- The episode title script cover and basic plot are a parody of "The Breakfast Club".
- This episode's title was frequently misspelled "The Runaway Club" by several sources.
- A total of 2.21 million households watched this episode.
- Linda's love of turtles is brought up again in this episode. She mentions this first in The Kids Rob A Train when introducing herself to Rick.
- In the promotional image for the scene when Linda says, "But they have Open-Toe Living". A cover to the brochure appears but in the final episode a list of magazines appear where the cover should be as if it was a page folded over.
- Principal Spoors appears for the first time in this episode but only from the neck down.
- The test in the trash Mr. Branca disposes of is graded 'F'.
- The magazines Bob and Linda ordered apparently did eventually arrive as Bob is seen reading Open-Toe Living in Sacred Couch.
- This is the last episode to feature Linda's shirt with two buttons. From Itty Bitty Ditty Committee on, her shirt has a v-neck collar.
- Jimmy Pesto is seen driving the minivan he won in the episode, Family Fracas.
- When Mr. Branca is describing being "dragged out on to the street," one of his fingers becomes see-through.
- Just before Sally produces the magazine brochure, her mouth disappears for a frame.
- When the kids celebrate their victory over Mr. Frond, Jocelyn appears colored lighter than usual (her skin, hair and clothes all look slightly faded).
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