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Look hard: One of the cars parked at the party looks almost exactly like the car driven in the cartoon "The Simpsons".
If you listen carefully to all the phones most of them are ringing but one is busy.
One of the TVs in the office is playing the classic WB cartoon Wally Gator.
Goof: Right after the blowtorch scene when Andy tries to walk away his hat is backwards, but when he finally moves its facing forward.
The visible protest signs say: Stop the Madness start the gladness, Stop the violence, Love every 1, $ for peace not for liquor, Tell the truth about the incedent,
Jim is the only main character without a sub-plot.
Look Closely: the magnets on the fridge spell out 'Andy U suk'
Both people the Viacom executive instructs to clean out the Port-O-Potties are former Real World cast members - Puck, from the San Francisco season and Irene from the Seattle season. Both grabbed the attention of MTV viewers - Puck for getting kicked out of the house and Irene for being slapped by a fellow cast member.
When Natalie calls for a second cab, her mouth doesn't move.
Kevin's name in Virtual Valkyrie is Kevinwulf and Toby's name is Super Toby.
If you look carefully when Kevin points out the PTA meetings you can see photo-booth style pictures three of which are Andy's butt and the last one is his face.
This episode reveals that the male hipster's (the first two that buy Posey's Vegetables) name is Sasha.
Andy mentions that his last boss is in jail. He was mentioning Ron, who got arrested for tax envision in the last episode.
Jim has glaucoma.
If you read carefully the letter for Kevin is a letter from American Plastic card.
The roommates live at 44 Bow Street Cosmopolis apt number 3C.
First Appearance of Stacy.
The cartoons in Andy's portfolio were also seen earlier this season in "Andy Gets a Promotion (or How to Get Head in Business Without Really Trying)." One of the cartoons was published in the Weekly Freebie in the same episode.
On the inside cover of the DVD a commentary is listed for this episode under the summary. Yet it has none. This was a typo by the printer who put it under part 1 instead of part 2.
When Keven and Andy are at the toll both, it shows that only one lane is open. However, when Gwen gets out of the car to hitchhike, suddenly all lanes are open and apparently the cones blocking them dissappeared.