The woman in the store says the title, "Is There a Mrs.Waffles?"
We learn that despite being a musician, Charlie has severe stage fright.
When Charlie's CD commercial ends, he exictedly notices that Dharma & Greg is coming on, a nod to it being the first series co-created by Two and a Half Men co-creator Chuck Lorre.
Alan: (to Berta) I just don't understand what kind of spiteful god could allow my drunken whoremonger of a brother to become a children's singing star while I toil away in poverty-stricken anonymity.
Charlie: Hey, Alan, guess what?
Alan: There is no God?
Alan: (surprised look) They love him! How can they love him?
Artie: Who cares, we're gonna make a fortune.
Alan: Doesn't it bother you that he's loaded?
Artie: (shrugs) He's a musician. It'd bother me if he wasn't.
Charlie: What do you think?
Alan: I'm going back to bed.
Charlie: What about you?
Jake: You couldn't have TiVo'd this?
Charlie: Hey, Charlie Waffles may love kids, but he's getting pretty sick of you.
(Charlie Waffles music plays)
Berta: Pretty catchy, huh?
Alan: So's gonorrhea.
Berta: Drinking from the well of bitterness are we?
Charlie: It's show business, Alan. You don't tell people the truth.
Artie: This guy is a phenomenon. The label has already moved a 100,000 units in two weeks. The Wiggles can kiss my pasty white tushie.
Alan: I'm sorry, who are you?
Artie: Oh, I'm Artie Pliskin, president and CEO of Fluffy Bunny Records. And you are?
Alan: Alan, Charlie's brother.
Artie: Oh, you're the sponge!
Charlie: You ever wonder why I never played in a band?
Alan: I just figured you were already getting laid so much, being in a rock band would seem redundant.
The German episode title is "Wer liebt die Kinder?", meaning "Who Loves Children?". The French title is "Ma brillante carrière", meaning "My Brilliant Career". The Italian title is "Grandi successi", meaning "Big Success". The Spanish title is "¿Está casado Charlie Gofres?", meaning "Is Charlie Waffles Married?".
International Airdates: Slovakia: January 22, 2010 on Markiza
This episode was part of the show's Emmy Awards 'For Your Consideration' DVD for this season. Bruce Peters, Kathy Oldham, Charlie McDaniel, and Bob La Masney were nominated for Emmys in the Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (half-hour) And Animation category for their work on this episode.
John Shaffner was nominated for an Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design Award in the Television - Multi-Camera Television Series category for his work on this episode.
Charlie Sheen and Richard Kind previously appeared together on Spin City.