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Scheduled to air on February 14, 2001, but replaced with a rerun of Everybody Loves Raymond.
This marked the first (and only) appearance of Robert Hays as Roy.
Writer/Co-Producer Gary Janetti makes his second appearance as Boyd, the male flight attendant (his first appearance was in "And the Winner Is. . ." He made a similar appearance on the 1998 series he Co-Produced, "Style and Substance."
Two of the child guest stars in this episode- Brenda Song (Stacey) and Ashley Tisdale (Jessica)- now currently star alongside each other in the hit Disney Channel TV series "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody". Both are now regular fixtures on the Disney Channel, as they both have starred in other Disney Channel series and their own DCOMs (Disney Channel Original Movies). Brenda appeared in Wendy Wu- Homecoming Warrior and Ashley appeared in the worldwide phenomenon High School Musical, spurring her on to embark on a music career. Both DCOMs are to have sequels produced.
They both first met on the set of this episode and they are very close friends.
Due to behind-the-scenes battling, this was Kevin Dunn's final episode of the show. He was later replaced by Robert Hays, who only appeared in one episode ( "A Brand New Roy)" before production of the series was shut down.
According to the closed-captioning, Bette's cell-phone was supposed to ring "The William Tell Overture," but it must have been changed to a standard cell-phone ring in post-production.
Bette performs "Color of Roses" from her latest CD, "Bette."
Bette sings to Sisqo's "The Thong Song" in two seperate scenes while driving.
Bette and Dolly Parton perform a song from Bette's CD, Bette, entitled "Moses,." as well as the songs "Shining Star" and "Islands In The Stream."
Guest-star Gary Janetti is also one of the show's writers and co-producer.