- A total of 4.87 million households watched this episode.
- The episode received positive reviews from critics.
- The show Linda sees at Off-Ramp Broadway is Pirates of Panache, a parody of Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance.
- First episode where writers Holly Schlesinger and Wendy Molyneux each voice a character. Schlesinger voices Barbara and Molyneux voices Barbara's friend.
- During the rehearsal and first night of Dreamatorium, the Burger of the Day board says "MURDER". During the second performance, an actual burger of the day appears, and on the final night it says, "Dreamatorium – final performance."
- First appearances of Officers Julia and Cliffany.
- The two women that Linda sits between at dinner theatre both attend the opening night of Dreamatorium together. The Caucasian one is believed by some to be Linda's friend Ginger as she looks similar to how a younger Ginger appeared from behind in "Sliding Bobs."
- Large Tommy, Normal Sized Jenny and Tiny Peter all have their only speaking parts in this episode.
- Even though the robber is apprehended, he can be seen in later episodes in crowd scenes such as "Lobsterfest" and "The Deepening."
- Tina is established to have stage fright. Dan Mintz, Tina's voice actor, has stage fright in real-life. However, Tina overcomes her fear and performs more confidently in later episodes.
- When Gene says "When in walked a man with a gun in his hand, and he was looking for you know who" is referencing the song "Gimme Three Steps" by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Those exact lyrics are used in the song.
- When Louise is hawking the last two tickets to a crowd on the last night of the show, amongst the crowd are the lady from the Adventurous Eaters Club from Human Flesh and the John that Bob brings to the transvestite sex workers he befriends in the next episode, Sheesh! Cab, Bob?
- The prop corpse in the file cabinet's feet have an additional toe on each foot like an anatomically correct human rather than the other characters in the show who all have one less finger and toe.