For a brief moment during the Swedish Chef's cake sketch, you can hear Richard Hunt laughing.
After the Swedish Chef smashes the cake, you can see the circular hole in the table for Richard Hunt's hand
Rowlf's poem was written by the staff.
This is the first time Statler appears backstage.
This is the only episode this season to open without Kermit in front of the red curtain.
How did Statler and Woldorf manage to see Valerie Harper's backstage performance from their theatre box?
This episode was taped from 10/26-28/1976.
Debut: A guest star number done backstage.
"Tit Willow" is the UK spot. It was written by Gilbert and Sullivan for the operetta, The Mikado.
This is only one of two "At the Dance" segments in the first season where George and Mildred don't dance together. Dr. Teeth dances with Mildred while George is paired with Zelda Rose.
Fozzie's joke: Hey, did you know that if Tuesday Weld married Frederick March's grandson, she'd be Tuesday March the Second!
Gonzo's gong: Gonzo raises a very heavy mallet to hit the gong, but overbalances and hits himself with the mallet.
First Time For: Miss Piggy & Scooter not having any lines.
Valerie Harper is probably best known to TV viewers as Rhoda Morgenstern, best friend of Mary Richards on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."
"Nobody Does it Like Me" was written by Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields for the musical Seesaw.
"On a Clear Day" was written by Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane for the musical On A Clear Day You Can See Forever.
"Broadway Baby" was written by Stephen Sondheim for the musical, Follies.
"Searchin'" was written by Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller.