- Table read date: June 10, 2016.
- The title and script cover is a reference to the 1986 movie Labyrinth, starring David Bowie.
- This is the second episode in the series to have the word 'laser' in the title of an episode, the first being "Mother Daughter Laser Razor" in Season 3.
- Actor Casey Affleck attended the table read for this episode with his son Atticus and one of Atticus's friends. Affleck, however, does not voice a character.
- At EWPopFest 2016 on October 30, 2016, the main cast minus H. Jon Benjamin and Eugene Mirman held a live table read of the sub-plot of this episode. Also taking part were Drew Droege filling in for Todd Barry as Andrew the Special Girl restaurant waiter and Loren Bouchard narrating and covering for Melissa Bardin Galsky as the Special Girl restaurant hostess.
- This episode didn't air in Canada as it did in the United States on April 23, 2017, at 8:00 PM as City TV screen NBC's Little Big Shots in the 8:00 PM timeslot. It later premiered in Canada on May 28, 2017.
- This is the first episode in Season 7 not to have any scenes set in the restaurant or any Burgers of the Day. The previous episode not to feature any Burgers of the Day was "Sacred Couch."
- Zentipede's logo, as seen on the album cover for General Inzanity, strongly resembles that of British heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
- The planetarium is located opposite the Museum of Natural History which was the main setting for "Carpe Museum." The planetarium didn't appear at all in "Carpe Museum", a larger parking lot and green area appeared instead.
- Larry Murphy is credited for voicing Teddy in this episode, but Teddy doesn't appear. Murphy, however, voices Gretchen in this episode.
- Special Girl dolls are a parody of American Girl dolls and the store is a clear replication of their retail stores.
- Unlike the human characters on Bob's Burgers, the Special Girl dolls' pupils are colored.
- Bob celebrates his birthday in this episode making him the third Belcher family member to do so after Tina in "Sheesh! Cab, Bob?" and Linda in "Eat, Spray, Linda." Bob's 40th and an unspecified birthday were additionally shown being celebrated in flashbacks in "Human Flesh" and "Father of the Bob", respectively.
- The dumpster around the back of the planetarium has discarded model of the former planet, Pluto. Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet in 2006.
- A total of 1.88 million households watched this episode, up 0.3 million on "Zero LARP Thirty" which aired immediately before it.
- The General Inzanity rock opera was inspired by the Styx album Kilroy Was Here, according to a tweet from Loren Bouchard.
- Bob's snap bracelet disappears after he and Gene start running around the back of the planetarium and doesn't appear again.
- When Gretchen and Louise leave the table in the restaurant, The contents of Tina's water glass are colored orange making it look like orange juice or orange soda.
- The packaged Sabrina doll that Louise chooses to be the decoy Francine has lighter brown hair than the other Sabrina's when she picks it up from the display.
- ↑ https://www.instagram.com/p/BGfJfLsogZs/?taken-by=bentoboxent&hl=en
- ↑ http://www.ew.com/article/2016/10/30/bobs-burgers-live-read-popfest?xid=entertainment-weekly_socialflow_twitter
- ↑ http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/daily-ratings/sunday-final-ratings-april-23-2017/
- ↑ https://twitter.com/lorenbouchard/status/956790961765416960