- Narm: Hearing Pink Lady singing "MacArthur's [sic] park is glowing in the dark" produces more giggles than it should.
- Older Than They Think:
- The show wasn't the first time Pink Lady had a show about them, let alone a variety one. In Japan, they were big enough to have their own anime series (though curiously they didn't voice themselves or sing the theme songs).
- It also wasn't the first time Mie and Kei had a go at cracking the U.S. market. As early as 1978, they were releasing songs in English and playing Las Vegas in a bid for a U.S. record deal. The following year they released a self-titled album featuring the disco single "Kiss in the Dark," which managed to crack Billboard magazine's Top 40 and also chart in Canada (and went all the way to #1 in Hawaii). This proved to be inopportune, as disco music was entering its death throes and would be more or less a twitching corpse at the time PL&J aired.
- Retroactive Recognition: Jeff Altman later went on to be the in-house comedian on Solid Gold. In addition, Jim Varney was an ensemble player on PL&J before hitting it big as Ernest P. Worrell later in the decade.
- Values Dissonance: The Agony Booth had a field day with this one. For instance, in the premiere episode, Jeff says that he thinks Mie is attracted to his "sexy round eyes".
YMMV / Pink Lady and Jeff