes a pause for a second when he grips the railing to stop from laughing.
During the scene when Al is on his knees looking under Bud's bed, the shadow of a crew member can be seen moving over Al.
It is revealed in this episode that Puggy Weaver, Al's bowling nemesis from the Season 4 episode "Peggy Turns 300", died during a waffle eating competition. The championship trophy for Al's bowling league is named after him.
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