Lucy auditions for the quartet by singing "Be My Little Baby Bumblebee".
The Four Alarms sing "By the Light of the Silvery Moon" in the contest.
They name their caramel corn "Crazy Crunch".
The restaurant all four end up at is the Pink Pheasant.
When arguing over movies, Eddie wants to see Ben Hur, Viv wants What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, Lucy wants to see "the Cary Grant picture", and Harry wants Two For the Seesaw.
Chris' high school team is the Danfield Bears.
The newspapers have to be transported to the town of Brewster, which is 23 miles away from Danfield.
A surf rock version of the show's theme is play during the episode's opening crew credits (following the show's regular animated opening).
Lucy and Viv sing the Four Season's hit "Big Girls Don't Cry."
Sherman and Jerry play for the Tigers.
The coach runs a hardware store; the umpire is an eye doctor.
"Take Me Out to the Ballgame" is played during the episode's opening crew credits.
Goof: In the closing cast credit, Lyle Talbot's character's name is given as "Mr. Stanford." It's actually Mr. Sanford. His "son's" name is correctly spelled "Sanford."
Goof: In a closeup of Lucy floating with the balloons against a light blue sky, you can see where the wire attaches to the harness she's wearing.
The pony's name is Dimples.
At the beginning of the dog act, the pink balloon that Viv accidentally released earlier in the episode drifts back down to the ground.
Lucy and Viv make a profit of $5 each from their first party.
The ladies borrow uniforms from the Danfield High School's baseball team. Lucy's pants are so over-sized, he has to use the rope from her bathrobe to keep keep them up.
The Danfield Chamber of Commerce is giving every member of the winning team "a shiny new axe."
Out of 100 balls on the batting machine, Lucy hit 1 and Viv hit 2.