When Cynthia Watros (Kellie) gets up from her football seat, you can see her microphone battery pack clipped on to the back of her pants.
(Mimi is interviewing at a pediatrician's office while watching Traylor's cat. After the cat starts meowing out of control, Mimi injects it with a needle to quiet it.)
Dr. Melnick: There was nothing in that needle. You just injected that cat with air!
Mimi: Yeah, I guess I did. Well, hopefully it will be like some sort of placebo effect.
Dr. Melnick: What?! No, I think the cat is dead.
(Mimi looks down at the cat and shakes the cat box and gets no response)
Mimi: Yeah, I think you're right. But for the record, I will never inject a child with air.
Mimi: I want you to cover for me, I told Traylor that I have a funeral to go to.
Drew: Oh, did somebody in your family get poached?
Scott: Hey Drew, can I talk to you a second?
Drew: Sure, you're the boss, it all pays the same.
Drew: Well, if you're cheating on Traylor, why don't you break up with her?
Scott: I can't, I love her.
Drew: If you love her, why are you cheating on her?
Scott: I love her so much, I don't want her to do the things that I need to have done.
Drew: I'm curious, but I'm afraid to ask you to clarify.
Oswald: Scott and Traylor aren't exactly saints. It's not like you're trying to save Donny and Marie's marriage here.
When the episode is played in syndication on TBS, the network airs this episode tenth in season 9.
Mimi interviews for a job for pediatrician, Dr. Melnick. Ryan Stiles played a pediatrician named Dr. Melnick in the CBS show, Two and a Half Men.
Mimi mentions that Gus is now at age 5.
Theme song: "Moon Over Parma" by Snow
Oswald: "It's not like you're trying to save Donny and Marie's marriage here."
Donny and Marie Osmond are a brother and sister singing act. They are siblings, not spouses.