This is the last appearance of Adam Brody (Dave Rygalski).
Ben Falcone, who guest stars as Mr. Brink, the executer of Fran Weston's will, is married to series star Melissa McCarthy (Sookie) in real life.
Luke: (to Jimmy) Let me plant this little thought in your head. You do or say anything to upset Jess and make it harder for me to keep him on the right path, I'm gonna put your head through a wall. Any wall, you can pick the wall, but it's gonna be a wall, okay.
Dave: I stayed up all night. I read the entire Bible cover to cover. I don't know what it means.
Mrs. Kim: David --
Dave: You have to tell me what it means. Is it "yes?" Is it "no?" I can't feel my right elbow any more. I don't even know why, but I ... I can't.
Mrs. Kim: David!
Dave: Please. Just tell me. I'm so tired.
Mrs. Kim: It's not from the Bible.
Mrs. Kim: It's Shakespeare. Henry VI. I like to goof off now and then too, you know.
Mrs. Kim: That is a very difficult thing to do, reading the Bible in one night. I myself have only done it three times. You need great determination and excellent light. I'm very impressed.
(Dave looks shocked)
Mrs. Kim: All right.
Dave: All right what?
Mrs. Kim: You can go to the prom, but you can not get married.
Luke: Do you have any idea how much damage you caused?
Jess: Dean caused it too.
Luke: Are you trying to kill me?
Jess: Nope, it'll just be a perk.
Caesar: No ham.
Jess: There's a woman back there who's been asking for ham for the last 20 minutes. If I go back there empty handed, there's a 50/50 chance that she'll eat me.
Caesar: No ham.
Jess: Then sew some bacon together because that woman is getting ham.
Dave: (to Mrs. Kim) I don't smoke, I don't drink, I've never gotten a ticket. I'm healthy. I take care of myself. I floss. I never watch more than thirty minutes of television a night, partly because I think it's a waste of time and partly because there's nothing on. I respect my parents. I do well in school. I never play videogames in case they do someday prove that playing them can turn you into a serial killer. I don't drink coffee. I hate soda because the carbonation freaks me out. I'm happy to give up meat if you feel strongly about it. I don't mind wearing a tie. I enjoy playing those hymns on my guitar. And I really, really want to take your daughter to the prom.
Rory: We have to go over the special graduation edition at the Franklin. And of course we're completely behind 'cause Paris can't let anything go to print unless she's proofed it a million times. Can you say 'Crazy, anal micro-manager'?
Lorelai: Not five times fast.
When Rory gets on the bus, she sits in the seat right next to Jess. But in the next shot, there is a seat between the two.
In "Nick & Nora/Sid & Nancy
" Luke says that Jimmy, Jess' father, left "two years ago", meaning Jess would have been 15. In this episode, Luke says that Jimmy left right after Jess was born.