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Olive is hoping to marry Delbert right after the new year, in early January. Although Olive and Delbert don't exactly set a date in this episode, their wedding does eventually take place in March.
Delbert's dental office is located in suite 927.
The rock 'n roll teenager who appears at the hotel leaves at the end of the story to join the Army. This is an obvious reference to Elvis Presley, who had been stationed overseas in active duty just prior to the filming of this episode.
Katy says there are 3000 windows at the Bartley Hotel.
Katy hears from a man named Bart out in California. She says he's a nice corporate lawyer she does business with and that he's located on the west coast.
When Katy is visiting Edith/Piper in Hollywood, several celebrities' names are mentioned. We are to believe she is at a pool party attended by Rock Hudson, Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Elvis Presley, Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons.
When Katy dials the office, she makes the call using the number 'Circle 78098.'
The women have not been in touch with each other in many years. It is mentioned that Edith/Piper is in town on a promotional tour and that she bumped into Helen at Cartier's. They decided to look up Katy, so the '3 Musketeers' could get together again.
We learn that Woody's given name is Woodrow.
Olive tells Mr. Pudney that the hotel has a strict rule that there is to be no gambling among employees.
It is mentioned that a woman named Mrs. Forbes was the worst housekeeper ever at the hotel; she stole and drank...and Mr. Devery is the one who hired her. There was also a doorman named Otto who was rude and insulting and had to be fired.
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.
As in other episodes, it is mentioned that the Bartley Hotel in New York has 1200 rooms. Meanwhile, it is said that the Honolulu Bartley, where Tom Burke works as the manager, has 900 rooms.
Rodeo stars, Mo Sager and Dean Oliver, also appeared as themselves in this episode.
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.
Ann Sothern and guest star Carleton Carpenter met while both were under contract at MGM in the early 1950s.