This is the first time Cosmo and Wanda go against Timmy due to mind control. The second was in "Future Lost".
Vicky is the only one that was not cheering Timmy's victory in the belching contest.
This is the last episode in which Vicky and Tootie appear onscreen together until Merry Wishmas.
When Sheldon Dinkleberg lives in Dimmadome Acres, he has a mustache. He also calls himself Darlington and gives Mr. Turner some Dimmadome Acres milk.
In Latin America, this is the first episode to air on Nickelodeon.
Also, in the Latin American Spanish version of The Fairly OddParents, Mrs. Turner and Chester McBadbat's voices were changed again by Gladys Yáñez, due to the return of María Elena Heredia to Venezuela.
Also, In Israel, This is the first episode to air on Nickelodeon.
The title is a pun on the word, "Moving Day".
Anything that gets burped on by Timmy will grow wings and fly away.
People psychotically smiling while they are in a trance.
People trying to get other people (mostly Timmy) to drink the milk.
In the back and forth scenes between Cosmo and Wanda at the end of the episode, Tootie's legs can be seen behind them but she is almost as tall as Mrs. Turner.
The puddle of milk Timmy dropped changes size between shots.
Clearly, Cosmo and Wanda both wished up a wish for Mrs. Turner, but Da Rules say that fairies can only grant wishes to kids.
When the scene of everyone cheering to Timmy at the burp contest is shown, a lot of goofs were in the scene:
Tootie is drawn oversized as she was bigger than A.J. and Chester, even though in Boy Toy they are about the same size.