On The Next Arrested Development Gag: Lindsay finds herself strangely compelled to be with Tobias, but not the one she’s married to; having finally had sex, G.O.B. can admit that he never consummated their marriage, but then G.O.B. caught a lucky break, but it didn’t last long; and Maeby impresses the kids at the Promise Land with her one scary campfire story.
This episode received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series in 2005.
Burger King, a sponsor of the show, is "subtly" referenced during the episode.
This is the first appearance of Carl Weathers since "Marta Complex
" and this episode marks his final appearance on the series.
Barry: You don't want to go in front of that judge. I caught him in a drag club.
G.O.B.: What were you doing there?
Barry: Wow, you should be the lawyer.
Michael: You know, if that hand is still intact inside the seal, Buster's got a shot at a transplant.
G.O.B.: At the very least, we can get Buster's Swatch back, right?
Buster: Can I open a can of soup for you?
George Michael: Can it open a can?
Buster: Can what open a can? Oh, God.
George Michael: Oh, God.
Maeby: Do you guys know where I can get one of those gold necklaces with a "T" on it?
Michael: That's a cross.
Maeby: Across from where?
Barry Zuckercorn (Henry Winkler) jumping over the dead shark on the pier.
This is a reference to Henry Winkler's character on Happy Days
jumping over a shark on water skis, marking when the show lost all relevance. This later turned into the popular "jumping the shark" phrase used to describe TV shows that have reached their end.
The license plate Tobias holds up that reads "DR HOUSE" is a reference to the FOX drama House
The "legally obligated" differentation between Motherboy the band and Motherboy the dance is a reference to the band Arrested Development suing the series over use of the name Arrested Development.