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During the opening credits, Vicki's name is misspelled "Viki"
Jerry Supiran "reminds" Tiffany Brissette that the director hasn't called "Cut!" in the closing scene when he slaps her hand from grabbing a pizza that the others are enjoying.
Reflection of boom mike in Volkswagen's windshield.
Berry, Pennington and Christie simultaneously trip over a rug, and keep on going!
Brissette turns the wrong way in a stage dance number with Berry
Note that when Ted Lawson needed ta access money from Vicki's Frontal Integrated Circuit Board. Ted punches code 31492. However he does not push 3 instead he pushes the (TC GS) button first then 1492.
You can spot Lisa Perry, Brissette's younger brunette stand-in, coming out of the school entrance seconds of the episode opener.
Here, Vicki is supposedly 11 years old (for the second time) -- which doesn't air till a year later, so she's younger than the previous shows in 1987.
Massachusetts spelling was technically wrong. Vicki spells it with a small m instead of capital M...
Watch for one of Brian Austin Green's first credited acting roles. He plays the kid at the beginning of the episode wearing a red shirt. He was credited as Brian Green and will appear in one more episode.
Brissette was on the edge of a breakdown trying to keep a straight face as she sprayed whipped cream over Ventura's mug.
The notion that Vicki's skin isn't watertight is kind of lame, especially when it's implied that she's gone to beaches and pools without one spark of a problem.
Supiran's broom knocks Brissette on the head in the backyard scene
Why didn't Ted try this long before? Ironically, boss Jennings should've recognized Vicki as a robot from the very beginning; In the pilot, Ted first presented VICI to Jennings as a new project, which Jennings turned down!
Bearded guest start Tom Amundsen also had a writing credit for this episode.
This was Bonnie Brindle's first appearance of the third season, and also her final appearance in the series. Edie McClurg had secured a more prominent role as Mrs. Poole in the series Valerie (aka Valerie's Family and The Hogan Family).
First appearance of Alice Ghostley as Ida Mae Brindle.
The boy with the frog is Jerry Supiran's real life brother, Ricky. This was the last credited role of his brief acting career.
Watch the kept blooper in the initial kitchen sequence where Pennington nearly slips on spilt milk on the floor. At the end, Vicki laughs without a face (just eyeballs and teeth!)