Lucy's contact lenses, which she gets from Dr. Kaufman, will cost her $200.
The episode's end credits include "Nelson as Mooney's Dog."
The tame bear is named Brownie.
Lucy and Viv live at 132 Post Road.
The license plate on Viv's car reads 9P-7427.
The stove in the camp kitchen was made in 1903.
At least on the official 3rd Season DVD, the music heard on the portable radio is definitely not The Beatles.
At the start of the show Viv states she is not wearing any makeup, but it's obvious that actress Vivian Vance is wearing both eye makeup and lipstick.
The two boarders claim they're in Danfield for the nearby 1964 World's Fair held in New York City.
Lucy's pet name for Vinnie was "Drippy".
In his younger days, Mr. Mooney was a ski instructor at Lake Placid.
Lucy's highest scoring game, out of 17 she bowled with Bill, was 11.
So that the host won't recognize her from her previous show-destroying appearance, Lucy passes herself off as a dark-haired Italian floozy named Lucrecia Carmucci.
The name of the TV program Lucy and Harry Tuttle appear on is The Talent Discoverer's Show.
Lucy tells Walter that she wears size 5 1/2 shoes. Viv is quick to remind Lucy she wears an 8.
Viv has won the Danfield Tribune's pie making contest five years running.
Richard Keith, aka Little Ricky Ricardo from I Love Lucy, is listed in the end credits as "Little Boy." His appearance on camera is about one second. At the train station, Lucy walks out the front doors to see if Mooney's car is parked in the lot. As she's passing out the doors, a young boy walks in with his mother. That's him!
Mooney's wife Irma misses the ship because she had to buy one last sundress.
Mr. and Mrs. Mooney's cruise is for six weeks and the ship doesn't make its first port for 28 days.
Lucy is hired as a secretary by the Danfield Attorney Service.