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We learn that the license plate for Greg's Audi A8 is: 3ASB506
Kirsten asks Greg if that's his blue Audi outside. Then later, we see Greg driving the Audi, and it's black.
Why did Jimmy go to fight with Christine if in a previous episode he said he "takes a dive" when they fight?
In this episode, it is revealed that Logan's real name according to his birth certificate is actually Lobo. Jimmy mentions that Lobo is what he thought Christine wanted to name him after Logan's delivery. Obviously, Jimmy misunderstood.
Greg tells Kim that JAG has been on for nine years. JAG had actually been on for eight years when this was shot/aired.
At the end of this episode you can hear someone state their name and location: "David Schwartz Cleveland"
The marquee of the movie theater Kim and Greg go to is out-of-date, listing The Thomas Crown Affair, American Pie, and Mickey Blue Eyes, all movies that were new in theaters three years before the airing of this episode.
Jimmy says that Logan is growing so fast it seems like every couple of months he's a completely different kid. This is of course a reference to the number of actors playing Logan.
When Jimmy and Christine make the fake videos of Logan, at the bottom right corner, the date says 2002 and stays 2002. Apparently, Logan celebrated two birthdays in 2002.
When Christine and Jimmy recreate their son's 2nd birthday party, they use a "Joe" figure on the Blue's Clues birthday cake. Their mistake is that "Joe" didn't replace "Steve" as the host of Blue's Clues until after their son turned two.
In this episode Jimmy says his dog's name was Charlie, but in "Worst in Show," his dog was named Happy.
The ending sequence in this episode between Greg and Alan is the same as the ending sequence in "You're Out....Of Dreams" between Greg and Bernice.
Billy Gardell wears a #87 Pittsburgh Steelers Mark Bruener jersey. Gardell is from Pittsburgh in real life.
We learn Greg's full name is Gregory Thomas Warner.
In this episode, it's established that Sam is allergic to peanuts and could die from eating them, as Greg has to tell Tom when he tries to offer the kid peanut brittle. Yet, in "Jimmy Gets a Job," it's Greg who nearly kills another child when he gives him peanut cookies. If his own son could die from eating peanuts, why would Greg have tempting peanut treats in his house?
Jimmy does not recognize Kim's costume even after she tells him that she is Jeannie, yet a few seconds later when she leaves, he refers to her as "I Dream of Jeannie" despite that fact that nobody told him the name of the show.
The teaser isn't consistent with what we've previously seen (or would see afterwards), since Greg has been otherwise shown wearing underwear to bed. Plus, when Anthony Clark takes his pants off behind the counter, you can plainly see he is wearing underwear.
In the store, when Sammy picks underwear, they refer to it as Snow White, but it's actually Hunchback of Notre Dame that he picks. When they get home, it's Snow White that they bought.
In this episode we learn Jimmy's boyhood dog is Happy, yet in "Kim's New Nanny," it was said to be Charlie.
Greg tells Kim he will pick up Thai food on the way home and they will play cards that evening. He comes home with no food at all (he doesn't find out Kim is at the bar until after he comes home) and even asks Christine if she made dinner.