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This is the first episode in which we see none of the neighbor girls (Stacy, Jennifer, and Amy).
Guest Ken Marino is a former castmate of Michael, Michael and David's from The State. He has collaborated with them on several other projects since then including Wet Hot American Summer.
The first scene in the Old Warehouse sees what is the first known use of the "Slow Honk", an alteration of the Slow Clap, which is a staple for movies with sappy, heroic endings. Rather than clap, the paperboys use their bike horns and bells.
One actor has portrayed the Co-Op Board President (Pilot), Mayor (Office Party), and record producer Don Robertson (Paper Route): Justin Lord.
Paul Rudd makes an appearance in the Stella short "The Woods". He also co-stars as "Andy" in the Michael Showalter and David Wain vehicle "Wet Hot American Summer" and in Michael Showalter's "The Baxter".
Sam Rockwell makes an appearance in the Stella short "Bored" as a degenerate pizza delivery boy.
When Michael, Michael and David are dancing to the Funk Rock, you are seeing them from outside of their apartment window, but in the next frame it shows them inside the apartment with the curtains drawn.
Michael Ian Black, Michael Showalter, and David Wain all were on the early 90's MTV show 'The State,' along with Reno 911 vets Thomas Lenon, Robert Ben Garant, and Kerri Kenney.
A portion of this episode was shown during Stella's live show tour as a short skit.
A.D. Miles, Heidi Neurauter, and Zak Orth all appear in various skits featured on the Stella Shorts dvd.
David Wain appeared in guest star Edward Norton's film Keeping the Faith.