Jack and Rochester are planning to stay in New York at their usual hotel: a flea-bag dump called the Acme Plaza.
Bing Crosby's mansion has 36 rooms and four washing machines (for washing his money.)
Jack describes the color of his eyes as Lazy Lagoon Blue.
In the closing epilogue, Jack promotes that his next show on 3/6/1955 will be telecast in color.
Jack can't believe how clear the air is at 5 AM. From his front porch, he sees the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. He puts on his glasses and sees the Eiffel Tower.
Jack mentions in the monologue that he had been hospitalized for two days with pancreatitis.
While strolling through the May Company, Jack repeatedly sings "Just a Gigolo".
While talking to the reporter, Jack is still wearing the same shirt he bought at the May Company in the fall of 1932.
According to the marking in his collar, Jack wears a size 13 shirt.