• In this episode, and in a few others, Doug Dimmadome's ten gallon hat is so tall that the top is never shown on screen no matter how far the scene zooms out.
  • Timmy is obviously "The Masked Stranger".
  • This episode is referenced by Doug Dimmadome in Channel Chasers.
  • According to what is said in this episode, nobody reads the manual.
  • This episode shows how easily Mr. Turner can be bribed as he gave Mr. Dimmadome the deed to Dimmsdale Flats when Mr. Dimmadome said he would trade the deed for eight bucks.
  • Since Timmy didn't meet his own ancestor, it is possible his trip into the past where he posed as the Masked Stranger was a temporal paradox, in which by going into the past with knowledge of the Masked Stranger, Timmy became the heroic figure, and was remembered for it, which is how he would learn of the Masked Stranger in his time.
  • In the german version, the two cowboys, who are talking to each other during the introduction of Dimmsdale Flats 120 years ago, are actually speaking.



The Lone Ranger with a deed with "B. Hartman" sign

  • Odd, Odd West - The title is a parody of the movie Wild, Wild West starring Will Smith.
  • Old West Computer - "Ya'll got a parcel!" - This is a spoof of the famous America Online quote, 'You've got mail!'.
  • Chester: "Bring it on, Wiley!" - Chester is referring to the classic Looney Tunes character, Wile E. Coyote, the coyote who fails to trap Roadrunner.

Running Gags

  • Someone saying "Nobody reads the manual".


  • Dimmsdale Flats is said to be the place where Timmy's Dad grew up, but in "The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker ", "Father Time" and "Timmy Turnip", it says this differently.
  • Mr. Turner would have suffocated because of having a bandage around the nose and he is nowhere else to breathe.
  • Why Mr. Turner didn't call Timmy "son" when Timmy gives him Dimmsdale Flats deed and says, "My dad"?

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