Mr. Mooney's cat is named Cleo.
Bob Crane knows the work of Iron Man Carmichael, having seen him in the movie Bad Day at Laredo.
Lucy lives at the Glenhall Apartments.
The tickets to the charity ball cost $100 each.
Dean sings "Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime".
It cost $144 to ship Lucy's movie magazine collection from Danfield to Hollywood. Among her mags are seen posters for The Overland Express starring Buck Jones, Suspicion starring Cary Grant, and Radio City Revels with Ann Miller.
Lucy manages to get Mr. Mooney arrested for selling maps without a permit, and thrown into a sidewalk of wet cement.
The fake stars, mixed among the real ones, are movie heartthrob Road Block, film composer Dimitri Orloff, and, from the movie Love in the Jungle, sex symbol Mimi Van Tysen and her co-star Coconuts Mulligan, a gorilla (actually George Barrows in his gorilla suit).
The school Mickey Rooney wants to buy is the Players Showcase.
Goof: When Lucy climbs onto the stilts to reach the handballs, the camera pulls far out, clearly displaying the boom mike's shadow across the empty wall.
Lucy moonlights at Stacey's Department store in the Westland Shopping Center.
The sign on the set of his TV program says The Art Linkletter Show though he refers to it as the House Party, which was the name of his long-running daytime program.
Linkletter offers Mr. Mooney $200 if he can keep from losing his temper with Lucy for 24 hours. Mooney lasts less than 30 seconds.
Goof: When the policeman is chasing "The Fugitive" through Lucy's apartment, the camera pans too high and we see one of the studio lights above the set.
For her rain dance, Lucy does The Charleston.
Mooney's secret getaway is the Tumbleweed Inn in Indian Rock.
Nelson, Mr. Mooney's dog, is a black and white sheepdog.
Mr. Mooney invests $10,000 of his own money in Wayne's recording session.
Wayne performs "Side By Side", "You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You", and an ode to his bovine, "Bessie the Heifer".
When Lucy first recognized Berle as someone famous, she thinks he's Jackie Gleason.