Mooney and Ernie's favorite college drink was sloe gin and root beer.
Lucy performs her entry for Mooney, set to the songs "76 Trombones" and "Thanks For the Memories".
Mrs. Mooney's maiden name is Klottendorf.
Both Vivian and Mr. Mooney separately declare that Joan Crawford, "She's my all-time favorite!"
Lucille discovered Ken Berry in the 1950s in her Desilu Workshop. He is best known as Captain Wilton Parmenter on F-Troop, Sam Jones on Mayberry, R.F.D., and Vinton Harper on Mama's Family.
Cheapskate Mooney sends Viv a ticket to travel 3000 miles to come and nurse Lucy. It's a bus ticket!
Goof: Viv walks into the kitchen and there's the crashing sound of her falling through the linoleum floor. The sound effect was added too soon as her shadow reveals she's still walking nonchalantly across the room.
The bank's new Benny vault is 300 feet down. It's equipped with land mines, a guillotine, knife-throwing wild Indians, a pool filled with piranas and snapping turtles, Irving the gorilla, and a pit of quicksand.
Lucy is taking Biology, Spanish, History, English, and Math.
Lucy is named honorary valedictorian.
Goof: Lucy supposedly didn't graduate high school because of measles during the final exams, but in an earlier episode, she attended her college reunion.
Mr. Mooney fires Lucy for supposedly fouling up the account, then Mr. Cheever fires Mooney.
Mr. Cheever awards Mooney an extra week's salary as a bonus for the free publicity. Then, he orders Mooney to pay Lucy an extra week's salary out of it.
When Lucy "gives" Milton his salad, Ruta Lee cracks up so badly she's unable to do her lines. Lucy picks them up for her.
Homer carries his money around with him in cardboard boxes.
Lucy buys three steam irons because they were on sale.
The end credits credit the song "Main Street U.S.A." Music and Lyrics by Mel Torme.
Lucy tells the woman at the employment agency that her two children are away at school.
Lucy Carmichael lives at the Glenhall Apartments, 780 North Gower Street.
Lucy applies for a job at the "Unique Employment Agency." In her next series with Gale Gordon, Here's Lucy she worked at "Carter's Unique Employment Agency."