Goof: In the scene where everybody is in Donna's car, when she warns everybody about dry heaving, her lips don't move.
This episode marks the first of many in which Leslie refers to the ban on government employees dating each other as "[Chris's] rule". Shouldn't Leslie already be aware that it's a major conflict of interest in any organization? Or has Pawnee's government never clarified that?
Marcia's complaint to Chris was that the painting contains an "obscene depiction of bestiality" because of how the centaur woman had to have been conceived. Apparently, that wasn't her real concern because she accepted the repainted version of a male centaur without reiterating her conception complaints.
In the previous episode, Chris explained to Leslie that Ben would not be able to date anyone in the government because he oversees every department. In this episode, he dismisses Leslie's concern when he sets up Ben with someone in the county commissioner's office because the departments are not connected.
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 Rachael 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, however her name is misspelled as "Rachel".
When April is talking to the camera about moving to Indianapolis, she is holding a model of "ten intersecting triangles", a polypolyhedron.