This kind of love is wrong
but you know it feels so right
Runnin' my hands across your cheeks
they're oh so smooth and white
so leave the light on baby
and unlock your back door
i'll be comin' through that way tonight
to love you for sure
4. During DuJour's plane crash (oh, sorry for the spoiler), Wyatt (Alan Cumming) tells the pilot to "Take the Chevy to the Levee." That's a reference to musician Buddy Holly, who died in a plane crash in 1959. "American Pie," a Don McLean song about the accident includes the lyrics "Take the Chevy to the Levee."
6. Oh, and that accident Tara Reid and her sign causes? It's a reference to Archie the comic book character, who's sadly getting the axe this summer. :(
7. Speaking of comic books? Blink and you'll miss this excellent line of dialogue. In the plane, the band's manager Alexander Cabot tells his sister, "I still don't understand why you're here." "Because I was in the comic book," she replies.
8. 90's couple Tara Reid and Carson Daly actually started dating after meeting on set. They didn't last though — the couple was donzo only two months after the film hit theaters.
11. As commentary on the film's consumer culture, producers plastered the film with product placement. More than 70 companies are featured including Target, Starbucks, Motorola, McDonald's, Coke, and more. None of the companies paid for any of the promotion.
12. Melody (Tara Reid) doesn't wear a single shirt with sleeves throughout the whole film. Ah, the days where I went to Wet Seal and bought bandana tanks.
13. Wyatt tells Josie she should be happy that people who used to hate her now love her and tells her "some people have to wait until their high school reunion." That's an inside joke about Cumming's other film Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion (1997), where Cumming's character Sandy Frink returns to his reunion with a new face and a whole lotta money.