PG-13 | | Comedy, Music
An all-female rock band and a group of "well-endowed" sorority sisters team up to save a sorority house slated for condemnation by the university.
The diner that the Splitz sing "Suburban Nights" in is Rosie's Diner, which was featured in a long-running series of popular Bounty Paper Towel commercials starring Nancy Walker.
Oh God, let this hallucination go on forever and I promise I'll never pay my income tax late again!
During the strip-basketball game, Midge is seen wearing a T-shirt with sunglasses and lips on it, then an entirely different outfit, and suddenly she's in the T-shirt again.
Diane Scanlon is credited for singing the finale song, "We're a Miracle," but she's not the actual performer.
After the initial release with an R rating, the film was re-cut and retitled Splitz with a PG-13 rating, for home and a few international markets.