When the Steel Eagle is accused of stealing candy from a child, the samurai show performers attack him, and if you look closely at one of the performers, he is wearing a Akatsuki costume from the show Naruto.
Huffington Library is really a spoof on Huntington Library.
Moze tried to make Ned jealous by kissing Loomer in front of him.
Loomer carries a tray of cheeses around as he follows Moze during the field trip.
Loomer tries to win Moze over by dressing nice, a bit like how he dressed like when he went out with Suzie in the beginning.
People kept on telling Moze that she had big, brown eyes.
Crubs fired Gordy at the beginning of the episode for jumping on him and the security guards, but after discovering that The Weasel was actually a girl, Mr. Wright said that he wasn't fired anymore.
Since Seth started going out with Evelyn, he became super smart.
Lisa discovers that Cookie is really the Steel Eagle and invites him for pizza.
The Weasel was actually a girl weasel. She took people's stuff to build her home and to protect her babies.
Ned and Moze end up together.
In the end of Tests, Faymen told Ned he gave Moze his Brazilian love rock necklace, but Moze was already wearing the necklace when she asked Ned the questions on the boyfriend test.
In the beginning of the episode, Ned gets in trouble for eating in the hallway. Why doesn't he just use his excuse that his doctor wants him to have a full stomach before taking allergy medicine. It worked in the episode Excuses.
Cookie finally got a date with Lisa Zimo.
Daniel Lee's older brother, Nathaniel, has a cameo.
Goof: When Ned is trying to figure out whether he should be with Suzie or Moze, the Rose Garden sign is on the left and the Parking Lot sign is on the right. When the guards find Ned, there is a shot of the signs behind him and the Rose Garden sign is on the right.
As a joke, Nickelodeon produced a purposely low-quality alternate ending. It starts when Ned meets Moze in the rose garden. After they kiss, instead of Cookie showing up, a UFO does. An alien then appears, threatens them, and then gets chased by most of the movie's cast.
Running Gag: Gordy saying, "I'm not Cupid".
The Guide To Boys Moze says that Ned has been chasing Susie since the 2nd grade but in this episode Ned tells Gordy that he's been chasing Susie since the 4th grade.
The note Gordy writes telling Moze that Ned likes her is different than the one she is hit with. On the first one, the underlines are close together, but on the second they're far apart.