Uncle Leo flubs his line when he asks "Where's ralice"
When Ralph can't start the car, Alice borrows one of Trixie's hair pins to put in the motor to start it and then pulls it out afterwards. When Ralph wants to try the same thing, Alice borrows another one of Trixie's hair pins to give to Ralph. Why didn't she give Ralph the one she was holding that she pulled out of the engine in the first place?
Ralph is going to call Norton a nut.He starts off saying" brother Kramden" then stops and says "brother Norton is a nut."
The Racoon Lodge President apparently forgets his line when he says "We've got to get more- more- more-". Gleason finishes his sentence: "Applicants!" The flustered President then says "Oh, yes, I couldn't think of the word."
When George Petrie's character comes into the Kramden apartment, Ralph introduces him as "Joe Muncie." However, at the end of the episode, when Norton informs Ralph who REALLY was the Raccoon who voted against him, magically Ed refers to him as "Joe Rumsey."
On the blackboard at the Raccoon Lodge, some of the names on it have significance. Kramden, obviously. But also, the name "Philbin" is a reference to the producer of The Honeymooners, Jack Philbin. And "Shor" pays homage to the famous NYC club owner "Toots Shur", whose establishments Jackie frequented quite often.
When Ralph believes Norton has betrayed him by voting against him at the Racoon Lodge he says: "Brutus had his Caesar, Kramden has his Norton". It should be: "Caesar had his Brutus, Kramden has his Norton".
When there's a knock on the door with Ralph and Norton in the apartment, Norton says, "That's probably him (Alice's boss) now." But Ralph has not told Norton that the boss was coming over.
When hiring a maid and asked his address, Ralph says "728 Chauncey St" instead of 328 Chauncey St.
When Ralph takes his final practice swing in the kitchen, the head of the golf club breaks off.
Listen carefully to Mr.Douglas when he is apologizing for Mr.Harper. He totally blows his line but continues on without missing a beat.
The entire fourth season is known as the "Classic 39", in which all 39 episodes ran for 30 minutes with one story line, instead of short skits. Jackie Gleason went back to skits the following season.
When Alice is standing outside the bedroom talking to Ralph while he gets ready, the shadow of a boom mic can be seen going across the front of Ralph's frozen longjohns.
Watch as Alice takes a call from Trixie upstairs & when she is taking the phone she reaches her hand through where the window panes would be.
Watch for one a Audrey Meadows more frustrating moments when whe gets off track with her dialoge during the rehearsal:
"You've got me so upset from yelling at me Ralph!"
Watch for Jackie's improvising with the ladder at the end of the epsidoe.
Watch through the entire episode as Jackie forgets which side his toothache is on.
Watch for when Jackie get a little aggrivated over a boxtop he's trying to tear off as he exclaims about it being welded on.
Blooper: After the super intendment finds out that Ralph is moving in the middle of the night she says "I will call the landlord first thing in the morning and his lawyer and we'll go down to the cab company and cut your salary." Ralph doesn't work for a cab company, he works for a bus depot.
After Alice has trouble with a can opener:
Alice: "This is murder, this thing."
Ralph: "Your beautiful with a can opener!"
Watch for when Ralph comes out of a "locked" door that George Petrie's character has just locked.