When Mary is talking to Corey about possibly playing for the WNBA, Corey mentions that she has an academic scholarship to college next year. When Mary and Corey trashed the school gym with some of the other players, Mary mentioned that she lost her scholarship because of the incident so most likely Corey would as well.
Annie: How much money do you think you're going to raise by selling all this stuff?
Matt Couple hundred bucks.
Annie: Maybe Shana can you meet you in Kansas.
Molly: Mary, you're my hero!
Mary: No I'm not. I'm nobody's hero.
Molly: Why don't you want to be my hero?
Mary: It's not that I don't want to be your hero. It's just that I've made a lot of mistakes, and I don't deserve to be your hero. I'm sorry. I've just...did some stupid things.
Molly's Dad: Maybe you're being a little too hard on yourself.
Mary: Yeah, or not hard enough.
John: We make such a nice couple.
Matt: (sighs) You say the sweetest things.
This is the FIRST episode where we see the Camden's basement where Annie is talking to Matt down there.
In Germany this episode is known as, Burst of Dreams, translated.
This episode was originally suppose to air on April 3, 2000, but The WB pushed it back a week to April 10, 2000. This is the 2nd time in 7th Heaven's 4th season that The WB has pushed back an airdate of an original episode.
L.A. Laker players Devean George, Derek Fisher, John Salley & A.C. Green make cameo guest appearances in the beginning of this episode of 7th Heaven.
During the time this episode originally aired, Jessica Biel (Mary Camden) had appeared nearly-nude in the March 2000 issue of Gear Magazine. There was much speculation that Jessica Biel wanted to leave 7th Heaven due to her lack of starring in movies because of her busy schedule with the show. She was hoping that her boss (Aaron Spelling) would fire her and would release her out of her 6-year contract.
Ruthie was wearing a #4 Brett Farve Green Bay Packers jersey.