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During the first fire alarm scene, Becky is standing in the hallway directing the students toward the exits. In the first shot, there is a tall dark haired boy wearing a white t-shirt with red sleeves walking toward and then past her. As she looks behind her to see Principal Terry running by with his Dick Cheney picture, you see the same boy about half way down the hall coming towards her. Then, as she looks back in her original direction, the same boy is once again walking towards her, but further down the hall than in the first shot.
The car that Becky drives appears in the episode even though it was destroyed in a previously aired episode.
I Left My Heart in San Francisco - Break My Stride
The two wildly different 'songs' that VP Terry refers to are Tony Bennett's signature 1962 hit, I Left My Heart in San Francisco (written in 1954) and Matthew Wilder's 1983-84, No.2 dance single, Break My Stride.
Spanish Movie Titles
When Tim is explaining why he is showing dubbed movies to his Spanish students, he mentions: Sabado Night Fever, Better Off Muerte, El Grande Adventure of PeeWee and Witness. These are: Saturday Night Fever, Better Off Dead, PeeWee's Big Adventure and, of course, Witness.
When Becky shows up for the car wash in casual attire, the background song is Bell Biv DeVoe's 1990 hit, Poison. This song was also featured in an episode of Scrubs.
When Becky tries to show Shane how to dance, the music played in the background is Push It by Salt-N-Pepa first released on the trio's 1986 album, Hot, Cool & Vicious.
Lisa (Brooke Burns) drives a 1965 Ford Mustang convertible with a 289ci engine and 4-barrel carburetor. The first Ford Mustang was the '1964 1/2' - debuted in April of 1964 (seven months after most 1964 models came out). The 1965 Mustang was the first full production year for that car.
Glen Ellen High
Glen Ellen is located In Sonoma County, CA. It is home to American author Jack London's 'Wolf House' and was the temporary home of Rolling Stone 'Gonzo' writer, Hunter S. Thompson.