In this episode, the Walsh's maid, Anna, doesn't understand or speak a word of English. Several episodes later, in "East Side Story", she speaks perfect English.
When Brenda and Tiffany stay behind while the other girls go horseback riding, Tiffany says that four legged creatures don't really interest her. Brenda replies, "Yeah, me neither." We later find that isn't true, as Brenda once owned a horse when she was a kid in Minneapolis, and she takes a stray dog into the Walsh house.
The original facade used in this episode is actually The Apple Pan, a real and very popular diner in Westwood in West Los Angeles on Pico Blvd., on the border to Beverly Hills.
The restaurant that is the inspiration for the "Peach Pit" is the "Fifties Diner" located at 358 N Beverly Drive #8 in Beverly Hills.
Brandon: There is all kinds of hunger...
Jim: And my hunger is the greatest of them all!
Nat: Listen. Dylan here's been buggin' me about hiring someone to help me out. I figure, who would be nuts enough to want this bit? Take you, you look nuts enough.
Brandon: Take me, I'm nuts enough!!
Dylan: I'll vouch for that! I'll even waive my commission.
Brandon: So when do I start?
Nat: How about right now?
Brandon: Hey, hey, hey, where's your faith guys? Brenda wouldn't steal! She's the one that made you take her back to St. Paul when she forgot to pay for her Barbie Doll.
Money Talks (Dirty Cash) by The Adventures of Stevie V
Town Without Pity by Gene Pitney
MT by The 77s
Let The Good Times Rolls by Louis Jordan
Original UK airdate Saturday January 19th 1991 5.15pm - 6.10pm ITV
This episode marks the first appearance of Joe E. Tata (Nat Bussichio), the owner of the gang's favorite hang-out, The Peach Pit.