The episode of 'The A-Team' seen at the beginning of the episode is from the first season episode 'The Out-Of-Towners'.
Joey Caruso's slurs of the episode: "Mantan", "Tito", "Slappy".
Keisha is afraid of clowns.
Drew knows what Tanya is scared of, clowns!
This episode was filmed from December 2 to December 16 2005.
Chris: (narrating) When I was a teenager, I discovered a lot of new things. I discovered sour milk doesn't always become yogurt.
(Chris pours some milk into his cereal, which comes out looking like yogurt; he tastes it, then spits it out)
Chris: (narrating) I discovered the barber who's always available isn't always the best.
(a guy sees blood on his hand and runs out of the barbershop screaming)
Chris: (narrating) I also discovered that if you hit people with a truck, they'll do anything you want.
(a clip from "The A-Team" is shown on TV)
Chris: (narrating) I wanted to lie, but my mother told me if I ever did, she'd slap me into another nationality.
Chris: (narrating) If Miss June knew how much trouble she was causing, she wouldn't be smiling!
Chris: (narrating) I thought Keisha was cute, but I'd push her in front of a gas truck to get to Miss June.
(Chris tries to buy Playboy and Gum)
Chris: (narrating) The vice principal had my magazine, but I had money, so I figured replacing it wouldn't be a problem.
Store Clerk: $3.50 (Chris pays, and the store clerk takes away the Playboy)
Store Clerk: Now get out of here before I call the cops.
Chris: For what?! You just robbed me, this one cost me 50 cents.
Store Clerk: Really? Then why don't we call your mom and tell her how you're trying to buy a Playboy.
Chris: (narrating) Hey, this (Miss) June was fine, but she wasn't worth going to jail.
Rochelle: (to Julius) Why were you going through my stuff? I don't go through your stuff!
Chris: (narrating) Yes she does. He just never caught her.
Chris: My father knew that if my mother ever found that Playboy, he'd probably never see a naked woman again.
Chris: If you're gonna buy cheap furniture, you better stock up on Krazy Glue.
The song "Push It" by Salt-N-Pepa is playing in the background when Chris and Greg are selling looks to see the Playboy Magizine in the school hallway.
The song Love Rollercoaster by The Ohio Players is played during the scene when Julius is looking for the Playboy.
The song that accompanies Chris and Greg's spying on the Vice Principal is "Somebody's Watching Me" by Rockwell.
Drew is afraid of spiders.