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  • This episode brings up the question of exactly how many children Francine has. During the spring-break party Roger splashed a bucket of water on Francine giving her a rank of 4 out of 10 in the wet T-shirt contest. He remarked that she should not be ashamed for she did have three children. Francine immediately corrected Roger causing a possible contradiction as she said that she only had two children. However, she did indeed gave birth to a third child called Libby in "Surro-Gate" although she did not provide Libby's egg. It would also be revealed later in "White Rice" of a possible son named Bailey.
  • Mr. Aids who ran a hotcake kiosk in "Finances With Wolves" is seen running a push-cart stand.
  • This episode shows for the third time the dark, demented side to Barry where he said aloud that he would kill a girl with a bottle, after his fellow friends remarked how they had plans to get laid by the drunken college girls.
  • Carmen Selectra is a parody of Carmen Electra, who actually guest starred in the pilot episode as the voice of Lisa Silver. Electra didn't voice Carmen Selectra in this episode. In fact, one of the party-goers wonders if people meant to say "Electra" instead of "Selectra."
  • The songs "Fly" by Sugar Ray and "Let's Get It Started" by The Black Eyed Peas were used in the episode.
  • This is the last episode featuring the newspaper headline gags seen in the opening sequence.
  • Leisha Hailey who plays Jessica also played Lily in "Surro-Gate".
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