The credits list Rerun's name as "ReRun", but everywhere else it's "Rerun", with only one capital letter.
When Charlie Brown reads Spike's letter as Spike's experiences are shown, you can see that Spike spelled "should" without an "h".
This was the first Peanuts special to be made after the rights went from CBS to ABC, excluding 2001's "The Making of A Charlie Brown Christmas".
Perhaps wanting to stay as close to the comic strip as possible after Schulz's death, some characters are animated just as they are drawn. Lucy has a white border around her hair, Snoopy has a white border around his ears, and Franklin has lines on his face.
The little red-haired girl looks different in this one than she did in "It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown" and "Happy New Year, Charlie Brown".
This was released straight to video without being aired on TV.
Marcie gets the role of both Mary and the narrator.
Only the second time Charlie Brown's team has ever shown hitting skills when he is in the game.
This brings back Lila, who was in the movie Snoopy Come Home. Unfortunately, it does something the movie didn't. It shows adults again!
The nurse said that Janice's room was 402 but when they come back it is 404.
This is the second appearance of Heather, the Little-Red-Haired Girl.
Charlie Brown turns the pages of his book backwards.
Linus sits behind Charlie Brown in class, but Charlie Brown seems to be the only one worrying about homework.
Some of the song lyrics from the Broadway version were changed for this. For instance, "finding your skate key" became "pizza with sausage".
Charlie Brown's lucky number is 13, as he said when he tried to remember where the girl he saw on the television was -- she sat on a bench close to tunnel 13.
When Snoopy and Woodstock are crossing the street, *adults* are seen poking their heads out of their car windows!
This is the only time Charlie Brown will kick a football Lucy holds
Sally did not appear in this episode.
This is the first special after Vince Guaraldi's death. Peanuts music has suffered greatly since that point, although David Benoit has partially restored some of Guaraldi's quality.
When Peppermint Patty says Charlie Brown didn't win the game, she's wrong. Technically, Charlie Brown did win the game due to having the higher score in the end.