One of the rules in the cafeteria at John Adams High is "No Reading."
Trini is shown in this episode as Topanga's best friend; but the only other time she is seen, or even mentioned, is in The Last Temptation of Cory.
When Eric is hanging up posters, a sign reading "Sex Ed" can be seen behind him. As the camera angles change, so does the sign; switching back and forth between "Sex Ed" and a graffiti-altered "Sex, Ed?".
Cory: What just happened over there, Shawn? I mean, I'm talking with you fine, but over there with Topanga I became a...sea monkey.
Shawn: That's a bad animal, man.
Mr. Feeny (to Mr. Turner): The Hunter boy giving you a rough time? I suggest you send a note home to yourself.
Mr. Turner: Guys, guys, guys, guys. You didn't hear, did you?
Shawn: What, what?
Mr. Turner: This year, when the bell rings...it means get to class!
Mr. Turner: That's right pal. Your butt's in homeroom before that first bell rings or TV no way, snacks no way, dates no way. OK?
Mr. Turner: I'm new at this. Now get outta here.
Cory: Topanga, if I had to dream up the perfect woman, she wouldn't even come close to you. Would you be my girlfriend?
Cory: Why did I even ask a woman? They only bring you heartbreak.
Amy: Well, this one brings dinner every night, a roof over your head; and there was that little giving birth thing.
Cory: Mom, that's getting real old.
Cory: That's not the Topanga I've known. I mean, it's like she goes away for a summer and comes back a woman.
Shawn: Yeah, so did Coach Franklin.
Eric: My grades aren't good enough to get me into college?
Mr. Feeny: Your grades, my friend, are not good enough to get you a slurpie.
This season was dedicated to the life of Arlene Grayson.
Eric: Mr. Blue, let 'em in.
Frankie: Joey's Mr. Blue; I'm Brown. How don't you see that?
This is a reference to characters in the 1992 Quentin Tarantino film, Reservoir Dogs.