- Germans Love David Hasselhoff: A non-international example, but one of the show's writers, Larry Di Tillo, noted that the show's highest ratings were in Dallas, which surprised him.
- He Also Did:
- Screwed by the Network: The show's time slot was switched around with more popular shows such as Pee-wee's Playhouse and Muppet Babies (1984) leading the show appearing in later time slots being presented for CBS sports events leading the show to not find a proper audience and its eventual cancelation. Although the show has gained a cult following for its clever ahead of its time writing and its animation quality.
- What Could Have Been:
- The show originally took place on Earth in the future, but it was changed to outer space instead.
- There were plans to make a second season of the show, but it never came to be since the show ended up getting cancelled after just the one season. A layout for one episode would've involved food fight that split the school into two sides and would've escalated into a civil war within the school. The would-be second season also would've explored more of a romance between Aimee and Doyle.
- A Live-Action Adaptation of the show was planned in 1996 and optioned to both DreamWorks and Paramount, but it has not yet seen the light of day.
- Working Title: High School 2525.
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