In Bot-ily Harm, the red robotic vacuum cleaner appears out of nowhere.
In the "Anger Damagement" segment, the guys are watching footage from the "Big Person, Little Death" segment from episode "Putting A Happy Face On Death".
The mountain used in "Ball 'n Pain" is the same in "Back Broke Mountain" in the episode "Come On, Get Deathy".
During the intro to the second way to die, Tucson is misspelled Tuscon.
During the first story the narrator explains, "...as the plane climbed out...", while an airplane's moving altimeter is shown. However, the altimeter shows the airplane in a descending attitude, not a climb.
This is the second episode of the series to be given the title "Cure for the Common Death", though it should be noted that the first would be part I and this would be part II.
Towards the ending of the Dead Eye story, one of the male students is seen using his cellphone to take a picture of the now dead physical education teacher. However, the story is set in 1993, and the kind of cellphone was only in the test phase at the time. The idea of a cellphone taking pictures didn't become a part of everyday life until later on in the 1990s and into the 2000s.
The wood chipper that proves fatal to Dale is called BEERS MODEL 65, named after the show's creator Thom Beers.
Despite being part of the same season, this episode has a completely different design from how it is done in the vast majority of later episodes starting from the intro, which has more of a comic book style look, to how each "Way to Die" segment is displayed in which the font is much smaller and separated from the background with a yellow shaded box.