In the same scene, there was a dog over a dog' house which resembles Snoopy.
The Loch Ness Monster - The Loch Dimmsdale Monster is a spoof of Nessie, an elusive, mythical creature that's rumored to be hidden in Scotland's Loch Ness.
Charlies's Roastbeef - At the end, Crocker and his robot son go to a restaurant called "Charlie's" which is an obvious reference to the Colombian restaurant.
How could they've re-built the Dynamite Museum so fast? And who would be stupid enough to think it was a good idea to rig-it-up?
It was severely out of character for Wanda to have gotten so mad at Timmy even though it was clear he'd risked his life to protect Poof, however he again did put his guard down, and try to do fun (and dangerous) stuff with Poof, similar to Mission Responsible, but Wanda should not have been allowed to poof Timmy to the alligators as punishment since fairies have to keep their godchildren safe, not put them in danger on purpose. However it is possible that fairies can do something like that as a form of punishment to their godchildren if they believe their godchildren have done too many things that are too dangerous and Wanda probably knew Timmy would survive being beaten up by alligators since Timmy has been beaten up many times throughout the show and survived.
When Mr. Crocker says "Wow, babies float!", the captions say BABY'S in place of BABIES, as in "Wow, Baby is float!", or as in "Wow, the float of Baby!"
Mr. Crocker's candle was blown out at the beginning, but he blew it out again when he wished for an heir.
Rabies is a disease of the mamamlian nervous system. Alligators are reptiles, and thus can't suffer the afflcition.
A stork pecking someone's head, and that someone saying "No, Storkie!".
Timmy mistaking something round and purple for Poof while at the same time getting hurt.
The Crock-Bot 9000 attacking Crocker and disobeying his orders.