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In this episode, it is revealed that the Matthews family lives in a neighborhood called Cedar Heights.
Frankie: It is when my father fights Jake "The Snake" Roberts. The winner is in line for a shot at the belt, against Shawn Michaels, at Madison Square Garden.
This episode aired two days before the WWF pay-per-view event, Survivor Series, held at Madison Square Garden. Shawn Michaels lost the title match to Sycho Sid.
After the closing credits, cast member Rider Strong does a Public Service Announcement on abused children.
The same girls leave the stage every time Eric answers a question.
When Eric answers one question, almost the entire group of girls leaves. In the next scene the stage is filled again.
When the 3 kids spill milk, Chet comes out of the ever changing door; this time marked "Custodian".
Leisha Hailey (Corinna) is a professional singer in real life.
In this episode, Mr. Feeny says that he does not fish. However, before a fishing trip in season 1, he helped Alan show Cory and Shawn how to use the fishing rod. Also, later on in the show, during his attempt at retirement, Mr. Feeny spends all of his time fishing.
Shawn gets mad at Cory for eating meat. In real life Rider Strong is a vegetarian.
Morgan needs $25 for school pictures; yet when she reaches into her father's wallet, she only pulls out one bill.
In this episode, Shawn says that Topanga's appearance is totally natural. Yet only a few episodes earlier, in "The Happiest Show in Earth," she has an entire trunk for her hair products. Also, when they were younger, Topanga's hair was extremely wavy. She must either straighten it now or have crimped/curled it then.
Mr. Turner refers to The Elephant Man as John Merrick. However, his real name was Joseph Carey Merrick.
For a long time, this was the only episode of season four to be officially released on DVD. It was included as a bonus on the "Complete First Season" set. In 2010, season 4 got released by Lionsgate.
During the scene where a guy gives Topanga his card, his hair changes between the shots. In one shot, there's a piece of hair in his face, when the camera cuts back to him it's gone, then during the next shot, it's back again.
In the beginning of this episode, Eric is having a dream about baseball, but in 'Truth and Consequences' it was established that he doesn't have dreams, or any brain activity for that matter, when he sleeps.
When Cory and Eric are in the car, Eric comments that they are 3 hours away from home. Pottstown is only about an hour away from Philadelphia.
This episode is similar to season 7's Brotherly Shove. However, in that episode the roles are reversed, and it's Eric that feels alienated by the lack of a solid relationship with Cory.
The family portrait hanging in the living room has Lily Nicksay as Morgan, even though the role is now Lindsay Ridgeway's.
In this episode, we see a huge picture of Topanga over Cory's bed. In the next episode, it's gone.
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