Cappie's real name is revealed to be Captain John Paul Jones.
In Dobler's, Rusty can be seen put an arm in his coat as Calvin remembers the green girl from Comic-Con. When the camera switches to a shot facing Calvin, Rusty is putting an arm inside his coat again.
Beaver sings the opening theme song, saying the word 'Greek' for each note.
Beaver's real name is revealed to be Walter Boudreaux.
The tile of the episode "Defending Your Honor" may be a call back to a line in the pilot, when Rusty say he was defending Casey's honor.
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.
When talking to Evan at Dobler's, Calvin puts down the 80s party ad twice.
At the softball game, Rusty tells Cappie to "hit a double play". Hitting (into) a double play would mean two outs for the Kappa Taus' team, not something they would exactly want.
Although credited Paul James (Calvin) did not appear in this episode.
The costumes for the Fairytale Ball: Evan - The Big Bad Wolf Calvin - a prince Rebecca - Evil Queen Casey - a princess Cappie - a prince Rusty - The Pied Piper Grant - a prince Laura - Rapunzel
By the end of the episode, Heath's farewell banner reads: Bong Voyagee Heath
Ferret, Wade, and Jeremy
Casey reveals that she has an old boyfriend named Derrick.
When Cappie won't let Beaver, Wade and Heath pull a prank at the Omega Chi house, Beaver writes "KT RULES" on the awards plaque in their lounge area.
In the scene where Rebecca is offering to spend the night in Casey's room, she puts the sleep mask on upside down. In the next shot, it is right side up.
A poster for ABC Family's The Middleman can be seen in Comic-Con.
Goof: When Casey goes to Katherine to ask her to change her patrol partner, we see Kathrine holding a clipboard against her chest with both arms. In the next scene, we see her resting her chin on her right hand which is holding a pen, but in the next scene we see her holding the same clipboard against her chest with both arms again.
Also, from scene to scene, Kathrine's hair goes from being in a ponytail behind her head to in a ponytail worn on her left shoulder.
Jordan's target photo is an obvious screen shot of her in the art history class.
The Undie Run is a quarterly event that takes place in several universities in California, Arizona, and Texas where students run in their underwear through campus. In 2009, the UCLA administration cancelled it, citing safety reasons, paralleling the happenings in the episode.
Although credited Clark Duke (Dale) did not appear in this episode.