Woman: You're betting? How can you be betting, they're just little kids!
Louie: I made little bets.
Zifka was staying at Latka's apartment during his week in New York, so what was his robe doing at Elaine's?
According to interviews he's given, Christopher Lloyd has said that the chair moving after he lays his father's suit on it was a complete accident, and his shocked reaction completly genuine.
When Jim leaves Terry at his apartment, he puts on a big brown coat. When he returns to prevent Terry from going back, he apparently forgets his coat.
In this episode Jim states that his favorite show is "Star Trek." Three years later in 1984, Christopher Lloyd would star as a Klingon Commander in the movie Star Trek III: The Search For Spock.
The title of this episode is a parody of the title of a book - "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance"
Alex: It's ok...I'm not really a cab driver. I'm just waiting for something better to come along...(pause)...like death.
Just as the guys are about to begin eating dinner, a shadow of one of the microphones appears briefly at the top of the back wall.
In this episode Elaine's phone number is (212) 555-4276.
This was the first episode of television broadcast that was written by Glenn Gordon Caron, who later created Moonlighting and Medium. It aired during sweeps.
In an interview, Marilu Henner has said that her line regarding the Off-Broadway production of Romeo and Juliet - "...well, if you like revivals" - was an on camera ad-lib.
The episode won Emmy Award for Outstanding Film Editing for a Series.
When John's icebreaker line to Suzanne is a marriage proposal, is strains belief that neither of Suzanne's two friends have nothing at all to say.
When Bobby moved to Manhattan to pursue acting, he moved from the Bronx, just a cab ride away.
More than a full day after Latka found and entrusted $2,000 cash to four drivers, the drivers are still trying to decide what to do with the $2,000 that Latka found. Alex suggests giving it all to the one who found it, a solution that each of the four drivers denied considering. It seems unlikely that this didn't occur to even one of the other drivers.
This is the first time we would see the restaurant "Mario's," which would become a popular hangout for the drivers outside of the garage.
Alex lends his daughter his driver's license because he claims it has his address and a picture on it. It seems unlikely that a cab driver could function without his license, considering that he has a long distance drive coming up.
We learn that Bobby Wheeler's idol is Sir Lawrence Olivier.