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After wrapping up the final scene, Lucy and Desi are in tears, realizing that with the end of the show, their twenty-year marriage would also be ending.
In this episode, it is stated that Ethel and Fred had been married for 25 years; their marriage duration was a discrepancy throughout the Lucy series.
Ethel's piano playing abilities seemed to vary greatly throughout the entire run of the Lucy series. In the first season of I Love Lucy, Ethel plays the piano rather well in "Breaking the Lease" and in "The Ballet." In the sixth season, however, Ethel confesses that her skills as a pianist are not very good in "Ragtime Band." In this episode, she plays like an accomplished jazz musician, but it's obvious that someone else is actually playing the music.
Lucy claims that she has always wanted--but never received--genuine pearls, yet during the second season of I Love Lucy ("The Anniversary Present"), Ricky got Lucy pearls for their anniversary.
The show at the end of the episode featured alcohol consumption and kissing--very adult themes for a PTA benefit.
In the original script, there was a scene where the Ricardos and Milton are chasing down the pages from Mr. Berle's manuscript that the wind blew all over Central Park. The scene was later cut from the script because of time constraints.