Goof: Keely's audience always has the same clothes on.
Goof: When Phil is about to walk into the broadcast lab (while morphed into Keely), it's shown that a girl walks through the room. Wasn't Phil concerned that people would notice two Keelys or see him change?
Keely: They're all so hard hitting. I don't know where to start.
(Phil holds out cue cards)
Phil: Pick a story, any story.
(Picks with eyes closed)
Keely: Are cheerleaders skirts too short?
Phil: Brilliant! I'll get right on it! (Runs out of classroom and Keely looks through the cards)
Keely: Wait a minute! These all say that! Phil!
(Phil returns to the classroom)
(Keely holds up the cards)
Phil: Fine. We'll go with the stinky-janitor story.
Keely: Actually, I'm here to see Pim.
Barbara: Why, what did she do to you?
Barbara: (scream) Lloyd! Get the checkbook!
Keely: No really...
Barbara: Honey, whatever she broke, injured or humiliated, we will take care of it.
Keely: Honestly, everything's fine.
Lloyd: Hey what's the with the hardball, just give me a round number.
(Keely rushes into the a room)
Keely: Breaking News! Four went home sick this morning, after eating the low-fat cina-pork muffins in the cafeteria. Was it the pork? Was it the Cina? (In a scary voice Or was it the muffin?
You'll find out on Keely Teslow Investigates. I'm Keely Teslow.
Phil: Hey, Keely is more than just a pretty face, okay? She has a brain for facts, and a nose for news...and a mouth for saying...facts and news...
"Even Stevens" and "The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius" each have an episode called 'Broadcast Blues'.
The title of this episode is an allusion to the 1987 William Hunt/Holly Hunter movie, Broadcast News.