- Apparently, moron is not allowed to be said on radio. It can only be said on TV.
- This episode was aired out of order because Nickelodeon USA aired on August 1, 2003, but the episode was aired in Australia on February 8, 2002 since it was postponed.
- The line "I am your father" spoken in a deep voice is a reference to Star Wars.
- Notice that Chester said "Luke" instead of "No," in the Star Wars reference. This also references the common misquote of Darth Vader's "No, I am your father".
- Double T's voice is actually the same voice of Cosmo in a familiar Star Wars parody in Abra-Catastrophe!
- Chester: said a familiar line in Abra-Catastrophe: "I am your father." It was also said by Cosmo in the Star Wars parody: "I am your father. Your godfather."
- The lyric: "Red haired witches in our neighborhood" could be a reference to the Spanish Roberto Gomez Bolaño series El Chavo del Ocho.
- People telling Vicky that she stinks.
- People being warned that moron is illegal to be said on radio and that it can only be said on TV.
- At the beginning of the episode, Timmy was painting the Turner's house, but later he was painting the McBadBat's house instead.
- At the end of the episode, the Turner, McBadBat, and A.J. family go in one buggy car, but in the next scene, each family goes in a buggy car.
- During Vicky Free Summer, in one scene, Vicky throws the radio to the window and it then goes directly to her, pushing her into the boat jar. In real life, Vicky would not fit in the jar.
- During Vicky Free Summer, when Timmy Turner, Mrs. Turner and Mr. Turner say "Cowabunga!" the captions say "Tell it, brother!".