In this episode, Timmy is being called Vicky by Adam West , though in later episodes he calls Timmy by his name instead of Vicky (though he may have figured out Timmy's real name after this episode). Also he called Timmy Vicky while they were tied up, but earlier he said on the fourth to last day to Timmy "Hi Timmy! See you in three days." It is possible however he briefly forgot at the former point since he is shown to be forgetful occasionally (he told Timmy to bite on the second pouch on the belt which was supposed to be cat litter, but that was pepper gas).
Beginning in October 14, 2010, the image of Mr. Turner saying "Dinkleberg..." has become a meme.
In Latin America, Mr. Turner's voice was changed, due to his voice actor, John Acosta, was retired from dubbing to form his own recording and dub studio called MCX Communications Inc., for address dubbing. He was replaced by Eduardo Wasveiler, which is the current Mr. Turner's voice in the Latin American Spanish version of The Fairly OddParents. Mrs. Turner and Chester McBadbat's voices were also changed in this episode, due to his voice actress, Gladys Yáñez, returned temporarily to Venezuela, being replaced by María Elena Heredia, who subsequently, return to Venezuela and was retired from dubbing, marking the return of Gladys Yáñez for make Mrs. Turner and Chester McBadbat's voices since the episode, "Mooooving Day".
People telling Timmy's dad that only women can compete in the Miss Dimmsdale-pageant and Mr. Turner protesting that men should be able to compete in it as well.
A scene just showing a person and a swirl.
When we see what people do if they were mayor. The person is shown on a chair forcing somebody to turn a wheel while the city is in burning ruins and while the person is laughing maniacally.
While Cosmo and Wanda were disguised as cats at the beginning of this episode, their black pupils were missing.