In the scene where Kennedy comes into Blossom's bedroom to ask her why she's appearing naked in a movie, Kennedy is not speaking in her usual English accent. The young actress slipped in and out of the accent on more than one occasion throughout the season, but it was especially noticeable here.
In the final scene, Nick is making a frozen pizza, and Blossom suggests instead that they go out for dinner, just the two of them. Then Anthony and Joey come in to eat the pizza, but none of this makes any sense. First of all, Nick, Blossom, Anthony, and Joey are all wearing the same clothes they had on in previous scenes, so we can assume it's that same night. If that's true, then why would they go out to eat when Nick and Joey had already been out at a restaurant earlier that evening? Also, Blossom went to the hospital to see Vinnie late at night, and she stayed for a long time, so it should have been close to morning by the time she got back, not dinnertime.
In the first scene, Joey and Blossom are wearing the same clothes they had on in Running for the Border, which aired two episodes before this one. Blossom is also wearing her hair the exact same way. It is very possible that this is a deleted scene from that episode, and they used it here instead.
Almost the entire episode (with the exception of about three minutes) was filmed in black and white. The laugh track was not used at all for the black and white segments.
We can assume that the boy who breaks up with Blossom is the same young man she met in the second episode of the series, My Sister's Keeper. In both episodes, it is mentioned that Joey introduced Blossom to him, and that he was going away to college soon. In this episode, however, his name is Ricky, but he was Bobby before, and he was played by a different actor. Furthermore, throughout the season, it was never said that Blossom was maintaining a long-distance relationship with this guy while he was away at college.
"Bobby" played by Stephen Dorff in this episode is a character they allude to in the season finale with a new name and a new actor. They introduce him as Blossom's boyfriend from college "Ricky" played by a different actor in "Love Stinks!"
Justin Whalin played a character "Wally Zimmerman" in this episode.He would later go on to return several more times as other characters.