- The script cover was released on June 19, 2015.
- On June 25, 2015, John Roberts uploaded a video to his Instagram account of Dan Mintz and David Herman recording their lines as Tina Belcher and Mr. Frond respectively.
- Despite admitting he could not sing in "The Itty Bitty Ditty Committee", Peter Pescadero is a member of the Hormone-iums.
- This episode was watched by 2.18 million households.
- In Tina's 1920s dream sequence, she is wearing her usual hi-top shoes under her dress.
- Fox's press release for this episode lists Samantha Shelton as voicing Dottie Minerva, a character previously seen in "The Kids Run the Restaurant" when she actually voices Angela in this episode. Angela's appearance, however, is identical to Dottie's except for her hair color and clothes. Her name was likely changed late on in production.
- First appearance of Gretchen since "Speakeasy Rider" in Season 5.
- Linda references the Commodore's hit "Three Times a Lady" when she auctions off the "wine shoe" to Gretchen.
- Bob's newspaper has a picture of Wonder Wharf on it.
- The movie Tina references where Meryl Streep makes croissants is It's Complicated, which Linda mentioned was her favorite Meryl Streep movie in "Stand by Gene", meaning it's likely they've seen it together.
- Signs in the window of Toe-Tanic Shoes include "HEEL THYSELF", "WE CARRY ALL SIZES 12+" and "Our Prices Are SINKING!!!", a reference to the fate of the Titanic ship referenced in the store's name.
- The Fischoeders' "money fight" is similar to one held by Mr. Burns and his assistant, Smithers in the Simpsons episode, "The Last Temptation of Homer."
- The glass bottle used during the spin the bottle game at Jocelyn's birthday party is a Fizzazz bottle, a soft drink brand seen many times in the series.
- The song Tina sings over the end credits is "Just What I Needed" by The Cars.
- On November 28, 2016, it was announced that Lizze and Wendy Molyneux had been nominated for the Annie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Writing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production for writing this episode. They later won the award making it the second consecutive year that the show has won the award after Steven Davis and Kelvin Yu won for "The Hauntening" the previous year.
- One of the pins in Tina's "Love" horse poster loses its color for a split-second when Bob enter Tina's room.
- When Mr. Frond says "Tina, line up", Angela's skin color isn't pale like it is in all other shots.