In the "Shower in a Briefcase" commercial the light pole on the sidewalk blows over, but when it hits the ground it flops like it is made of paper.
Due to licensing issues, on the DVD version of this episode Gene Upshaw and Ed Garvey's performance of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" is awkwardly overdubbed with scary sound effects.
Banda Brava is incorrectly listed as "Band de Brava" in the closing credits.
Bowery Boys In The Band was a parody of The Bowery Boys movies, the 1970 movie Boys In The Band and The Deer Hunter.
Jane Eyrehead is of course a parody of Jane Eyre. Joe Flaherty played Mr. Rochester as Rochester from the Jack Benny Program.
End credits: Wipeout by The Safaris.
While trying to clear up the matter of the phony check with Earl Camembert, Fred Willard states that he never worked for SCTV. Life will imitate art two years later when he indeed works for SCTV in a 1984 (Cinemax) episode.
End credits: Theme music from "Chariots of Eggs".
End credits: Rock keyboardist medley.
End credits: The song Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child.
End credits: My Girl performed by The Recess Monkeys.
End credits: Credits played over the "Great White North Palace" theme song and the Great White Dancers.
During one scene in "Teacher's Pet," the chalkboard is littered with graffiti, including the message "The teacher is a wanker." However, in a later shot in the same scene, most of the graffiti has been erased, and the line has been changed to "The teacher is a (censored)."
End credits: The William Tell Overture plays as Freddie de Cordova (Joe Flaherty) walks onto the Lone Ranger set.
End credits: Bob and Doug show up late and drunk. Credits roll to the music The Priest by Handel.
In the "Fishin' Musician" sketch the Plasmatics performed their hit Doom Song.
In the sketch "The Jazz Singer", Al Jarreau sings his hit We're in this Love Together.
End credits: It's my Party
End credits: Shows a "Lunchtime Street Beef" theme and helicopter shot, however the helicopter crashes.
End credits: A voice-over of Bobby Bittman complaining to SCTV.