Trivia: In the opening musical sequence when they jump out of the pool, the lady behind Austin can be seen laughing because her swim hat has fallen down.
Trivia: In the scene in which Felicity and Austin are in the jail cell in the volcano lair, Felicity opens her top and shows her breasts to the guard so to distract him. But if you look closely, the camera doesn't cut away quick enough and you can see her breasts for a split second. (01:10:46)
Trivia: In 1969, the President would actually have been Richard Nixon. However, since Nixon died in 1994, before either of the films came out, the president was changed.
Trivia: In the behind-the-scenes segment of "Goldmember," it said Felicity left Austin and married another man.
Trivia: As is often the case, the title for the film was changed in different countries, with some being humorously much more or much less "dirty" than the original title. Most notably, the title of the film in Singapore was briefly changed to "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shoiked Me" (which basically means "The Spy who Made Me Feel Good"), while Norway's title for the film translates to "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Ejaculated on Me."
Trivia: The original film had not yet been released in South Korea when this sequel was released. In order to compensate for this fact, South Korean prints of this movie were accompanied by a music video that had a subtitled summary of the events from the first movie. The original film was finally released the following year as a "prequel" entitled "Austin Powers Zero."