- Table read date: April 15, 2016.
- Unusually, this episode has a lower production code (6ASA21) than "Bob Actually" (6ASA22), which was the 2017 Valentine's Day-themed episode and had its table read before the latter. Valentine's Day occurs earlier in a calendar year than Easter.
- This was the last episode to air from the 6ASA production season.
- First episode where no voice actors are credited under "also starring." Apart from the main cast, Kevin Kline is the only other voice actor featured in this episode. Kline is always credited under "special guest star."
- The Store Next Door for this episode is Lin-Manuel's Verandas Patio Furniture", referring to Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda. Soon after the first broadcast of this episode on April 2, 2017, Miranda changed his Twitter background to a shot of the store from this episode.
- A clip from this episode was screened at the show's live table read and Q&A at PaleyFest LA on March 24, 2017.
- The crawl space in the property is seen for the third time in the series, it was previously seen in "Crawl Space" and "Late Afternoon in the Garden of Bob & Louise."
- The brand of jellybean-flavored schnapps that Bob and Linda drink in this episode is Molyneux, a reference to Lizzie and Wendy Molyneux, the writers of this episode.
- The DVD of Bachelor Party from "The Grand Mama-pest Hotel" is one of the DVDs shown strewn out on the floor in the apartment.
- Sensational Gardens by Kelly Ripa is not a real-life fragrance. Gardens being in the name of the fragrance is a likely reference to her being from New Jersey, known as The Garden State.
- Louise is seen using her Abumi-Guchi grabber to retrieve an egg, first seen in "The Cook, the Steve, the Gayle & Her Lover."
- Gene names his pet turkey sandwich Steve Turkel, a reference to the character Steve Urkel played by Jaleel White in the sitcom Family Matters.
- The song the family play on the radio to get Big Baby Pudding Snatcher out of the crawl space is "Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco.
- The song playing over the End Credits Sequence is a cover of Randy Crawford's "Street Life."
- A total of 1.516 million households watched this episode, the lowest number of viewers for an episode in Season 7 and the entire series.
- In several shots of Bob's left side when he is wearing the jumpsuit, only the TG part of the TGIB sewing is visible.
- Teddy only appears to give the Belchers five masks (one for each), Gene, however, is shown wearing two more on his head when they are searching the living room.