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Chuck Noblet's wife, Clair, is played by Evelyn McGee, who is Stephen Colbert's wife. They also have three children together, like the characters they portray.
In the movie, Jerri's house is across the street from the school but in the series it's somewhere in the woods.
In this episode we learn that Noblet has a wife and three kids.
It is revealed that Chuck Noblet (Stephen Colbert) is actually a closeted gay and is already seeing the art teacher Mr. Jellineck. The two break up at the beginning of the movie.
The "Employee of the Month" pictured on the door inside the Sticky Bunnery is musician Beck. His song Sexx Laws is later heard over the ending credits/dance sequence.
This episode was meant to parallel actual goings on at Comedy Central - The show was being cancelled and replaced by a show called Strip Mall, though Comedy Central execs refused to be upfront about it.
Flatpoint High is being turned into a strip mall and some of the stores are a Sticky Bunerie, a Dry Cleanerie, and a Hot Dogerie.
Chuck is supposed to be applying gel deodorant, with sound effects included, but the adhesive cover is still on the stick so no gel could be coming out.
Things Jerri's posters cover up:
An Emergency Procedure for choking sign, The Pledge Of Allegiance, A copy of the Ten Commandments, and The Emergency Evacuation Plan.
Stew, the meat man, is married with two children.
In this episode, we learn that Mr. Noblet has son named Seamus.
In this episode we learn that Mr. Noblet collects Madame Precious dolls.
The three car wash girls weren't pretending to be cold, they were actually filmed outside in the snow wearing only bikinis.
This marks the first time you see Guy Blank move. First when he is hopping in the sack (before he's mauled) then at the end when he's dancing..
Kansas was asked to preform Carry On My Wayward Son for the credits but they declined, so the band with Mr. Noblet as the lead singer was filmed instead.
Jerri's Lesson Learned of the Episode
Jerri: I guess what I learned is that being a virgin is a wonderful and precious thing to hold on to. As long as it doesn't interfere with you having sex.
The sign outside of the school reads, 'Audrey Stapina is a whore.'
The writing on the girl's bathroom door reads, 'Don't deflower. Use donkey power.'
The new kid (actually an undercover cop) transfers in at the last day of school.
MMAD is the anti-drug group Mrs. Blank is hoting in the episode. It stands for Mad Mothers Against Drugs.