When the Stooges crash their bicycle outside of the Rumsford home, one of their top hats flies away as they tip over. In the next shot, as the Stooges pull themselves up from the wreck, they all have their top hats.
A film cut is visible after Curly pulls on the phone wire.
When Curly has a board resting on his head, his hat is on correctly. In the next shot, it is askew.
The food stains on Moe's face change several times during the pie fight.
The Countess (Ann Doran) breaks character and briefly laughs when Curly shaves the side of her face with his razor.
The Countess: The king shall hear of this!
(Curly looks at the tamale on his plate.)
Curly: What a funny thing! You can't tell whether it's coming or going.
The Countess: I beg your pardon!
Curly: You don't have to apologize. You can't help it if you're crazy.
Sherry: Hors d'oeuvres?
Curly: (sneezing) No! Hay fever!
Rumsford: Now let me tell you a little bit about Sherry.
Moe: Oh, don't bother. I'll take scotch.
Larry: Make mine rye!
Curly: I'll take gin smothered in bourbon!
Sherry: Come gentlemen! The last one in is a Republican!
Moe: We'll be there in a flash in the flesh!
Moe: Remind me to tear out your Adam's apple!
Curly: I'll make a note of it.
Rumsford: Any word from Mrs. Rumsford?
Williams: Not a word, sir! I'm terribly upset!
Rumsford: You're upset? What about me? She invites all these people to her birthday party and then runs out on them!
Williams: She always does that, sir! She'll probably be back in a day or two.
(Moe is fed up with Curly's childish antics.)
Moe: Why don't you get a toupee with some brains it?
Curly: I'm just crazy about Spanish food...especially corned beef and cabbage!
Curly: Now listen Doc, I'm troubled with T.S.!
Moe: What do you mean, T.S.?
Curly: Two stomachs!
(The Stooges examine the switchboard that they are supposed to repair.)
Moe: How's it coming?
Larry: Not so good.
(Curly puts a stethoscope against the switchboard.)
Curly: Say aah!
This episode's working title was "Three Sloppy People".
Running time: 17 minutes 17 seconds
While filming the pastry fight, Lorna Gray(Sherry Rumford), had to be treated on-set for choking after one flew straight down her throat.
The "burned toast and rotten egg" joke is taken almost word-for-word from the Stooges' earlier film Punch Drunks (1934).