Tiffani Thiessen and Gabrielle Carteris are the only cast members to return to the show for the series finale. Jason Priestley was only shown on video.
Steve is convinced that Maddy says the words dadda to him, in this episode.
Goof: When David is talking to Donna in her store about her date with the coffee guy, he is drinking iced tea in a clear plastic cup. His cup is one third full. The camera cuts away to Donna and when it returns to David, his cup is empty. It was such a quick moment, it's unlikely he gulped it all down so quickly.
Kelly says she is 25 in this episode, but in 1997, she said she was 22. So, that would make her 24.
David should be turning 23 not 24. In the later years of the show, the writers apparently decided to ignore that he was originally the youngest of the group.
When Dylan moves into the Beverly Royale, he converses with a bellhop, Hector, that was working there when Dylan lived there in high school and remembers both him and his father, Jack. Hector then asks Dylan how Jack is doing these days. If Hector has been in the area since at least Dylan's high school days and was acquainted with the McKays, he should know that Jack McKay was murdered, since his death was all over the news.
Noah cancels the club's scheduled Monica concert because Dylan pays him to have her give a private performance to Dylan and Gina instead. He seems really excited and proud of himself for some reason. Even if Dylan paid him much more than he would have received from the gate (which is likely), this could cost Noah money in the long run. Many customers would probably get angry and decide to stop frequenting a place that would cancel a concert at the last minute for no good reason. Then again, Noah was never exactly a genius--in business or otherwise.
Branden mentions to Kelly on the beach that he has never jumped in the ocean at night, has she? She says, no, but in the second season Kelly is flirting with the character Kyle who later ssays he is gay, and then Kelly takes off her clothes and then jumps into the ocean. She was much wilder as a high school student and seem to forget her wild ways.
When Noah is showing Valerie around his parents' home, you can see that Valerie is wearing strappy black sandles.
When Noah and Val walk into the kitchen, Valerie's shoes have clearly changed to full black platform shoes (no straps).
In this episode, Felice and Dr. Martin are supposedly celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. In the sixth season episode "Earthquake Weather," Felice told Donna that she had to drop out of the Rose Court competition after getting pregnant. She got married at that time, and suffered a miscarriage. In the earlier episode "Offensive Interference," Donna saw her mother in a photo of the 1969 Rose Court contestants. Therefore, Felice and John should be celebrating their 29th anniversary, not 25th.
Bruce Thomas, that plays Carl Schmidt in this episode, also played Joe the football player's brother, Hank Bradley in the season 6 episode "Leap Of Faith".
Sophie orders room service from the Walsh's home phone. Wouldn't the hotel be able to tell that the call was coming in from an outside line vs. from within the hotel?
Valerie admits to David that she killed her father. If this is true, then why was she having the recurring nightmares of finding her father after his "suicide" in Lover's Leap?
According to the E! True Hollywood story for the show, the set used to be located near a sex shop where the guys would frequent early in production. This may be an homage to that store.
This marks the second time Kelly is horrified with whom her parents are dating. The first being Mel & Jackie.
After the funeral when they are scavaging for food in Donna's kitchen, Brandon makes a reference to Cheesey Poofs (South Park).
When Brandon walks out of the building & finds the tape Emma leaves for him, he puts it in his car stereo & it begins to play instantly. Wouldn't he have to start the car first? I don't know of any car stereo that would play without having the car on.
I can't remember if this incident happened in this episode, or possibly the previous episode, but David catches Noah buying condoms out of a condom dispenser. Suspecting that Noah and Donna are going to have sex, he guilt trips Donna that he had to wait seven years, David complained to Donna that Noah didn't even have to wait seven weeks.
David and Donna did not actually wait seven years, since they officially started dating in the fall of 1991 and had sex for the first time on the 1997 season finale. Therefore they actually waited about 5 1/2 years. On top of that they weren't together continuously during this period since they broke up for a short time after David dumped Donna on Christmas Eve of 1993. Then they were on hiatus for about two years after David cheated on her on the 1994 season finale.
Perhaps as an inside joke, Steve comments to Carly that he's not exactly a member of MENSA. The actor who plays her son Zach, Myles Jeffrey, is. At age 6, he was given an IQ test and tested within the 99th percentile.
Donna tells David at the apartment that Noah opened the door for David to own the Peach Pit After Dark again and he turned it down. Now when Noah and David had this conversation, Donna had no idea that he was talking to David. Also there was no time for Noah to tell Donna this later, because Donna spent 12 hours at work before she confronted David about turning down Noah's offer.
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