When Don was young, his parents would take him with them to sit-ins, and he saw Alan get arrested twice.
Alan's anti-war sentiments in this episode were quite similar to those of Arthur Pope, the character Judd Hirsch played in the 1988 film Running on Empty with Christine Lahti and River Phoenix.
5,000,000 Vietnamese killed
58,226 US troops KIA
At CalSci. When there is a fire outside, why does the alarm go off inside, thus making everyone go outside, nearer the fire?
A piece of evidence was a book titled Essays on Revolution by Cheryl Heuton and Nicolas Falacci, which in reality are the creators/producers of the show and writers of this episode.
Charlie: I need more current data.
Larry: You do have a problem. You have one single recent event on which to base your comparisons.
Amita: Which means that you need more bombings.
Larry: That's right. The constant quandary of crime analyses: to get more data you need more crimes.
Charlie:(Regarding the cabinet) Can't imagine why they did that.
Don:Well, people did a lot stupid things in the 70's.
Alan: I take it you're not just talking about home remodeling.
Alan: Hey, at least it is good to know that when it comes to food...you're still both your father's sons.
Charlie: Red meat, let's eat!
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Protest
Czech Republic: June 10, 2009 on TV Nova
Slovakia: November 24, 2009 on JOJ
The song in the opening scene was "Long Cool Woman", by The Hollies.
This episode was rated TVPG-LV.
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