Watch for the wall set split behind the kitchen sink. You can see stage hands trying to repair it.
When Ralph has left Phil and Alice alone in the apartment, Phil (George Petrie) walks over to Alice and says, "Don't you think Phil is acting a little strange"?
He meant to say:
"Don't you think Ralph is acting a little strange"?
This was Ralph and Ed's very first harebrained business venture.
Notice that Ralph's best-friend Norton is not yet a brother Raccoon.
Keep an eye on Ralph's coffee cup. In order to make steam, baking soda and vinegar were used with dry ice, causing the cup to eventually bubble over.
Watch for when Ralph is talking to Norton about his lucky jacket. Jackie's's fly is wide open while he sits on the chair, he then gets up, he walks around and says:
"You know something pal, there comes a time in every guys life when he could use a lucky jacket like that."
When Ralph burns his foot and is hopping around the room, Trixie is standing there cracking up at his antics. Joyce Randolph evidently forgot that this was not a dress rehearsal. Ralph directs an angry ad lib at her, so she instantly realizes that she is out of character and leaves, after which Ralph and Alice save the scene ad libbing.
When Alice is entering the bedroom she utters "I wish you'd fix this door." talking about the locked door she cannot enter.
Watch for the shadow go across the wall outside the Kramden's front door when an officer is speaking to Ralph.
Watch for the hysterical scene where Ralph is tapping a piece of steak on the table and it snaps in half.