Bob thought of many crazy gifts for Ginnie before he settled on a dog. Some of those gifts included a watch (which Ginnie already had), snow tires, a sauna, under-eye cream, bongo lessons, laser eye surgery, a classic movie poster of James Dean, Joni Mitchell boxset, a necklace, earrings, Moroccan cooking classes and a singing toilet seat.
The alternate title of this episode is 'Lhasa Love' but the dog that Ginnie brought home was not a Lhasa Apso.
Ginnie and Bob loses their first baby. Ginnie finds out that her child was a girl.
It is revealed that Annie had a abortion when she first starting dating Danny.
In this episode we find out Anne's middle name is Margaret.
We finally find out that Bob's last name is Spencer.
When Anne and Zach are in Anne's house, they are watching Alfred Hitchcock's classic film "The Birds".
When Renee and Patrick were talking, and the camera was showing Renee, we could see that Rose, and Ginnie's parents in law were in the background. But a few scenes after that, Rose had just walked in followed by the parents in law. Clearly an editing goof.
When Rose went to Alex's room to confront him, from the inside of his room we see that his head is not leaning on the door but from the outside of his room, his head is clearly leaning on the door. This happened a few times.
When Renee called Ann, and Marjee answered the phone, that Motorola V3 was actually Marjee's. It can be seen throughout the show, that phone has always been Marjee's and Ann had a different phone.
Joel and Rose kiss, most likely for the first time.
The words already on the Scrabble board when Ginnie and Bob are playing are: oral, love, people, porn, breast, arm, titillate, and thrust.
When Ginnie was changing in front of Annie, she was wearing a black bra. After talking with Annie, she turned back into her apartment and her bra strap is clearly brown/peach color.
In the phone chain scene with Rose and Marjee, Marjee's make up is a lot heavier than just moments before in her conversation with Ann. The Rose/Marjee scene is obviously reused footage from the unaired pilot.