Tricia Cast is better known for her role on The Young and the Restless.
Albert Hague is better known for his role as Benjamin Shorofsky on Fame.
Instead of ending the episode with Mr. Belvedere writing in his journal in his bedroom, this episode ends with him writing in it as George puts everyone to sleep with his speech at the award ceremony.
Brian Robbins is better known for his role as Eric Mardian on Head of the Class.
Jason Bateman is better known for his roles as Michael Bluth on Arrested Development and David Hogan on Valerie (a.k.a.) The Hogan Family.
Danny Cooksey is better known for his role as Sam McKinney on Diff'rent Strokes, which aired its final episode a few weeks before this episode originally aired.
James Gregory was a prolific character actor who was probably best known for his role as Inspector Frank Luger on Barney Miller, the show which nearly all of the production staff of Mr. Belvedere had worked on previously. This was his final credited acting role.
Doris Roberts is best known for her role as Marie Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond.
Edie McClurg is best known as Patty Poole on The Hogan Family (a.k.a) Valerie, which she was appearing on at the same time as this guest appearance.
When giving romantic hints to Wesley about how he should interact with Cindy, one of the tips Kevin gives is that Wesley should put on his "Sesame Street" album. In real life, Ilene Graff's brother, Todd Graff, was one of the original children who sang the theme song to "Sesame Street" in the 1970s.
Jaleel White is better known for his role as Steve Urkel on Family Matters.
Danielle Brisebois is better known for her role as Stephanie on All in the Family and Archie Bunker's Place.
Florence Stanley is better known for her role as Judge Margaret Wilbur on My Two Dads.
Marsha's full name is revealed to be Marsha Lee Cameron Owens.
To prepare for this episode, Brice Beckham spent several weeks practicing with a baseball coach.