The wording on the note changes from "cemetery" to "CEMETARY" and back again between scenes.
Trivia: This is the first time that there is no murder in an episode, and the first time that an adult Ned doesn't use his powers.
Trivia: The Norwegian's van acronym is MILF, a slang term for an older sexually attractive mother.
Trivia: Emerson's office number is KL5-0155.
When timed, it can be determined that Colonel Likkin is alive again for more than 60 seconds.
Trivia: Trophy wife Elise reads Trophy magazine.
When Emerson Cod's mother kisses him goodbye, she moves to his right side. However, in the next shot from behind her, we see her kissing him on the left cheek.
If Barb only does the "downs" of crossword puzzles, how did she know that the answer for "kinship" would have a q?
Just after Sister LaRue lands in front of Olive, you can clearly see her eyelid move.
Randi Jean says Rocky's last name is "Baselli" when talking to Chuck, but the end credits identify his last name as "Milano."
The Wish-A-Wish Foundation logo is printed backward on the Wish-A-Wish van.
As the camera pans down to the body, from above the snowplow, the reflection of the camera is visible in the windshield.
Trivia: When in need of an ice pick to break the ice off the second corpsicle, Emerson uses a knitting needle he is carrying in his jacket pocket.
Trivia: We learn that Chuck's father was named Charles Charles.
Bobo the Bonobo is referred to as a monkey. However, a bonobo is actually a species of chimpanzee (a member of the great ape family) and not a monkey. The monkey shown in this episode is actually a Brown Tufted Capuchin.
Trivia: The popcorn print hanging on the wall in the Pie Maker's bedroom is called "Successive Nows" and is by artist Rodney White.
For the shot of the new menus that include Chuck's cup pies, we see that the text for each flavor of pie is in all capital letters. However the second flavor (key lime) does not follow this format; it only capitalizes K and L.
When Lily and Vivian are about to swim, their positions (left and right side of the screen) change during shots.
Trivia: The slide of Young Chuck, which Lily and Vivian admire, shows Chuck wearing a "Jews For Cheeses" shirt. In a bit of planned irony, Jews for Cheeses is a homophone for Jews for Jesus.
Trivia: Napoleon LeNez's last name is French for "the nose."