In one of Sophia's flashbacks, she remembers how Dorothy tells her she was pregnant. However, in Season 3's "Brotherly Love", she claims that Dorothy didn't tell her until 4 days after she (Dorothy) and Stan were married.
This is the final episode, with the exception of the finale, to feature music over the credits. The rest of the season would feature tags/codas, which are a short final scene, over the credits.
In Sophia's flashback to 1949, her house has a television in the living room. However; in another episode Sophia and Dorothy flashback to the 1950s and Dorothy is going to buy Sophia her first television set.
Dorothy: You're just jealous because I have a date on a Saturday night and you don't.
Blanche: Saturday night is kid stuff. Get lucky on a Tuesday morning, then call me.
Dorothy: I guess I'm just not attracted to crossing guards.
Blanche: If a man sets up a folding chair outside my house, I want to know more!
Blanche: Dorothy Zbornak has a date on a Saturday night when Blanche Deveraux does not. Sounds like an idea for a Stephen King book.
Blanche: I've been disrobing for Doctor Lee Kagen for three years, why would he take you out when he's seen the promised land?
Dorothy: I don't know, too many squatters?
Blanche: Why're you so happy?
Sophia: If I know my Dorothy, there's only one thing in the world that could make her this happy.
Rose: You're going back to Shady Pines?
Rose: (on date with rude jerk) Say. Do these serve googenflerten?
This episode is the last to feature Lyn Greene as Young Adult Dorothy Petrillo Zbornak.
It appears Rose has had two boyfriends named Arnie, the jerk identified here (played by Lenny Wolpe) and the one played by Harold Gould in "Rose the Prude".
Blanche mentions that Stephen Kingshould write a novel about the fact that Dorothy has a date and she (Blanche) does not.
Stephen King is a horror/suspense novelist, most famous for such novels asCarrie, Misery,and The Green Mile.