* ActingForTwo: Jane's father and the first narrator are both played by the same guy.
* ColbertBump: WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd's review is probably the most publicity this thing ever got.
* CreatorKiller: IGN cited ''Plumbers Don't Wear Ties'' as the prime example of why the 3DO failed: By convincing the public that the system had low-budget, poor quality games that did not justify the console's $700 price tag.
** Such was also the case for "Kirin Entertainment".
* NoBudget: Absolutely none.
* OldShame: The actress who 'played' Jane, Jeanne Basone, posted on GameFAQs, mentioning she only did the part as a favour for her friend. While she didn't remember too much about it, she did understand how bad it was upon watching it herself.
-->"yes I am aware and I have been getting several emails, it was so long ago, kinda funny and lame at the same time, I have to laugh at all of us, helping our friend Michael out at the time. never thought it would ever see daylight, if you know what I mean..."
* ThrowItIn: In the 'moving' climax, the actor flubs his line, and the crew falls about laughing (which is in itself sad; it wasn't even funny). [[TheyJustDidntCare They don't bother editing this out at all.]]
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally, the "game" was supposed to be in live action, but when the ESRB was created, the creators were afraid the game would get an Adults-Only rating, so they changed it to a slide show of still images.