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When Posie says "The Newyorker doesn't publish many cartoons" its a joke becasue the Newyorker publishes very dry smart comics only.
When Jim says he'll eat in his room he tears off a piece of the couch but a few seconds later its still there.
Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein had planned another episode about Andy's cartoons. He was going be working at a "Tower Records-esque store" and his favorite cartoonist would be doing a signing there. The cartoonist would have told him to keep working at it.
When Andy is doing his big speech in the courtroom, he's wearing spicy pants. But eariler on, when he's booing Kevin, he's wearing jeans.
The cartoon that Andy was making at the beginning of the episode was of a man inside a toilet saying, "Nice place you got here."
This is the one episode that series co-creator Bill Oakley will not let his kids see.
First appearance of C-Dog.
Johnathan Griffin aka: Griffo and Christopher Dodge aka: C-Dog are voiced by Scott Menville and Tom Kenny who also voiced Kevin French and Wally Langford.
There is a Mission Hills, California. Although in the script for "Bye Bye Nerdie (or I Was a Teenage Pornstar)" we learn that Mission Hill is in South Dakota.
Stogie's original name was Stolie.
The WB censors made them take out the sound of Jim peeing after he hops out of the car.
This is the only time we see Griffo without C-dog.
This show was ispired by a pitch of a Simpsons episode that Oakley and Weinstein thought up where The Simpsons go to visit a hip cousin. But it got rejected whenever they pitched it.