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How can they be three generations of Fine women when Yetta is Sylvia's mother and Sylvia is only a Fine by marriage? Yetta's last name is Rosenberg
Fran references the song "Papa, Can You Hear Me?" from the movie Yentl.
Yetta said she came in a ship from Romania and met her future husband in America, but in the final episode she states that she spent her first wedding anniversary fleeing Poland.
In this episode Fran didn't know where Niles' room is. But she already once entered his room in the episode "The Facts of Lice".
Yetta dances to the opening theme song of a movie A Chorus Line from 1985.
In the scene where Niles and Fran are pretending to be C.C. and Maxwell in Maxwell's office, they call a woman on the phone, and she puts them on hold. When Maxwell comes in and catches them, they forget to hang up the phone, and Maxwell never notices it.
Niles asks Maxwell if his British accent really sounds fake. It is indeed a fake accent as Daniel Davis originates from Arkansas. It is however not an accent that easily comes off as fake. In fact many viewers from the UK wrote in criticizing Charles Shaughnessy for his "fake" accent and suggested he get help from Daniel Davis. The cast got a kick out of this because, as stated before, Daniel Davis' accent is the real fake one.
In this episode, Morty and Sylvia are supposed to be celebrating their 40th anniversary, but in Maggie's Boyfriend, Sylvia says to Fran, "In the 35 years I've been married to your father..." How did they suddenly add five years in only a few months?
At Val's donut shop, Fran whines that she's drowning her sorrows in jelly, but she's eating a chocolate glazed donut that's not jelly filled.
In this episode, Sylvia sings to Max, "though you're 43, Sonny Boy." Yet in 'That's Mid-life,' Max told Dr. Joyce Brothers he was 42, and in 'The Nose Knows,' he told the man in Dr. Miller's waiting room that he was 44. That would make him 46 now, not 43.
In this episode Fran presents Sammy as Yetta's boyfriend to Jocelyn, however in "Fair Weather Fran" Yetta announced that they were supposed to get married. It is however possible that the wedding had not occured prior to this episode.
Fran says to Yetta that her grandfather died in 1973, meaning he has been dead for 25 years. But in "Once a Secretary, Always a Secretary" she said he's been dead for 26 years.
After Maxwell rips the bottom of Fran's nightgown off, the bottom of the shortened skirt has a visible stitched hemline.
When it shows a birds-eye view of the island in the opening shot, all we see lying on the shore is Fran, but Maxwell is nowhere to be seen, even though he was lying right near her when she woke up
Max and Fran are supposed to be making love in their makeshift hut, but Max never takes his pants off.
Every time the romantic music plays to signify Max and Fran (and later the two chimps in the teaser) getting ready to make love, the closed caption says "Bolero plays," but the actual music playing is "Strangers In The Night."
Where was the rest of James' family during the reading of the will? Why didn't they explain why Nigel, Jocelyn, Max's mother, and James' wife Joan weren't there to hear what they might inherit? Max only mentions them to report that they're contesting the will, but shouldn't they have been in attendance? You'd think Max's mother would have shown up just to flaunt that she'd outlived him.
Fran Drescher (Fran Fine) and Ray Romano (Ray Barone) attended Hillcrest High School in real life.
Flushing, where Fran is from, is a part of Queens County which is on Long Island.
Ray Barone wouldn't have attended a public high school with Fran - he was raised on Long Island.