Here's a goof. Little Tootie is all grown up and wants to be called Dorothy. As hard as it is to believe, she has a daughter of her own! Dorothy is thrilled to show her daughter Main Street in Peekskill, but when she does, she shows her the theater where she used to perform but doesn't point out where Edna's Edibles and Over Our Heads used to be!
It was Beverly Ann that first suggested closing the store. In reaction, the girls insisted that Mrs. Garrett be contacted first. Even in her absence, this shows how important Mrs. Garrett is and continues to be to the girls.
Cloris Leachman (Beverly Ann) is dressed up like granny from "The Beverly Hillbillies", where she would later play that role of Granny in the 1993 movie of that show.
This episode has been shown on TV Land's Christmas marathon.
We meet Natalie's boyfriend Snake in this episode.
Richard Moll is better known as his character Bull on the 80's sitcom Night Court.
This is the second time the cast traveled internationally. The first time was in "The Facts of Life Goes to Paris", which was during Charlotte Rae's time on the series.
It was well known that Stacey's Character, Cinnamon, could have had her own spin-off series which would have include George Clooney, but Stacey's advisers looked for the star to pursue her singing career, not the acting.
Cinnamon's "Album" in the story is entitled, Color Me Cinnamon, which happens to be the same album cover as Stacey's smash album, Better Than Heaven.
This is the last appearance for George Clooney's character George Burnett who becomes one of Cinnamon's Groupies.
Stacey Perform's her other smash hit "We Connect"
This is Stacey Q's Last Preformance as Cinnamon.
If Andy had a relationship with his grandmother, why was he in the foster care system (and later adopted by Beverly Ann)?
This isn't the first time that Blair's father had issues with illegal taxes. When she was a student at Eastland, he was using Blair as an "employee" of his corporation for the tax benefit.
Why should Jo be left out? I mean, she was there when the three girls were still seen on the show. I mean, they licked envelopes together in the episode "Gossip".
Stacey Q., a then famous rock star, performs her then real-life smash hit song "Two Of Hearts" in the show, using "Cinnamon" as her name.
Stacey Q. makes her first of two appearances as her vivacious character, Cinnamon.
Jo caught Mrs. Garrett's bridal bouquet.
This episode was videotaped on March 17, 1986.
In this episode, Tootie's mom's name is Diane. In "Mother And Daughter," her name was Pauline.