This is the last time Rose, Blanche, and Sophia are seen in the house (from The Golden Girls).
The theme music for The Barbara McCrell Show was the same theme used for Grab That Dough, the game show the girls went on during episode 16 of season three of The Golden Girls.
It is interesting that the hotel's registry records go back to 1985 given that this was the year The Golden Girls premiered on NBC.
In this episode, Chuy claims that he found out that his wife was cheating on him when he read about it in graffitti, but in "Ebbtide for the Defense," he reveals that it was when he caught his best friend, Rubin, in bed with her.
In this episode, Sophia reveals that she opens twist-off bottlecaps with her teeth.
In this episode, Blanche reveals that Rose spent 7 years working on a Rubic's Cube.
In this episode, it's revealed that Roland has a love for puppets.
In this episode, it's revealed that Roland plays the piano.
Ebbtide was used for three episodes in The Golden Girls: "Ebbtide" (in Season 5), "Ebbtide's Revenge" (in Season 6) and "Ebbtide VI: The Wrath of Stan" (in Season 7).
Guest-star Gregory Sierra had recurring roles on "Soap" and "Nurses" -- both of which were from "Golden Palace" creator Susan Harris.
The appearance by Kim Fields as Trish, Roland's former girlfriend, was one of two roles in 1992 that Kim took to break away from her well-known previous role as school girl Tootie in The Facts of Life.
In this episode, Blanche claims to have had an affair with Jerry Lee Lewis... and Rose claims to have had one with Mayor McCheese (a character from old McDonalds commercials).
Recurring Line: Dorothy: Walk away now and no one gets hurt.
In this episode, Rose reveals that she likes to go to Kiddieland and ride in the boats.
Dorothy asks when Rose became the strong one 3 times in this episode.
In this episode, Blanche reveals that she was slapped with a sexual harassment suit after she licked a gardener's neck.
Both Betty and Rue are reunited with Harvey Korman from their days of being on Mama's Family.
Guest stars Tim Conway and Harvey Korman came to fame working together on "The Carol Burnett Show."
"Camptown Races" is the title of an old Stephen Foster song written in the 19th century.
The layout of the hotel is different in this episode than it is in the later episode, "You've Lost That Livin' Feeling." In this episode, the walk-in freezer lies beyond the kitchen's back door (it later appears within the kitchen). Chuy's room is upstairs, but Blanche later talks about the staff quarters that Chuy lives in behind the hotel.