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This document (the "Disclaimer") is binding in perpetuity. It ensures that Channel 46 (the "Company") and its parent company, Sweetums Corp., as well as Sweetum Corp's parent company, Academi, cannot be held legally responsible for any views or actions made by/on "Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show" (the "Show"). The actions or opinions expressed by, Johnny Karate a.k.a. Burt Macklin a.k.a. Jonathan Karate a.k.a. Andy Dwyer (the "Host") or his wife, Mrs. Karate a.k.a. Janet Snakehole a.k.a. Judy Hitler a.k.a. April Ludgate-Dwyer (the "Producer"), do not necessarily represent those of the Company. This statement also applies to any and all alter egos or characters generated now, or in the future, by either the Host or the Producer, as well as their cast members, current or future, and their dog Champion a.k.a. Dog World Champion a.k.a. The Three-Legged Wonder a.k.a. Tripod Jones (the "Dog").
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When Leslie and Ron prepare Jeremy for his break up with Tammy and they are in the cabin, Leslie says that they're using Pavlovian techniques, which is Classical Conditioning, when they spray Tammy's perfume at him and then hit him.
Actually this process is called Operant Conditioning which is most commonly associated with Skinner, not Pavlov.
April asks Ann for a recommendation letter to veterinary school, however this episode was aired in March, and vet school applications are usually due in early October. Also Ann hands April an envelope containing her letter, but vet school recommendation letters are currently submitted entirely online. On top of these errors, there is no vet school at Indiana University (later erroneously referred to as the University of Indiana) in Bloomington. The only veterinary school in Indiana is at Purdue University.
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.
While barbecuing Ron is wearing an apron from Charles Mulligan's Steak House which is revealed to be his favorite restaurant in the episode "Indianapolis." Excited to eat there when they travel to Indianapolis, he discovers it has been shut down for health code violations.
The states with towns named Pawnee mentioned in this episode are: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Illinois, Oklahoma and Texas do all have towns named Pawnee. Nebraska and Iowa have towns named Pawnee City and Missouri has a Pawnee township.
Pawnee Kansas is a ghost town which is now home to The Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site.
Pawnee, Indiana is the only fictional town on the list.
The relationship name Tom comes up with for himself and Ann is "Haverkins" (a combination of their last names, respectively Harverford and Perkins).
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.
The newspaper article "Campaign Manager Punches Voter; Candidate Embraces Him" repeats its first two paragraphs of text after the third original paragraph.
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 former pre-1991 Yugoslavia flag with the red star can be seen displayed in the row of flags.
When showing of her collection of National flags, there are actually several Canadian provincial/territorial flags hidden among the national flags. Notably Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, New Brunswick, and the Northwest Territories.
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 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.
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