Kevin's wig in the "Rusty" sketch is positioned wrong. You can see his hair under the wig.
If you look closely, you can see the wire going up the baby carrage to light the fire in the "Reg" sketch.
Buddy Cole: (what was to become the character's catchphrase) I may have been born yesterday...but I still went shopping.
Man: Hey, you millionaires! Get out of that garbage!
Dave: Oh, Laurie! (Looks at Bruce) Hey, is it okay if I sleep here tonight?
Bruce: Uh, no, that's a problem. See, I don't have a bed for you.
Dave: Oh...hey, doesn't this couch fold out? (Gets up)
Bruce: No, I don't think so, I just--
Dave: Oh, sure it does! (Starts hauling on the couch seat, with Bruce still sitting on it) Come on, look!
Bruce: No, it...
Dave: Yeah, it does!
Dave: You know Mrs. Beemish, don't you, Rusty?
Bruce: Hello Barbara.
Bruce: I see you got the walker.
Kevin: Yes, thank you very much.
Bruce: I'm sorry about your hip.
This pilot marks the first appearance of one of the few long-running characters, Buddy Cole. The name Buddy Cole was taken from a character Tim Kazurinsky sketch. While in "The Turn Company" troupe, he wrote a skit that Scott played, and gave him the character of the same name. The origional name of the character was Charles "Buddy" Cole
The cabage head was made of real leaves. The foam one didn't come until Season 1 started.
The origional Pilot was shown on HBO as a two-hour special. It was only after the success of the pilot that the Kids signed a deal.
Bruce says that "Hey, you millionaires!", the first sketch of the pilot, is his father's favorite sketch, including all the seasons that came afterwards.
Not all of these sketches appear on the DVD, and "Best Of" tape.