Langston "Sweet Knuckles" Paige's basement is the same basement used for "The Cosby Show".
Lena James reveals that she was named after Lena Horne.
In To Whit, With Love, Dwayne says that Joseph E. Johnson (the school where Whitley teaches) is a middle school. However, when the student introduces the tribute to Lena Horne, "Lena Horne, This Is Your Life," at Height Hall, he says that Joseph E. Johnson is an elementary school.
Whitley introduces herself to Lena Horne as the chairman of the student welcoming committee. Since Whitley is not a student, how did she manage to obtain such a prestigous post? Were the other students not capable of performing this task?
Dwayne mentions the fight that he and Ron got into with racist students in the previous season's episode "Cat's in the Cradle".
Early in the party, Mr. Gaines sings the same song which he sang during "Mind Your Own Business", but he says he wrote it for Dwayne and Whitley.
In Whitley's farewell speech she notes that she had been associated with Hillman for SIX years. Did she (and the writers) forget about her freshman year which occurred prior to the start of the series?
At the farewell party, Kim states that she met Whitley's things before she met Whitley. However, Kim was the first to arrive in the room; this allowed her to claim "Whitley's bed" first.
At the end of the episode as Mr. Gaine's grand-nieces are singing, one of the wigs falls off one of the girls. She looks a bit surprised, grabs the wig, and holds it on her head for the remainder of the song.
In "Pride and Predjustice", Whitley states that her birthstone is emerald. This implies her birthday should be in May which is when she celebrated in "Clair's Last Stand".
When Charmaine visited the Hillman campus in Conflict of Interest, she speaks a few very fluent French phrases with Whitley. Yet in this episode, she can barely pronounce any French words.
Whitley seems to celebrate her birthday at different times of the year. In this episode, it is very cold outside. However, in "Clair's Last Stand", her birthday is near the end of the semester and it is very warm as she pitifully sings "Happy Birthday" to herself in the Pit courtyard. In "21 Candles", her birthday seems to occur somewhere in between as it's not very hot nor very cold.
When Freddie is sitting down at the diner with her mom, the pearl earrings that Freddie has on keep appearing and disappearing.
Dwayne asks Whitley why she is working at the International Cottage of Flapjacks on Christmas Eve. The big question is, why are so many students still on campus on Christmas Eve? Freddie even tells her mother that she just finished her last class. Hillman must be the only college that doesn't shut down at Christmas.
Whitley sells their sofa for 200 dollars. What about the pink sofa that they stored in the basement in Interior Desecration?
One of the boys says he is from Coolidge and the other says he is from "220," implying 220th Street. It is unlikely that any city near Hillman College would be large enough to have a 220th Street.
When Kim arrives at the Waynes' house, Adele tells her that she met her at the graduation. Actually, they met when Adele came for Dwayne's Phi Beta Kappa induction, at the conclusion of his junior year.
In this episode, Dwayne comes in to find Whitley has left without leaving a note. Ron comes in and Dwayne offers him some Bar-B-Que: "Ray Nay's." The goof is, Ray-Nay's closed down in season 2; and in season 4, Ray was discovered to be homeless by Ron and had no intention of opening another restaurant.
In the first scene that takes place in Jill's governor's mansion, Jill pretends to play her alto saxophone without a neck strap. (Most saxophone players, especially those not playing a soprano saxophone, use a neck strap.) As she is sitting down on a block after a brief arguement with Hilliard, Jill has a neck strap around her neck. When Jill says "I'm the candidate, Jill Blinton," the neck strap disappears for the rest of the scene. Then again, it is a dream sequence...
Wouldn't renter's insurance have taken care of some of the stolen items and the expense of rebuilding after a burglary?