The musical automaton, Ali Rudy Vallée, is named after American actor, entertainer, bandleader and composer Rudy Vallée. A caricature of Vallée appeared in a Betty Boop cartoon entitled "Poor Cinderella".
The Milk can escape was one of Harry Houdini's most famous tricks. This trick is also considered one of the most dangerous ones as there are records of magicians who drowned trying to execute the trick.
After Sideshow Bob Roberts, this is the second episode that featured no chalkboard gag or couch gag in its original airing. However, unlike the former, this episode is missing the opening sequence altogether, with the credits that would normally appear on the TV appearing as subtitles during the first act.
This Episode is rated TV-14.
FOX Broadcasting Company said that this episode was running too long, so they decided to skip the whole opening sequence. Instead, it will begin with The Simpsons going peach farming, marking this as the 4th episode to not have the sequences, along with "Bart the General," "Life on the Fast Lane" and "Sideshow Bob Roberts."
According to Marge, they had to pay for the peaches they take home, so Homer could have left the peaches in the farm without having to pay for them.
When Lisa does the milk trick, Nelson is seen telling God, "God, if you don't bring my Lisa back safe, ants will burn tonight!!" This is from when they dated in "Lisa's Date with Density".
When Ewell takes the guitar to play it, the pegbox goes through his face.
When Lisa goes out of the bush, one bush has a different green tone.
When Marge lays again on the massage bed, her left arm becomes of a dark yellow tone.
When Bart walks on the corner, Dolph doesn't have his fringe on. But then he has on.
When Raymondo opens the sarcophagus, the pommuls of the swords cannot be seen.
After Lisa says "Looks like there's magic between you two", look at the picture and you'll see that Raymondo and his wife doesn't have pupils.
It's unknown why Marge doesn't say something after Lisa and Bart throw away the peaches. Although it could be that she grounded them offscreen.
In one scene, Allison Taylor has blue hair.
Raymondo's TV turns on it with a RC the first time. But when he turns off later, he does it with a magic wand.
When Raymondo turns off the TV, he turns off with a magic wand he has. But in another scene of him, the wand is gone.