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In the closing scene, Martin takes out a marker and writes on the wall; One Luv Martin Lawrence, not the character he played, Martin Payne.
Benjamin Banneker was an inventor and suveyor, famous for drawing the layout of Washington, D.C. and inventing the first hand crafted striking clock.
How did Tommy see Banneker instead of Fanneker on the clock because of the smudge, he looked at a paper that was in the box to see what the name of the clock was.
Martin's line "I won't be married to the Notorious P.I.G. anymore" was a reference to the rapper The Notorious B.I.G. who guest starred on the show in a previous episode. In a sad coincidence, the episode's original air date of March 6, 1997 came three days before the rapper was killed in a shooting in Los Angeles.
This episode's title is a lyric in the Teddy Pendergrass song Come on Go With Me.
In this episode, Cole's new girlfriend Shanise makes her first appearance.
Adele Givens, who guest-stars as a nurse on this episode; did a stand-up routine on Def Comedy Jam while Martin was the host.
When Gina goes into Tommy's wallet and finds a clear buisiness card, this is reference to Tommy not having a job.
In the beginning of the episode, Gina is using a hot comb on her hair. As she stops to talk to Martin, she is touching the "hot" end of the comb in her bare hands, without getting burned. When the camera switches angles, all of a sudden there is a towel in that hand to allow her to touch the hot end.
The song that Martin and the dancers were dancing to in the play was "One More Chance", the remix to the hit single by the Notorious B.I.G.
This episode marks the final appearance of Brother Man.
This is the second time that they've used a reference to the 80's movie Three Men and a Baby for a show title. There was a season one episode entitled "Three Men and a Mouse."
During the closing credits, Biggie performs his hit "One More Chance."
When the exotic dancer that Tommy hires to perform at Gina's bachelorette party arrives at Martin's apartment, he appears to not be wearing any earrings in his ears. After the camera shifts to Martin and back to the dancer, he now dons a long earring featured in his left ear. Immediately when Martin kicks the dancer out of the house, the earring disappears.
In the scene where Cole is pitching the idea of "RENT-A-SPOONS" in Martin's apartment, Martin grows aggreviated from Cole's ideas and attacks Cole. While Gina, Tommy and Pam try to rip away Martin from Cole, Pam played by Tichina Arnold clearly looks to be holding in her laughter and at one point, knocked out the scene momentarily, still trying to keep from bursting out in laughter.
The Bookers make their second appearance on Martin's show, Word on the Street.
Martin said that he got all tickets in Gina name so wouldn't she haven't gotten notices in the mail to remind her of the parking tickets.
Millie Jackson performs during the closing credits.
During the scene where Gina and Martin argue over who's radio is, Martin is dancing to the classic Sugar Hill Gang song, "Rappers Delight".
This is the first appearances of the Bookers.