In the opening scene Rose mistakenly calls her home town St. Olafs (plural) instead of simply St. Olaf.
This is one of many errors the show makes. Rose tells the girls that she lived in an orphanage until she was 8, at which point she was adopted by the Lindstroms. Yet, in this episode, Lily reminds Rose of something that had occurred while Rose was 6.
Time Index 7:00 and during the entire scene. When Lily is cooking and it catches fire, you can clearly see there is no heat lighting the electric burners.
At the end of the episode in the airport, the flight attendant is thanking passengers for flying Air Florida. This isn't possible as Air Florida folded in 1984, almost 2 years before this episode was first aired.
In the beginning of the episode when Dorothy is grilling steaks, why is there not even a hint of smoke?
Blanche (after finding out that Rose's sister Lily was the first woman in St. Olaf to have a pilot's license.):
Well, we have something in common, Lily. I was the first woman in my home town ever to have a pilot!
Blanche: Oh, girls, listen let's face it all that so called junk out there has too many fond memories for all of us. We're never gonna be able to part with it.
Dorothy: We might just as well call this whole garage sale off.
Rose: And kiss our new TV goodbye, isn't that right Mr. Longfellow? (high-pitched voice) Yes, it is, Rose.
Woman: (looking at an item at the garage sale) How much?
Sophia: Two bucks. Go wild. Treat yourself.
Woman: Nah. I'll give you $1.50.
Sophia: What does this look like, Baghdad? Get the hell out of here!
Dorothy: Ma! That's no way to sell things!
Sophia: Hey, go to Neiman Marcus sometime. See if they treat you any better!
Sophia: What are we cooking outside for?
Dorothy: Ma, we're having a barbecue.
Sophia: Do you know what they call cooking meat over an open fire back in Sicily?
Dorothy: No, what?
Rose: Those steaks smell great!
Sophia: What do you know? You thought you could go out to the ocean and catch fishsticks!
Rose: My sister's going to be fine. She's a very independent person.
Dorothy: No she's not, Rose. Not until she learns to become independent as a blind person.
Sophia: I just talked to Lily. I hear you're moving with her back to Chicago.
Rose: Yes, I think it's best.
Sophia: Great. Now you can ruin your life and hers!
Blanche: Girls, let's do that: Let's have a garage sale!
Rose: Well, can we get in trouble having a garage sale? I mean, we're not actually selling a garage.
Sophia: If it's a choice between the two of them, let the blind one make change.
Lily: And Rose, quit pouting.
Rose: How'd you know I was pouting?
Lily: You always pout. Like when we got a new puppy and you thought its paws were too big and that the other dogs would laugh at him.
The background shot during the closing credits features Dorothy (with hockey stick in hand), Rose and Blanche in the living room, discussing why the yard sale was a bad idea.
This episode marks the first and last appearance of Rose's now blind sister Lily Lindstrom.
It would seem that all the Lindstrom girls are named after flowers: Rose, Lily, and Holly.
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