The table read for this episode took place on a Thursday (July 2, 2015) rather than a Friday. This was due to Independence Day (July 4) falling on a Saturday which meant the federal side of the holiday was observed on Friday, July 3, so Bento Box's offices were closed.
The title is a reference to the movie Bye Bye Birdie.
The amusement parks being visited on Boo Boo's solo tour are; Danger Creek, Wooly Rapids, The Zippy Zone, Sun 'n' Slide Funpark, California Island and Wonder Wharf.
Boo Boo leaving Boyz4Now to start a solo career was most likely inspired by the departure of Zayn Malik from British boyband One Direction in March 2015, a few months before the table read for this episode. Malik has since launched his own solo career.
A total of 2.31 million households watched this episode.
The advertisements the kids put up for obtaining E-mail addresses include; "Let us guess your email", "Email yourself thin", "One weird trick for getting more email" (a reference to a form of clickbait advertising) and "Emails for whales".
This is the first episode where Jimmy Pesto says "Zoom!" in broadcast order. He more formally introduces it in "Glued, Where's My Bob?" where he states that it's his new thing.
Instead of fading into the episode, the opening sequence suddenly jumps to a breaking newsflash on Wagstaff School News, mimicking as if a real newsflash were to appear.
Gabe Liedman makes his second guest appearance on the series in this episode, voicing Robin. Curiously, his name was not listed on Fox's press release, his name does, however, appear listed on the end credits. He had previously voiced Douglas in "Two for Tina."
The search engine Louise uses to search Boo Boo is 'Yahoogle', a parody of Google and Yahoo! Previously mentioned in "The Unnatural."
Jimmy Pesto impersonates Al Pacino portraying Tony Montana in the 1983 movie, Scarface when he invites the crowd of people into his restaurant after unveiling the fake plaque.
When the shot zooms in on Tina in the classroom the kid sat in front of her also appears sat at the back of the classroom.