• At the beginning of the episode, it says that Crocker has been hunting fairies since 1975. Crocker lost his fairies in 1972, when he began to be crazy about them. On the other hand, he may have just been obsessed with fairies since he lost his own in 1972 and did not start hunting them until 3 years later since he probably needed some time to prepare for fairy hunting.
  • The magical creatures on the section of the wheel are (clockwise from the top when it's first shown):
  • Real sea monkeys are shown in the episode, Please Don't Feed The Turners.
  • This is the only episode featuring the McPunchy Brothers.
  • Despite being a St. Patrick's Day themed-episode, this episode premiered on September 18, 2010 which is 6 months after March 17.
    • In addition to this, the episode was not shown on Nick or NickToons on St. Patrick's Day 2013 when Nickelodeon was celebrating this date.


  • Elvis Presley - Crocker' Wheel of Destiny says "Elvis" instead of "Elves", which refers to the late-singer.
  • Wikipedia - Crocker searches all about Leprechauns in Leprechapedia, which is a clearly take of Wikipedia.
  • The Who - One of the stores in Little Ireland is called "Baba O' Reilly's", which is a reference to the song, Baba O'Riley by The Who.

Running Gags


  • Although Crocker wanted the wheel to stop on Unicorns, there is actually no Unicorn section on the wheel.
  • When Wheel of Destiny goes to Leprechauns, Mr. Crocker is seen in the leprechauns' story, and when Mr. Crocker saw the story of Leprechauns, the Wheel of Destiny went back again to Women.

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