- The working title for this episode was "Bob After Dark", according to the copyright catalog. This is the second episode known to have a working title, the first being "Sexy Dance Fighting" having a title of "Capoeira."
- Tina celebrates her 13th birthday in this episode making her the first member of the Belcher family to do so. Even though Bob's 40th birthday appears in a flashback in the premiere "Human Flesh."
- On the closed captioning for this episode, the lyrics to Bobby Womack's "Across 110th Street" are displayed instead of the lyrics for "Lifting Up the Skirt of the Night". "Across 110th Street" was used as a placeholder earlier in production and the captions were likely taken before "Lifting Up the Skirt of the Night" was completed. A music video for the song was directed and uploaded to YouTube by writer Scott Jacobson featuring H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts, Glitter's voice actor Steve Agee, and Samantha Shelton.
- The name of the porn theater seen is The Longwood, movies being shown are Plump Friction (a parody of Pulp Fiction and Dong Day Afternoon (a parody of Dog Day Afternoon).
- First episode where Bob is seen without his mustache. Tina is also seen without her glasses for the first time.
- Jimmy Pesto, Jimmy Pesto, Jr., Calvin Fischoeder, and Trev all make their first broadcast appearances in this episode rather than in "Burger War" which was produced first. The interior of Jimmy Pesto's Pizzeria is also shown for the first time. Marshmallow makes her first appearance in both broadcast and production order.
- First episode since his introduction in "Crawl Space" not to feature Teddy.
- Bob's first taxi customer who vomits upon entering the car is the same man who orders the Child Molester Burger in "Human Flesh."
- The bus Bob passes during "Lifting Up the Skirt of the Night" is the 42 headed to Ocean Avenue, the street where the restaurant is located.
- The scene where Tina and Jimmy Jr. kiss is a reference to Sixteen Candles. Tina is dressed like Molly Ringwald's character and the song from the original scene, "If You Were Here" by Thompson Twins, plays. Making it the first appearance of licensed music in an episode of Bob's Burgers.
- This is the only episode that fades to black before the credits. Possibly a reference to Sixteen Candles which also ends that way.
- This is the only episode where Calvin Fischoeder's eye patch is black. Possibly because he is meeting Bob discreetly though he is wearing his other articles of white clothing.
- A total of 4.91 million households watched this episode.
- The episode received positive reviews from critics.
- Bob's taxi number is different when he invites Glitter, Marbles and Cha-Cha to Tina's party.
- When Jimmy Jr. is shown walking away from Tina, his vest is colored as it appears reflected in Tina's glasses and as it appears later through the glass of Jimmy Pesto's Pizzeria.
- Bob's apron pocket is missing when he returns after "Lifting up the Skirt of the Night" plays.
- When Louise asks Marshmallow about her name, Louise's skin color appears lighter.
- Mort's name is not all in capitals on the end credits, just the initial letter.