Bob Odenkirk's love interest in this film is played by Amber Tamblyn, the wife of Odenkirk's long time friend and collaborator, David Cross. Odenkirk and Cross have worked together on "Mr. Show with Bob and David," "The Ben Stiller Show," "Run Ronnie Run," "Arrested Development," "W/ Bob and David," and other projects.

Bob Odenkirk and Steven Michael Quezada both co-starred in Breaking Bad.

In the scene outside of the school, Buddy uses the phrase "follow the money" and claims the he "saw it in a movie once". This come from the 1976 film "All the President's men" about reporters who broke the Watergate scandal.

Bob Odenkirk and Amber Tamblyn are 21 years apart in age. A similar age gap (19 years) exists between Tamblyn and her real-life husband David Cross.

Bob Odenkirk and Ed Begley Jr. appeared opposite each other in 'Better Call Saul'

Stacy Keach's character parallels John Houston's character in Chinatown making this a Chinatown with laughs.

When Raymond (Bob Odenkirk) meets Mr. Gundy (Stacy Keach) who owns AAAAA Greetings. Mr. Gundy makes a refrence to "Prison break". Stacy Keach who plays the warden in fox river, call Raymond by his last name, Mr. Wentworth. Wenthworth Miller is the lead actor of "Prison Break".

When Ray is talking with Gundy at his dinner table, Gundy sits down to a plate of liver, beans, and wine. This is a reference to Hannibal Lecter in Silence of the Lambs, who "ate his liver with some Fava beans and a nice bottle of Chiante," foreshadowing Gundy as the real killer.