Beginning with this episode, there is no commercial break between the first pricing game and the second One Bid.
In the pricing game Pathfinder, the last digit of the car for which the game is played is not on the edge of the board. It is believed that this is the first time this has happened in the game's 22-year history.
In this episode, all six pricing games were lost.
This is a special April Fools Day episode.
Members of the Los Angeles Dodgers appear during the third One Bid and during the second Showcase. They include James Lodi, James McDonald, Russell Martin, Delwyn Young, Mark Loretta, Bobby Castillo, Kenny Landreaux, and Lou Johnson.
Model Brandi Sherwood makes her final appearance in this episode.
In this episode, every pricing game was lost.
This is R. Brian DiPirro's (known as Rich DiPirro) first episode as director.
This is Bart Eskander's final episode as director.
It is announced in this episode that Brandi Sherwood is pregnant.
This is a special Valentine's Day episode in which all of the contestants are couples as opposed to individual persons.
This is Tamiko Nash's final episode.
Professional golfer Tasha Brower appears to model golf equipment and to perform the "inspiration putt" in Hole in One.
Pricing game Clearance Sale makes its final appearance in this episode.
Pricing games played:
1. Punch a Bunch
2. Lucky $even
3. Most Expensive
4. Hi Lo
5. Cover Up
6. Side by Side
Contestant Terry Kniess had a perfect bid on his showcase. This is the second time this has happened in the show's history. The same contestant also bid perfectly on the One Bid that allowed him to play a pricing game.
Charles Alamo and Michael Gavin from the Los Angeles Galaxy Major League Soccer team model soccer equipment for the final One Bid.
Gabrielle Tuite and Phire Dawson make their final appearances in this episode.
Prior to the playing of Pl!nko!, the board had been rigged for a promotional spot to force every chip to land in the $10,000 slot. The contestant hit that slot three consecutive times before the error was noticed, and the sequence had to be re-shot. The contestant was allowed to keep the $30,000 she had won on the rigged board (not televised).
This episode is the last aired to feature the light border during the opening sequence.