Zack's girlfriend in this episode is actually the episode producer's wife.
The band line-up; Zack; vocals/guitar, Kelly; lead vocals, Lisa; bass/vocals, Screech; keys & Slater; drums/vocals.
It's interesting that while the six regulars always seemed to do everything together, there are always only five of them in the Zack Attack band, with Jessie and Kelly apparently used interchangeably.
The man by the Madonna look a like is supposed to look like Michael Jackson. Lisa says, as she gives her speech, "I'd like to ask Michael to wait backstage for me."
A.C. Slater: I'm looking for Miss. Right! But in the mean time, I'm having a blast with all the wrong ones!
Slater: Wow, Lisa, I just saw you on US Gladiators. Wow, you beat up everybody, including the audience.
Lisa: Nobody messes with Lethal Lisa.
Reporter: Lisa, is it true that you and Screech are an item?
Lisa: That is a dirty, ugly, vicious lie.
Zack: Look at me, I look like Mr. Madonna!
Casey Kasem previously appeared as himself in the season one episode 'Dancing to the Max'.
The set used for the party scene in this episode was also seen in the previous episode, "No Hope With Dope," for a party scene at Johnny Dakota's.
The Season 3 & 4 DVD commentary for this episode finally reveals the answer to the common nitpick about Jessie's disappearance in this episode. Elizabeth Berkeley was injured on the set and thus missed the filming of the episode.
Dennis Haskins (Mr. Belding), and Elizabeth Berkley (Jessie) do not appear in this episode.
Much of the episode was shot behind the set in the actual NBC studio hallways and dressing rooms.