Tom and Diane's car leaves with the rest at the end of the episode. The natural assumption is that it is being driven by the police.
It is unknown how Mayor Adam West leaves the mansion at the end, as he arrived by parachute.
It is revealed Peter believes he has only been married for 14 years, where it's really 20.
When Consuela alerts the rest of the characters that James Woods' golden globe has been taken, she correctly refers to him as 'misser Woods' instead of 'misser James'.
Brian and Stewie tell Peter that they can't let Meg be part of their search party because they were going to figure out what to get him for his birthday. Peter's birthday would be celebrated a few episodes later, in "Baby, You Knock Me Out".
Upon arrival, Mort and Muriel are arguing over cheeseburgers. As Jews, they would normally not eat cheeseburgers due to the combination of milk and meat being non-kosher. However, not all Jews practice Jewish dietary laws.
In the flashback scene detailing Diane's relationship with James Woods, she wears a dress similar to Bonnie Swanson's when James is delivered to her hotel room via a room service cart.
Tom Tucker once auditioned for the role of Freddy Krueger in Nightmare on Elm Street.
While searching for Muriel Goldman throughout the mansion, Brian and Stewie play "Name That Tune", humming and singing the theme song to several television shows, including the CBS science fiction series Lost in Space, the CBS sitcom The Dick Van Dyke Show, and the ABC soap opera Dynasty.
The DVD extended cut of the episode reveals Jillian to be pregnant.
In reruns, the episode had the season 9 theme song sequence that begins most episodes, rather than the credits and title that ran while the family drove to the mansion when the episode first premiered. The new HD opening did not debut until "Excellence in Broadcasting", the following episode.