The scene in which Rosalie Mullins Joan Cusack refers to herself in the "bitch" while driving with Dewey initially included a make-out session cut from the movie. Black explained that the peck on the cheek was cut because that would have “just hung there” for the entire movie.

Because once writer Mike White decided to move into a residence next to Jack Black, he developed the inspiration for the film. White would frequently find Jack Black attempting to run naked through to the halls or blowing much of the soundtrack from the film at max volume.

Jack Black recorded himself trying to sing before a large crowd, pleading with Led Zeppelin to want them to use the piece of music in the film. They were successful, and the music was used in a scene in which Black sings over the song as it plays on the radio in the van that he uses to carry his students.

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