Stock footage of the first episode was shown including shots of Christa Miller, however, she was not credited in this episode.
As Drew takes the gun away from Mr. Wick's mistress, someone's left arm comes into the shot on the right side of the screen.
During the credits, when a clip with Lewis is shown his voice is heard over the music.
When Crystal is dancing on the pole, just after Drew asks her for advice, she takes her skirt off twice!
At Drew's house, when Mimi and Oswald are discussing the party, a camera can be clearly seen on the right above the blue chair. It's gone the next time the chair is shown.
Crewmember seen - In HD -When Kellie and Drew get off of the bed covered with coats a crewmember's right arm and light blue shirt can plainly seen on the right side of the screen as he is standing facing the foot of the bed - In Analog - you can see the crewmemeber's shadow on the wall and it is obviously not Kellie or Drew.
In a wide shot of Drew, Owen the insurance guy, and Mimi sitting on the couch, you can see the front of a camera on the left hand side of the screen.
As the camera follows Drew the area in the warehouse where Mimi and Gus are living, a lighting person is visible next to a refrigerator box in the lower right hand corner of the screen.
When Drew decides to follow Mimi, Oswald says he should come in case Drew needs to park at a meter. Drew wouldn't need to park at a meter because he doesn't have a car.
Mimi is channel surfing with a remote, but the TV is a knob style TV, so using a remote on that type of TV doesn't work.
Although it could be controlling the VCR.
The episode title "Michigan J. Gus" is from the cartoon "One Froggy Evening," by Chuck Jones. There is the singing frog named "Michigan J. Frog," from 1955.
If you watch the widescreen version, in the scene when Gus is about to show Drew how he got the candy from the cabinet, you can see all the way to the left, a camera moving into the shot.
In this episode Mimi mentions that Drew just got a rusty car with 200,000 miles on it. However, in the episode "Drew and the Life-Size Jim Thome Cutout," Oswald and Lewis drive up to Drew who was picking up trash off the highway in a Chevy Malibu which looks to be in pretty good shape. We know the car isnt Lewis's because throughout the entire series we hear about Lewis's AMC Matador.
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.
When Drew meets Oswald in the Warsaw, he asks Oswald if he's hooked Woody and Kim up yet and Oswald says he's hooked them up for that night. But after Drew tells him all the crap abut Woody, Drew mentions that he already canceled the date. He didn't even know about it 'til the start of the scene! I know Oswald ain't the sharpest knife in the drawer, but even he should have picked up on that.
In the tag during the weather report, Mr. Wick identifies himself as Scotty McRaincloud while his name on the weather map behind him is clearly seen as Scotty McRainshower.
Kellie says that Drew wanted to borrow her car so that he does not put miles on his car. However, Drew still does not have a car.
Drew still hasn't divorced Mr. Wick, so I find it hard to see why he is still trying to get married.
When Oswald smashes the windshield, it is obvious that it was just a piece of glass; real windshields would not shatter like that due to the safety glass.
With the second couple to be in the condo after Drew and Kellie, the woman thought the guy is proposing. Shouldn't they already be married, if the condo is just for married couples?