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.
Diane Scanlon was oblivious that her 1980 demo "Suburban Nights" was prominently featured until three decades after the film was shot. Although the finale song, "We're a Miracle," was credited to her, Scanlon was not the singer.
What are you reading, Susie? 'You Are What You Chew.' When are you gonna give up on this health food bullshit?
Susie: I happen to believe my body is a sacred temple.
Joan: Gina's body is more like the corner store... open 24 hours.
Gina: Well at least mine's not a ...
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.