Chad Allen, who plays Brian in this episode, also appeared in Season 1's My Aged Valentine. Ironically, in that episode, Brian played a boy at school who liked Punky and kissed her, only to get a black eye from her because she didn't like him that way.
When Margaux shoves the egg in Walker's hair, you can see how hard the actor is trying not to laugh.
Actress Patrika Darbo, who is known for having brief cameos in several movies and TV shows, appears here as the pregnant woman in the elevator. Interestingly, she and Ami Foster, who plays Margaux, went on to appear together in the 1989 film Troop Beverly Hills.
Heather Hopper, who plays Leslie in this episode, went on to co-star with Ami Foster (Margaux) in the 1989 film Troop Beverly Hills.
The twin towers visible from Benjamin Kramer's office window are from the Marina City residential complex, which is on State Street on the north bank of the Chicago River, just north of the Loop.
This is the only episode where the inside of Cherie's apartment is shown.
Early in the episode, Punky feeds her dog Brandon some Oreos. Apparently, the writers forgot that chocolate is absolutely one of the worst things you can give a dog, and it can easily kill them--and this is normally supposed to be an educational TV show for kids.
Cherie mentions that she's a terrible cook, but in previous episodes, she has been very passionate about food and baking in general, so this comment makes no sense.
This is the only episode where we see the inside of Margaux's house.
While Punky dressed in all orange because it was Kevin's favorite color, no reason was mentioned for her plucking her eyebrows.