Elyse wears the often-seen gold ram's head brooch in the lunch scene with AJ and Rick.
This episode has the last appearance of Ernie Boyar, who (along with Al Sanchez) is Rick Simon's long-time undercover alias. Ernie tries to buy a painting from gallery owner/fraud Carol Holdridge.
Rick goes under cover in this episode as a medical examiner from Mt. Pleasant Insurance Company.
The construction company seen in this episode, Newhall Construction, is a real construction company based in Maine.
The pinball game in the Simon's office is titled Hokus Pokus.
Rick and A.J. go under cover as Bowyer and Gorman, city health inspectors.
Golden West Bank is the bank name used here, and it is on the very large winner's check.
Cecilia's class reunion is the Class of '46.
In this episode, Rick goes undercover as Emir Khartaka and A.J. as the Emir's guard.
The name of the television station that Temple Hill works for is KSLD channel 3.
Golden West Bank is the name of the bank that is used for every episode of Simon and Simon. In this episode it is the bank that the checks are drawn from.
In this episode Rick uses the cover of a high steel worker named MacDonald and A.J.'s trainer. A.J. goes as a man in need of marriage counseling and a runner in the San Diego Corporate Olympics.
A.J. reads two articles from old newspaper clippings near the end of the episode. Both articles have the same second column to them even though they are from different days, which have nothing to do with the story.
The bail release form read by Downtown Brown shows the name Jason Hawthorne. However, that character is refered to only as Hawthorne during the episode, and is credited as Alan Hawthorne in the end credits.
The bail release form shown in the episode shows the date February 13,1986, which is the date the episode was shown.
A.J. goes undercover as Andrew Cornwallace, and Rick as his assistant.
To get onto the show, the Simons have to make up fake professions and hobbies. Cecilia's are underwater welding and shoe modeling. Rick is a race track florist, and A.J. is a sheppard who writes greeting cards and is teaching mynah birds to speak.
Near the end of the episode, the Simons are racing to the show in a cop car. The cop car changes four times. It starts as a 1970s Dodge, then changes to a 1980s Dodge Diplomat, then to a 1980s Ford Fairmont, and last to a 1980s Chevy.
The Simons go under cover on the game show as the Marlowes. Marlowe is the name of Rick's dog.
During the episode, Rick and A.J. are arrested as the Crestridge Peepers.