Every time Maxwell Sheffield's line in the beginning about Fran being stupid is quoted, his words are twisted and mixed up.
(Yetta enters the house with a policeman)
Maxwell: Yetta, what happened?
Policeman: We found her wandering around on Queen's Boulevard. She says she lives here.
Yetta: Play along, it's cheaper than a cab.
Maxwell: Officer, thank goodness you're here. Look, our nanny is missing. She stormed out of the house this morning and we haven't seen her since.
Yetta: She got upset when he called her a gorgeous, sexy vixen he couldn't live without.
Maxwell: I never said that!
Yetta: Don't you wish you had?
People who appeared on the scenes from other episodes were not credited.
Although this episode had some original scenes, it was mainly a clipshow from the best The Nanny moments.
The title of this episode is a refernce to the children's game TV show Where's Waldo?.
Maggie: I'd like to live long enough to see if Ross and Rachel actually get together.
This is a clear reference to the NBC mega-hit Friends and the whole Ross-Rachel situation.