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Goof: When Rachel is cutting out coupons at the breakfast table, the pages look like real newspaper pages in the master shots. In her close-ups, however, she is handling thicker paper that is unprinted on the reverse, leaving a plain white side facing the camera.
Tony's call number is C-1.
The gopher seen near the beginning of the episode is actually a ferret. At the end of the episode, the gopher is seen again and this time, it more closely resembles a true gopher.
When Hue drops the trash into the dumpster (just before Carmela shows up), part of the name on the side is taped over to create the words 'LA LAW'. The actual name of the waste management company was Laidlaw Waste Systems. Laidlaw later became the Waste Management of Canada Corporation -- whose telephone number still ends in 7800, just like the number on the dumpster.
At the beginning of the episode, Tony is seen telling jokes to David. While not specifically mentioned, his impression closely resembles the comedy style of Rodney Dangerfield.
Tony goes undercover as Anthony Stevens to infiltrate the pornography ring.
Cyd's first name is short for Cydavia.
Caruso grew up in Eastbridge, where the local children knew never to go near Bartimous Hagstone's home because there were rumors he was a warlock.
During the Season 1 episode, "Do You See What I See", Tony tells Carmela a story about how he was too short for the academy and so his father and brothers would pull on his arms and legs every night to "stretch" him. In this episode, flashbacks show that Lou was also part of this process.
Cyd has a tattoo on her shoulder.
Carmela's father was born near Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.
Rachel's father's name is Ben Metzger.
Rachel states that Tony is thirty-nine years old at the time of this episode.
Tony attended St. Agnes' school in Brooklyn when he was in the seventh grade where he knocked over a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary. His father didn't lay a hand on him -- but his mother did.
John Papadakis was related to Jimmy Papadakis, a cop from the Bronx who disappeared one night after a run-in with Nickey Colette.
The episode takes place in March of 1993, establishing Rachel and Tony's wedding date as March 15, 1974.
Canadian actor Dan Shea makes a brief, uncredited appearance in this episode; in the video store, he is the clueless father of the little boy who wants to see "the fish movie."