Erin Moran and Lori Laughlin both went on to even greater fame. Erin Moran played Joanie Cunningham on "Happy Days", and Lori Laughlin played Jody Travis on "The Edge of Night" and Rebecca "Becky" Katsopolis on "Full House".
Anissa Jones broke her leg in April 1969 and this event was written into the episode scripts.
This is the second time Greg Fedderson (the producer's son) has played a boyfriend who plans to marry Cissy. In "You Like Buffy Better", Uncle Bill scares Greg Fedderson's character out of going steady with Cissy. He does it again in this episode.
In the last scene of this episode prior to the closing credits, Buffy is seen crying in her bedroom and Uncle Bill was comforting her. It must had been assumed that the sick girl had died.
First they say Jody's going to stay with his friend Richard. Then when Cissy is trying to figure out what to do with Jody she says he was staying with Peter and then later the friend he had been staying with was again called Richard.
Bill or Mr. French ( I forget who) said that Jody is six. Well, it's a year and a half into the series. They would have to be seven. Cissy is now 16 and I think that she and the twins are nine years apart. Besides Anissa Jones and Johnnie Whittaker who play them look considerable older
In the scene when Jody wakes Uncle Bill up, it is 6:05 am but after they tend to the fish and Jody falls asleep, it is 6:00 am.
In one scene Buffy comes home from school in a yellow blouse and a plaid jumper. The next scene she is in her room with Cissy telling her that they have to stay home tonight and watch the fish. In this scene Buffy wears a pair of aqua culottes. In the next scene it's latter on and Buffy is now back to wearing her yellow blouse and plaid jumper again. Ahhhhh?
Mr. French's seldom-used first name is revealed: Giles.
Love Me, Love Me Not was also the name of a game show hosted by Toss Shaffer.
This is one of the only episodes to have retained a sponsor tag in syndication. During the closing credits, there is a logo in the bottom left of the screen advertising Clark's Gum.
Betty Lynn, who plays Miss Lee, is best known for her recurring role as Thelma Lou, Barney Fife's girlfriend on The Andy Griffith Show.
1. When Uncle Bill is at the office, one of his clients is a Mr. Hardcastle. In the 1980s, Brian Keith played a judge named Hardcastle in the series "Hardcastle and McCormick".
2. At the park, Mr. French reads the twins a Winnie The Pooh book. In the 1970s, Sebastian Cabot would lend his voice to a series of Winnie The Pooh movies, including "Winnie The Pooh and the Blustery Day" and "Winnie The Pooh and Tigger Too".