When the Omega Chis' arrive to the beach house in Myrtle Beach they are confronted with a man working for the owner of the house. When Trip defies the man he reveals a machine gun by opening his blazer and folding it behind the weapon, however on the next scene we see that he is holding his blazer wide open to show that he's carrying a weapon, and on the next scene the blazer is again folded behind the weapon.
In this episode when Rusty is confronted by Evan and his fraternity brothers on the dock, there is a boat parked behind Rusty. On that boat is a logo for Alcatraz Cruises, a San Francisco company that ferries tourists from San Francisco to Alcatraz island.
As far as I know, Alcatraz cruises does not venture to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Rusty: When you're sleeping in your crappy motel room, I hope you think of Wade, Ferret and Jeremy.
Tripp: Still crying about that?
Evan: For the last time, we didn't mean to get them expelled.
Beaver: And I didn't mean to sleep with your girlfriend, Bing. Oh wait, I did!
Cappie: Anything from CRU?
Casey: Just this underwear catalogue.
Beaver: OOh! Can I have it?
Casey: We've talked about this, Beav.
Ashleigh: They say you can tell if you're accepted by the size of the envelope. Kind of like guys and their feet.
Cappie: That's a myth. Now where's the damn mail?!
Had this been the series finale, the episode would have ended differently. According to creator Patrick Sean Smith, it would flashforward to Rusty's, Dale's, Rebecca's, and Calvin's graduation. It would also be Cappie's graduation, indicating that he stayed for two more years. Casey would return from GW for the graduation and have a "drink of hope" at Dobbler's with Cappie. Ashleigh would be back from New York and Evan would be married.
According to creator Patrick Sean Smith, this was suppose to be the series finale, but "[their] ratings went up in the third season, and people kind of rallied for the show." So the network "gifted" him 10 more episodes.
"Look To The East" by Telekinesis
"Beat To The Rhythm" by Jo C.
Rusty: The first line of Peter Pan is "All children, except one, grow up." Wendy knew that at two years old. You're learning it at 22.
The title of this episode and the quote above is an allusion to the first line of the novel "Peter Pan and Wendy" by J.M. Barrie.