Keene Curtis (who plays the Judge in this episode) is best known for his role as restaurant owner John Allan Hill on the hit show Cheers.
It is stated that Lionel's middle initial is 'W'.
In this episode, Louise stated her father's name was Wesley. When we see him in "Louise's Father", his name is Harold.
Tom and Helen challenge George to name one friend he has, and he can't think of anybody. Apparently he's forgetting all about Roy Simms, his good buddy from Harlem who appeared in "Former Neighbors" in the previous season. How could George forget about him?
In this episode we learn that George's father was struck by a bus and killed when George was ten years old.
The outfits that the Sherman Hemsley, Isabel Sanford, and Zara Cully wear in this episode are the same exact outfits they would wear when featured on the front cover of the January 1976 issue of Ebony Magazine which was a month after the airing of this episode.
The entire cast of the Jeffersons appeared on the front cover of the October 23, 1975 issue of Jet Magazine which was two days before this episode was aired on CBS.
Throughout the whole episode, the living room balcony door is either open a crack or completely shut without seeing anyone having the time to open/shut it.
Probably a made-up headline from a made-up newspaper (Sunday News), the paper Louise is reading at the top of this episode has this as it's headline: "Find Twin Dogs Dead In Posh Pail." If you look closely, the design to the cover of Sunday News is reminiscent of the New York Daily News cover. The writers of this episode were probably just poking fun at the absurd headlines you often will find on a newspaper in New York.
When Helen is dressing, watch the fancy pin on her green dress, it appears and disappears at times.