Lucy's grocery bag contains bottle brush, a can of baked beans, and a box of uncooked macaroni, and a deck of children's playing cards ("Who's in the Barnyard").
Viv and Lucy's car is nicknamed Grover.
Lucy and Viv both know Morse code.
The sponsor of the TV coverage is "Friendly Al, Used Car Dealer."
Eddie calls Viv by the pet name Tootsie.
Lucy makes mention of President Kennedy and his fitness program in the script; this episode aired Monday, November 18, 1963 (four days before the assassination); it must have been awkward in the initial repeat to hear that line so close in time to the event.
In this episode Viv says that Lucy doesn't smoke. In real life Lucille Ball was a smoker.
The volunteer women firefighters go to rookie training school for two weeks.
Danfield has an Armenia restaurant.
Jerry is staying in Wellington Hall at Longridge Academy.
Vivian went to college at Kansas State.
Goof: In a closeup of Vivian wrestling with the statue in the tower, you can clearly see where two sides of the "sky" meet, forming a corner.
Viv's fear of heights kicks in again. It first came up in the first season episode Lucy Puts Up a TV Antenna.
Lucy Carmichael's maiden name is Taylor. The next time the topic comes up, in season 5's Lucy and John Wayne, she says her maiden name is MacGillicuddy. This is the same maiden name Lucy Ricardo had on I Love Lucy.
Vivian talks in her sleep.
Lucy says Mr. Mooney used to live on a farm in Indiana.
Lucy switches with Audrey Simmons and Viv with Alice Banfield so they can work now as "Hospital Helpers" and corner Mr. Mooney in the hospital.
John spent only a dollar on his print of Mona Lisa.
Lucy spills her purse at the art store. The contents include a partially eaten sandwich from lunch, an apple, and a broken mousetrap.
Micheal J. Pollard was cast as Mooney's son because Eddie Applegate (who previously had played him) was now busy on The Patty Duke Show; Pollard was only used this one time.