Logan was wet before he fell in the fountain. This is an error in the editing.
It is discovered that Dustin is better with the ladies then Logan in this episode. When Dustin starts forgetting what Logan taught him, his date doesn't ditch him like Logan's does.
In this episode, it finally becomes evident that Zoey likes Chase, although it has been clear that Chase likes Zoey right from the beginning of the series.
It is discovered that Chase has a dog named Chester.
"Girls Will Be Boys" is also a title for an episode of Full House.
Quinn has a pet snake named Marvin.
Quinn said that she could print out French Money if they wanted but there isn't a such thing as "French money." They use European money called Euros in France.
It is discovered that Quinn has an IQ of 177.
When Zoey and Logan are about to go on TV, the announcer says the show is called "He Says, She Says," but behind them on the sign it says "The Zoey and Logan Show."
The Star Wars films have been replaced by a spoof called "Galaxy Wars", so when Chase says "She's a little girl, not Darth Vader", it is an obvious plot hole, because Darth Vader is unlikely to be a part of "Galaxy Wars."
Dustin has his first kiss in this episode.
In this episode, it is discovered that Dustin doesn't see too well.
This is the second Dustin-centered episode.
Paul Butcher (Dustin) and Jennette McCurdy (Trisha) appeared together as siblings in the movie Hollywood Homicide alongside McCurdy's idol, Harrison Ford.
Quinn sprayed Michael and Logan all over the outside, so the underwear shouldn't have disappeared and they shouldn't have been naked.
Running gag: A "Quinnvention" works, but has an unintended side effect.
Michael and Logan get trash bags from a janitor closet so they can "streak" through campus without people seeing them when their clothes disappear. At one point, they run down stairs and Michael's trash bag goes up. The blue gym shorts he is wearing are visible.
Running gag: Everyone keeps thinking Chase is a magician instead of a vampire.
A season two episode of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, a Disney Channel Original Series, has the same title.
When Quinn is showing the poll. Nicole asks about the green thing, but all the bars clearly stated each campaigners' name, so it should have been obvious what it was.