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The first time green slime appeared on the series. Would soon become one of the show's trademarks.
This episode marks the first time in a long tradition when someone is slimed for saying "I don't know". The first cast member to say those immortal words with gooey results is Jim Stechyson.
The music video of the Commadores was really a clip from the 1978 movie "Thank God, It's Friday!"
Lisa Rudy gets slimed a record 6 times in this episode!
During Jim's slime scene, Nasti hits himself with the whip.
During the first phone-in contest, Jim talks about the prizes, and when he gets to the hat, he puts it on his head. When he takes it off, he says "Oh, That's RIGHT! There WAS something inside!" when he notices the gift certificate inside the hat.
Notice Lisa says "I Don't Know" when she was at Barths but she doesn't get slimed.
The water and pie both missed Christine on this episode. The water mostly fell on her lap and the pie only hit the left side of her face.
Listen closely at the end of the program, as Ross tells each of the other kids they ranked the same number as the one they wore. Christine, formerly wearing 872, "got zero votes," says Ross, "So you are 873." Obviously, Ross misspoke.
This is the first episode to feature Doug Ptolemy.
Alaisdair Gillis' first appearance on the show.
In one of the link scenes, Martin says he's listening to water music. Christine ends up getting watered dumped on her when she says water music? yet Martin doesn't get water dumped on him.
Christine says wet stuff when explaining green slime to Vanessa, yet no water gets dumped on her. However, she does say "soak the host" and gets watered on.
Before Lisa gets slimed, notice everyone in the classroom is ducking and hiding thier heads; thus anticipating Lisa getting slimed.
This is Daryl Lucas' last episode as Zilch.
Christine's leg cast switches places throughout the show.
During the locker jokes, Lisa accidentally hits Alasdair in the head with the door of her locker.
Lisa's hair constantly switches from permed to straight throughout the duration of this episode.
Ross uses the name "Mastercharge" even though the credit card had been renamed MasterCard a few years before.
When Korbett Matthews wishes for "clothes of my own that don't wear out," the Genie of the Electric Lamp leaves Korbett with no clothes on his back. So how come there's still some clothing in the background of his bedroom?