If Drew has enough credibility and connections to get jobs for everyone else, then why can't he get a job of his own? If he really had that much pull, he wouldn't have been shot down everywhere just because his evil sister-in-law told a bunch of lies about him.
The straitjacket that Kate is in does not appear to have a crotch strap. Most all straitjackets have crotch straps to prevent people from getting out of them.
Drew and Kate DID get married at City Hall, almost a year later in "Drew Gets Out of the Nuthouse." The writers must have realized this after this episode and tried to fix it--but messed it up by putting it in as part of the bigamy story.
Why didn't Drew and Kate just get married at City Hall and have a church wedding later? Drew could have gotten the money legitimately without lying to everyone and upsetting them. (I know, it's just a sitcom. But this plot is just so flimsy that it bugs me, especially when it's just such an obvious set-up for breaking them up a few weeks later)
In the flashback to 1975, Lewis impersonates Mork from Mork and Mindy. However, the character did not exist until 1978.
This episode claims that Drew drank his first beer in high school, but in "It's Your Party and I'll Crash If I Want To," he says that he's been coming to the Warsaw since junior high.
In the flashback, Mimi shows up at the high school and taunts Drew, but they are not supposed to have met until the pilot episode. (He may just not have remembered her, since she was just a random girl from the private school who never gave her name...although that makeup would probably be hard to forget.)
This episode has a slightly new change to the title sequence, there is now clips from previous episodes added in.
In the past, Drew has had to lay off many good employees (including his own brother) for no other reason than Winfred-Louder's financial difficulties. The idea that he now would suddenly be unable to fire anyone because of guilt seems rather contrived.
This is the second time Mr. Wick said his name was Craig Ferguson, the last time he said his name, he was speaking in a normal accent; this time he was using his Connery voice.
When Kate tries to convince the guys in the "support group" that she really isn't a bad person, Oswald argues, "You left me at the altar." This is not really fair, because Oswald is partially to blame for throwing her a "surprise wedding" in "My Best Friend's Wedding." She did break his heart, but she had no intention of waiting until they got to the altar to break it off with him--they had not even set a wedding date at the time.
Jay really should not be in the "Been Dumped by Kate" club. He moved to Minnesota to start a Dairy Queen in "Break It Up, Break It Up," and didn't even ask her to come with him. She did say that she was breaking up with him, but only in a weak attempt to save face because he was leaving anyway.
This episode is one of the few that has a blooper reel at the end.
Drew's team's shirts read "the Good Try'ers."
When Steve drops his glove and ball to give Drew a hug, and after drew runs past him, he throws the ball down again
This is the final episode Mark Curry appears as Mr. Soulard.
When Mimi puts the donut into Drew's laptop and closes it, instead of removing it, he closes the laptop again.
During the eating scene, the position and number of beer bottles changes between shots.
When Oswald and Lewis meet the two women, Lewis says that they hadn't a drop of booze in three days. Yet, only the day before they learned that they can't drink anymore for two weeks and they were drinking beer at that time.
As one of the goofs, the "Cleveland Rocks" theme song was changed from the version done by The Presidents of The United States of America to one done by Ian Hunter.