Joe throws away the long darts before he falls from the bull, but he is suddenly holding them again in the next shot. The darts vanish again in the following shot.
When the camera shows Joe with his face covered in eggs, his mouth isn't moving, but his crying is still heard.
In some scenes of Joe riding the wild bull, stock footage of Curly from What's the Matador? is used. This is made even more obvious by the fact that Curly yelling "Woo woo woo!" can still be heard.
The scenes of Larry and Moe talking in Larry's office are stock footage from He Cooked His Goose (1952). However, when Joe must interact with Larry in the same setting, new footage had to be filmed. It is easy to tell the two apart because the picture on the wall above Larry's filing cabinet changes and the one hanging behind his desk disappears.
In the original He Cooked His Goose, Mary Ainslee played the part of Belle. Ainslee did not reprise her role for this film, so the new footage of Belle is played by Connie Cezan.
When Moe shoots at Joe up the chimney, you can hear Shemp Howard's yell from He Cooked His Goose. In a cost-saving measure, Joe Besser's voice was not dubbed over Shemp's for authenticity.
In the beginning of the episode, when Millie says "I have a date with Joe", you cansee her mouth saying "Shemp" instead of Joe. Joe's name was dubbed over.
Joe's reference to his friend Felix, who mailed him the trick cigar, is most likely a jab at Felix Adler, the writer of this and countless other Stooges shorts.
As Jos sits on the oil well and plugs it up, Moe and Larry shake hands and stop. When the camera cuts to the shot of the oil geyser shooting back into the air, Moe and Larry are shaking hands and stop again.
When Joe says "That was better than the first thought!", his mouth isn't moving correctly.
When Joe is supposed to say "He steals from everybody.", he flubs this line and pauses awkwardly until Moe finally says it for him.
When Moe yells "Why, you imbecile, you wrecked my pajamas!", his mouth isn't moving.
Billy Engle, who has a small role as the short man at the party, also appeared with the Stooges in Uncivil Warriors (1935), one of their earliest films.
The model pictured in the Facts and Figures magazine is a photo of actress Arline Hunter.
As Larry is running off with the wheelbarrow full of money, Moe begins to chase him, but stumbles and nearly falls over Mr. Barton's microphone cord. Mr. Barton (Emil Sitka) manages to overcome his surprise and adlib a quick "Sorry, folks."
When Larry and Ma are talking about the TV dinner coupon, Larry has the coupon in his hand. In the next shot, Larry has the whole TV dinner box with the coupon still attached.
When Moe says "Hey Larry, look at this.", his mouth doesn't move.
When Tiny lifts up the pail after milking the cow and starts to dance, the "milk" appears to be some sort of solid white liner.
Each of the Stooges plays a dual role in this film.
It is quite obvious that Prof. Sedlitz will be hit with a pie during the ending fight because he quickly takes off his glasses moments before the pie splatters in his face. Since he had no reason to remove them, it is obviously a gag set-up.
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