The Groovy Sisters! is a sequel to Celery Night Fever, The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie, The Chipmunk Adventure and Toy Story of Terror!
- This marks the first episode of Laura's redesign.
- This is one of the few VeggieTales episodes not to have music composed by Kurt Heinecke.
- This is the last episode Terry Crews joined production in the cast.
- Music from Josh and the Big Wall!, King George and the Ducky, Celery Night Fever, was used.
- Guessing that the events the Groovy Brothers broke up happened in 1975, and it was 38 years ago at the time, then the episode takes place at least in 2013. Which is about a year before it was release.
- Despite Phil Vischer's wishes not to use magic on the show, Lanny did perform some in the episode.
- This is one of the few episodes the Silly Song appears in one third of the run.
- The drawing Junior drew of Laura in the beginning was in her previous design.
- The DVD cover states it's around 45 minutes. But the entire episode runtime is 52. However, if you remove the runtime from the opening, Silly Song, and credits altogether, it's actually 45 minutes.
- This is the third time Bob and Larry had a written email since Larry-Boy's first episode.
- Jimmy and Jerry are mad when Larry ate their pie.
- Lanny and Dennis says it's been 38 years since the Groovy Brothers broke up.
- Junior saying he'll spray Bruce with anti gravity spray is similar what he did with Gourdon in Bully Trouble.
- One of the photos in Laura's scrapbook is Mr. Sly.
- The way Lanny treated his old friend is similar with heerluck and Watson's relationship.
- This is the first episode Khail had a supporting role in VeggieTales since Pistachio.
Real World ReferencesEdit
- The episode's title is a spoof on the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever.
- The entire story plot is similar to the 2011 Muppets Movie. There, a main character tries to reunite an old band back together so they can save a historic landmark from being torn up by a rich tycoon.
- The second record album in the credits is based after the Beatles' Abbey Road.