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It turns out the detective investigating the theft shares the name O'Connor with Katy. His grandfather back in Cork County Ireland was a cousin of Katy's grandmother.
When Katy becomes 'engaged' to the hotel owner's son, she says they will have to go to Maryland, because they can elope there in one day. New York has a longer waiting period.
It is stated that Tom Bartley Jr. is known as 'lover boy,' a nickname he's been given in gossip columns.
Several personnel procedures have been put in place by Mr. Macauley to impress Mr. Bartley's visiting son. Among these are #132 in which late employees are fined one dollar for every minute they're tardy; and #279 in which any secretary not completing their tasks has to work overtime (presumably without extra pay).
Katy mentions that there were five sons in her father's Irish family. Her uncle Sean and her uncle Terrence are the only two surviving members.
It is learned that an investment firm known as Arbuckle, Diamond, Franklyn & Shwatt has an office in the Bartley Hotel.
The company that Katy invests in is called Appalachian Oil. She purchases thirty shares (one for each member of the investment club), at $5 per share, making the total investment $150. The stock goes up seven points.
It is mentioned that the waiter, Mr. Lukassen, has worked at this hotel for eight years.
The full name of Katy's boss is given: James Arlington Devery. However, in the previous episode, he was referred to as 'James Winthrop Arlington Devery.'
It is indicated that the hotel has 1200 rooms.
It is stated that Mr. Devery has worked for 20 years as a hotel manager.
The Stuart Research Bureau, administrator of the aptitude test, is located on 5th Avenue.
Ann Sothern and guest star Carleton Carpenter met while both were under contract at MGM in the early 1950s.
When Katy gets frustrated with Lucy, she suggests her friend leave and check into another hotel. Two well-known establishments are mentioned: the Plaza Hotel and the Pierre Hotel (both in New York City). The Plaza is on the corner of 5th Avenue and 59th Street in Manhattan and opened to the public in 1907. The PIerre is a luxury hotel in NYC that opened in 1930 and is situated on Fifth Avenue at 61st Street, facing Central Park.
It is revealed that Lucy is staying in one of the hotel's finer rooms, Suite 341.
Lucy says that she calls herself 'Lucille' when things get serious. Katy doesn't really go around calling herself by her given name, 'Kathleen.'
The pills that Katy gives Lucy are called Rock-a-Bye Sleep Tablets.
Rodeo stars, Mo Sager and Dean Oliver, also appeared as themselves in this episode.
After she says she's mulling over the offer to work in Hawaii, Devery finds assorted literature on Katy's desk: there's a copy of 'How to See the Hawaiian Islands;' 'A Girl's Guide to Surfboarding;' and 'A Hundred and Two Ways to Prepare Poi.'
James Devery and Tom Burke not only work as managers for the Bartley hotel chain, but they also went to college together and played football on the same team.