After tasting Slater's cake, Mrs. Cummings comments that she's taking his cake home. But in the next scene at the Max, the gang is scene eating it.
There is no concievable reason why Nedick would come to the Max to pressure Slater into wrestling (especially at the behest of Zack) because--as Nedick himself points out a moment later--without Slater to wrestle him, Nedick automatically wins the bet he had against Zack, and Zack's dirt-bike.
The fake 'beer belly' that is sticking out of the older wrestler-Slater's shirt is obviously fake: when he turns to the side, you can see that it is clearly over the shirt, not coming out from under it; you can also see the straps to it.
In this episode, Kelly decides that she'd like to be either an actress or a housewife. It seems she changes her mind, though, as in a College Years episode a few years later, she tells Zack she is interested in medicine.
When Mrs. Cummings is judging the chocolate cakes the students made, she merely tap-dances past those made by most of the students, and only comments on those made by the main characters of the show.
Kelly: I'm kinda thinking about being a housewife, or an actress. Do you think I'll be a good actress Zach?
Zach: Well fantastic! Every night you star in my dreams!
Needik: Where's Slater?
Screech: I killed him! I wanted first crack at you!
Slater: Screech, what are you doing?
Screech: Cruising for chicks
Slater: In the boys locker room?
Mrs. Cummings, the Home Economics teacher, sings her song to the tune of Peggy Lee's signature song, 'I'm a Woman'.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar was into dirt bikes while this series was being filmed. Zack's desire to ride dirt bikes is a reflection of the actor's.
The way that the cooking teacher sings her little song (da-da-da-da-da) sounds very much like the opening music that is heard throughout the series.
According to people who were there, this episode took quite a long time to film because Mario Lopez (Slater) insisted on baking the cake himself.
During the discussion about careers, the gang mentions Vanna White. She and Pat Sajak co-host the long-running game show Wheel of Fortune.