The music used in this episode was:
Rock The Boat (1973) by Hues Corporation.
Fez: Oh Kelso, I am sorry your girlfriend gives me action in the pants.
Kelso: Oh no, she doesn't.
Fez: Yes she does. She came up to me, and she said I was funny.
Kelso: Fez, sometimes when a girl says you're funny, it just means that you're funny.
Eric: Guess what buddy, there's a lesson in all of this. You know what that lesson is?
Hyde: The lesson is...
Eric (interrupting): Hyde why don't I just tell you what the lesson is? You dance with Mary Jane, you get your toes stepped on. That's right! Consequences my friend. Yeah, consequences. Now my car's gone, and Red's high as a kite.
Eric: Dad, you sold my car? How could you? Just what in the hell were you thinking?!
Red (while high): I thought I was helping because you're always saying how you need money.
Eric: For gas! For the car!
(Red and Kitty are both high)
Red: I am glad the plant is closing. It frees me up to do my own thing.
Kitty (laughing): You said do my own thing!
Eric: Hey, don't change the subject. You can't make "special" brownies in my parents' kitchen.
Hyde: Oh, no! I already made 'em! If only you had warned me sooner.
Eric: I'm serious.
Hyde: Relax. Sure, I'm making special brownies, but I'm also making regular brownies for the straight folks or losers.
Hyde: Brownies. I could make brownies. 'Cause people love brownies.
Eric: No they don't.
Hyde: Oh, they love my brownies.
Red: (while high) I remembered who I sold the Vista Cruiser to!
Red: I don't know, but I remembered! (turns to go upstairs)
Hyde: Wait, Red, think!
Red: I don't know, but maybe his name is on that check he gave me for the car.
Red: What a bitch-a-roony-doony!
Kitty (while high): You know what's beautiful? Fruitcake.
Kitty: (while high) You know what? For such a terrible grouch, Red is great in bed.
Red: Piece of crap?! That's a Vista Cruiser. You could literally... cruise, the vistas.
Starting with this episode, the scene transitions changed from essentially seventies-themed transitions (with smilies, flowers, singing pictures of famous people and, rarely, main characters in that context) or simple effects of burned film or ripped paper, to scenes with the main characters dancing, jumping or posing in front of fancy backgrounds. The transitions remained that way until the end of the series.
The theme song, which used to be performed by Todd Griffin in season 1, is now performed by Cheap Trick.
Lynsey Bartilson, the girl who played Tammy Sue, reappears later in the episode "Hyde Gets The Girl" as one of the stream of girls Hyde interviews. She also starred on the show Grounded for Life, which Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, and Wilmer Valderrama all guest starred on.
This episode has new opening credits. Lisa Robin Kelly now becomes a regular cast member as Laurie, and the adults are now seen singing in the Vista Cruiser along with the teenagers (except Kurtwood Smith as Red, who drives but doesn't sing.)
Hyde: Do you now or have you ever had any association with the Point Place Police Department?
This is an allusion to Senator Joe McCarthy's interrogation of supposed Communists during the 1950's who he would ask, "Do you now or have you ever had any association with the Communist Party?" Since Hyde is clearly anti-establishment, he references "The Man" in his disclaimer when serving special brownies.