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The incident Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott) mentions involving a Sweetumsgiantmolasses vat exploding and causing an ecological disaster, including people dying, is based on an actual incident that happened in Boston in January, 1919.
During the clip of "The Final Word with Perd" we learn that local "Perd" is short for Perderick and that his full name is Perderick L. Hapley. Perd is a local TV talk show and a recurring character.
Goof: When the poll results are first shown, third-place candidate Brandi Maxxxx' last name has four X's. However, when the poll results are shown again on another screen, there are only two X's.
Goof: At the end of the episode, there's a joke where Jerry says that his real name is Gary. The previous director called him "Jerry" and he was too timid to correct him, so he'd been known as Jerry ever since. However, in "Time Capsule", April reads from Jerry's mother's diary and says "Jerrold starred in his school production of Peter Pan".
Goof: The model UN security council incorrectly includes "England" when it should be the entire "United Kingdom".
The webisode series "Road Trip" details April and Andy's trip to the grand canyon which is featured in this episode.
Goof: In the scene where everybody is in Donna's car, when she warns everybody about dry heaving, her lips don't move.
April's middle names is Roberta.
In the special edition version of this episode, as seen on nbc.com, the quote where Ken Hotate mentions the two things he knows about white people, the group Matchbox 20 is mentioned (instead of Rachel Ray in the regular episode) along with curses. Later at the casino, the group Matchbox 20 can be seen on the "now appearing" sign.
In his initial aside to the camera, Ken Hotate says "Two things I know about white people: They love Rachael Ray, and they are terrified of curses." Later, in the establishing shot outside of his casino, the signs indicate that Rachael Ray is appearing onstage.
When April is talking to the camera about moving to Indianapolis, she is holding a model of "ten intersecting triangles", a polypolyhedron.
This is the first episode in which Jerry's full name of Jerry Gergich is revealed.
Rob Lowe received "and introducing" in the credits.
94 Meetings is the first episode of the series to feature the title of the episode at the beginning of the show.
The "Most Wanted Pests List" included the following critters:
Poopy: Racoon; wanted for defecating in the high school cafeteria.
Vlad: Indiana bat; wanted for defecating on the City Hall Bell Tower.
Fairway Frank: Possum; wanted for biting dogs, people...everything.
Zorro: Raccoon; wanted for garbage rummaging and thievery.
One Paw Papa: Raccoon; wanted for contamination of reservoirs with fecal matter.
Spyke: Porcupine; wanted for leaving used needles in the public parks.
Wirey Riley: Raccoon; wanted for tripping the elderly.
Jangle Bo Jingles: Feral cat; wanted for being a streetwalker & infecting domestic cats for three years.
Leanor: Crow; wanted for excessive noise violations.
Nutz: Raccoon; wanted for chucking acorns at young children and the eldely.
When Tom hands Ann her gift, the bag is marked as being fron "Cooper Surveillance Equipment."
Aside from the oily rags that Mark had pointed out over Ron's wood-burning stove, Ron also had a propane tank right next to his lit stove.
With Gus' retirement, Andy takes over the shoeshine stand and becomes a regular fixture in Pawnee City Hall.
When Johnny is asking April to come with him, the subtitles on the screen read "I am only an intern, so my estate is not as big as those of my superiors. I must have you. Please." However, what he actually said in Spanish was "My plane leaves in 6 hours. If you're not there, I will hang myself. Come. Please."
As a last-minute addition to the judging panel, Tom's name plate was scribbled in by hand rather than printed.
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