Avan Jogia (Beck) was absent in this episode.
There were few scenes of Jade in this episode but not much because Beck wasn't in the episode.
Robbie is Jewish.
Tori is half Latina.
The place where Tori's locker is was not in the previous episode. The locker that is to the right of it was in its position in episode 1.
During the interstitial just before the scene where Tori has a pink stripe on her locker, her final locker design (with "Make it Shine") can be seen briefly.
Tori, André, Robbie, Cat, Beck, and Jade are in tenth grade. Also, Trina is a year older than Tori.
On the second shot between major scenes of Tori updating her Twitter-like page, two spaces under Tori you can see the icon of DanWarp with the name by it, along with the message "hates blatant self-promotion ; )". DanWarp is the online name of the creator of Victorious, Dan Schneider.
The line written on the white board in Mr. Sikowitz's class in the last scene is an old theater line, "Theater is life, film is art, television is furniture."
In the second between-scene shot, right below Tori, you can see Jaxiecat asking for more cat food. Jaxiecat is the cat of Dan Schneider, creator of this show.
On the first between-scene shot three spaces below Tori you can see Hungry Girl making a comment about pie flavors. Hungry Girl is the wife of the show's creator, Dan Schneider.