Deborah Foreman has stated that this is her favorite of the films in which she's appeared, and the most fun she's ever had.

Penn Jillette and Teller filmed all of their scenes in one day over a sixteen-hour stretch from the early morning on September 13, 1985.

In the beginning of the film, when O'Brien (Sean McClory) pulls up to the restaurant to deliver the letter to Casey (Deborah Foreman), the act on the marquee next door reads "Penn & Teller". Penn Jillette and Teller have parts in the film.

The scene with Sam J. Jones running naked in the park was shot without permits.

David Beaird wrote the script in a week.

E.G. Marshall worked for only three days.

Shot in twenty-one days.

The original ad campaign prominently featured a Rolls-Royce in it, but had to be changed after the Rolls-Royce company threatened to sue on the grounds of copyright infringement.

The original title for this film was "A Class Act".

Deborah Foreman's more outrageous clothes were purchased at a thrift store.

Leland Crooke dyed his hair red.

Writer and Director David Beaird did a week's worth of rehearsal prior to shooting the movie.

A sequence in which Deborah Foreman thwarts an attempted rape was filmed, but ultimately cut, because it didn't fit with the lighthearted tone of the picture.

Leslee Bremmer's mother was present on the set.

Sam J. Jones (Battle) had no qualms about the extended nude scenes. In fact, the filmmakers said he was completely comfortable shooting these scenes and declined the offer to wear a "cock sock" to cover his genitals.

80's scream queen Linnea Quigley makes an appearance as a dancer in the background of the club scene with Penn and Teller.

Sam J. Jones' rear-view nude scenes here are in contrast to the front-view nude scenes shown eleven years earlier when he posed for a Playgirl centerfold.