When Angela imagines a speech made to the campers from the previous year, she misquotes Sally Field's second Oscar speech in which she actually said: "I can't deny the fact that you like me, right now, you like me!" Field herself was making a humorous reference to dialogue from her role in the film she won her first Oscar for, Norma Rae (1979), but many people missed the connection. She later even parodied herself when she delivered the line in a Charles Schwab commercial.
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The script originally contained more elaborate deaths for the characters, which had to be changed for budget reasons. Herman was to have a flaming poker shoved into his crotch, with Angela proclaiming it "A wienie roast!" Also, Tawny and her entire news team were supposed to die in a fiery explosion after Angela cut the brake lines to their van.
One of the many elements cut due budget restrictions was Marcia's dog. Initially, Marcia brought her pet dog with her to camp. It was the dog that escapes the cabin at the end, not Marcia, and mauls Angela. Later while in the police car, when Marcia admits to Tony she has a boyfriend back home, but he "can come and visit." Originally his conciliation was that he could "keep the dog."