When Eric shows his butt it's censored, but during the taping he's just wearing flesh-colored underwear.
The music used in this episode was:
Luckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics Of Love) (1977) by Waylon Jennings;
(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty (1976) by K.C. & The Sunshine Band.
Jackie: Yeah, I got it... in the ghetto.
Hyde: Jackie, there's no ghetto here. There's like that one house that needs to be painted.
Hyde (to police officer): What are you doing man? The bag's mine. C'mon cheerleader (points to Jackie), dirt bag (points to himself).
Hyde: Man, I've got no idea about what's gotten into Jackie. (imitating Jackie) Steven, let's hang out. Steven, let's go to the mall. Steven, Steven! (stops) My life's a living hell, you know.
Eric: Donna, mooning isn't something you just do.
Hyde: No, mooning's not something you just do 'cause you got no ass!
Donna: It's okay, I mean I hated you too.
Jackie: Yeah, that's 'cause you were a big goon.
Jackie: Goon! See, we're closer than ever.
Hyde: Jackie, please. I'm right in the middle of Smokey and the Band-Aid, okay?
Hyde is reading a MAD Magazine; MAD is famous for its parodies of popular movies and television shows. However, the issue that Hyde is reading is the June, 1976 one, and the movie Smokey And The Bandit (being parodied) was not released in the United States until May, 1977.