When Justin tells Alex to ask someone else why everyone is ignoring her, and then corrects himself to say there's no one around, there is a boy sitting on the bench in plain sight just a few feet away.
This is technically the second time Alex has earned a citizenship award. The first time being in "Don't Rain On Justin's Parade-Earth" when she was Mr. Laritate's deputy.
In this episode Mr. Laritate doesn't know what a text is but in "Art Teacher", Mr. Laritate says that the art teacher texted in her resignation.
This is the second time a character named "John Bender" is mentioned.
Mr. Laritate's first name is Hershel.
"Don't let Alex be a liar, the truth, the truth, is on fire"
"Truth, truth she used to know, now she becomes the old Russo"
A different "truth spell" was used in this episode as opposed to past episodes Alex's Choice and Wizard School, where the spell was "Some are evil, some are kind, but now all must speak their minds".
Theresa attended an all-boys high school.
Theresa: (to Alex) Hey, I heard everybody is ignoring you at school. I don't know whether to say I'm sorry or congratulations.
Alex: It's bad, Mom. What should I do?
Theresa: Oh... I wouldn't know; I was wildly popular in high school. But let me give it a shot. Umm. How 'bout you approach the most popular girl and ask her to get everyone to like you? Because that girl was me, and I get everyone to do whatever I said. So, that's what you gotta do. Find the "me" of your school. (gives Alex a thumbs up and leaves)
Alex: I am raising myself.
This is the second episode David DeLuise directed, and his first time directing while acting in the same episode. This episode was also written by David Henrie.
Jennifer Stone (Harper) does not appear in this episode, as it is mentioned that Harper is visiting her parents.
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