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In this episode Zoey, Lola and Quinn have a mini-fridge. But in the episode before, "Son of a Dean", Zoey's boyfriend Lance who is the dean's son gets them a regular sized refrigerator.
Stacey says to Logan that this was her first relationship. In "Quarantine" however, she has a boyfriend named Danifer.
This is yet another episode in which a "Quinnvention" works, but has an unintended side effect.
The 'great French perfume' that Quinn sprays Zoey with is called "Jambon", which is the French word for 'Ham'.
Goof: Chase and Michael would not have been able to open the trunk of the limo without a key.
When Zoey walks back into her room after leaving the limo, Lola is choosing a ring tone. She ends up choosing the song on the opening credits of iCarly.
The URL toonjuice.com redirects to Chase's profile on Nick.com.
Shane from Dance on Sunset appeared in this episode as the boy that delivers the message to Zoey when Dustin is at Dean Rivers' office wanting to go home.
This is the third time that Logan gets beat up this season.
In this episode, the fire alarm sounds different than it did in a previous episode - "People Auction."
In this episode, Michael tries to introduce two words: 'drippin' and 'flump.'
Lola's first kiss on the show is in this episode.
When Chase is looking at the old PCA yearbook, the name seen above Charles Galloway is Dan Schneider, the creator of the show.
When Lola and Lafe are heading back, they are taking the wrong path. From the camera's view, Lola came from the left trail, but on their way back, they take the trail on the right.
When Lola is chasing after Lafe while he is following the ducks, there is no log in her path. But when they head back, a log appears and Lafe trips over it.
Instead of Logan taking the necklace and causing Charles Galloway to go after him and the rest of the gang, he could have just taken a picture. This would have proved the legend was true just as well as having the actual necklace would have done.
It's a bit oxymoronic when Michael is making fun of Logan's 'famous' rib sauce that he would ask that if he were walking around in Bangladesh and asked a "Bangladonian" man if the rib sauce was famous. Bangladesh, being a dominantly Muslim country, wouldn't have people eating ribs because they are pork products, which are banned in the Muslim religion.
This episode isn't the last time that Lola questions why Quinn dates Mark. She also does it in the season four episode, "Trading Places."
Mark usually has a somewhat dull and quiet tone of voice. But in this episode, he yells a lot.
When Michael is drinking his "Blix Cow," Chase asks why Saturday mornings make him extra weird. Then when Zoey walks in a couple moments later, she says it is already past noon.
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child stars, pressures of high school, kids hijinks, Pre-Teens, young love