- Completely Different Title: In Finland, this movie was released as The Burger Kings, and in Poland it was titled Operation Hamburger. In Brazil, it's called The War of the Hamburger.
- Defictionalization: A real chain of GoodBurger restaurants briefly existed in New York in the mid-2000s.
- Edited for Syndication: Otis's line "I think I broke my ass" was redubbed as "I think I broke my tail" for TV broadcasts.
- Missing Trailer Scene: Some trailers had a man request a "Good Shake," which was followed by Ed literally shaking him.
- Prop Recycling: The Burgermobile is the Mirthmobile from Wayne's World with fast food-themed attachments. Yes, it's the exact same car.
- Star-Derailing Role: The movie didn't exactly help Kel Mitchell break into feature films and what little star power he had through television quickly fizzled out afterwards (it didn't help that he was already considered the weaker half of Kenan and Kel), though he's continued to have steady acting work.
- Unintentional Period Piece: The movie is pretty subtle about keeping its '90s release up to date. However, one thing that practically screams the '90s is that there's a Blockbuster seen from the window of Good Burger.
- What Could Have Been: Apparently, there was another possible sequel script written by Steve Holland called "Good Burger 2 Go", but Paramount turned it down for unknown reasons. The screenplay was instead turned into a novel.
- Written by Cast Member: Co-writer Dan Schneider portrayed Mr. Baily, Good Burger's owner.
Trivia / Good Burger