The music used in this episode was:
What's Your Name (1977) by Lynyrd Skynyrd;
Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours (1977) by Peter Frampton;
Count On Me (1978) by Jefferson Starship.
Kitty: Okay, what happens when you eat fast?
Bob: I get gassy.
Kitty: Right. Ok well, our relationship works the same way. When it grows too fast, it.... it gets gassy too. And.... and, and then bad things happen and people leave the room.
Fez: You know, I really love things with holes. Swiss cheese, donuts, inner tubes.... I don't know what it is about a hole, it just feels good.
(Donna is putting on blush)
Jackie: Oh, honey. It's blush, not spray paint.
Fez: Oh, Eric. Let me just say I'm sorry.
Eric: For what?
Fez: I can't tell you. Hey, but if you were to guess that Casey's taking Donna to a honeymoon suite, I'd say good guess.
Eric: Wait, Casey and Donna got a motel room?
Fez: Yeah, but hey, look at the bright side, Donna and Casey may be doing it, but at least they're doing it in a vibrating, heart-shaped bed. If you see what I mean.
Jackie: Michael, it was one guy from work. And I've told you, I'm sorry. God, how long are you gonna keep throwing that in my face?
Kelso: Well, how long are you gonna keep throwing your face in other guys' faces? Wow, that was clever.
Jackie: Michael, Phil's the guy who delivers the sausage.
Kelso: You tramp!
Jackie: No, idiot. He brings food to our store. He's our sausage guy.
Jackie: Well... how do you feel about his hair?
Donna: Love it. Lots of body.
Jackie: And his body?
Donna: Love it. Lots of hair.
Jackie: How about his car?
Donna: I love it. Trans-Ams kick ass.
Jackie: So, hair, body, and car... the big 3. The Holy Trinity of Love.
Jackie: Okay, boys, I brought cheese samples from work.
Hyde: What's wrong with 'em?
Jackie: Nothing. Well, they were in the trash.
Fez: Hand it over.
This is the final appearance of Leo (Tommy Chong). His disappearance is later explained in Season 5's "The Battle of Evermore".
This episode didn't have any opening credits.