Mr. Floppy makes a reference to "That 70's Show" in this episode. After Unhappily ended, Geoff Pierson starred in "That 80's Show" created after 70's proved successful.
Initially, the script included a Mr. Floppy rant against a USA Today reviewer who'd panned the show. When calmer heads (probably legal ones) prevailed, the rant was replaced by the Jack/Floppy rap "Hate the Man."
Tiffany and Barbara want to get into college,but they still
dress like tramps during their interviews. You would think they would dress in more respectable clothes.
When Tiffany,and later her Mom & Dad are surfing,the background of the ocean is obviously fake.
The name of the school Ryan and Tiffany attend went through some name changes.
It is listed for this episode as Howe High, and the schools logo is an indian with his hand up in the typical "How" greeting. The indian is also smoking a pipe.
Later in the series it is shown as Priddie High. And later still it reverts back to Howe High.
Possibly the name is a play on words, with a drug reference (recall the indian is smoking).
Howe High = How High?
Priddie High = Pretty High!
Miss Taylor is played by Jessica Hahn.
At the time of this shows production Jessica Hahn was the partner of Ron Leavitt, the shows Producer.
Hahn originally came to public attention as the secretary who was sexually involved with a TV preacher. The scandle resulted in the preacher losing his position, and led Hahn into the public eye.