During the maze scene when Arthur thinks his shadow is moving, he falls backwards, but in the next shot, he falls through a maze wall tearing it up.
The sorcerer has a different voice when Arthur gives him the sword.
Buster: Well that's it, we've lost for sure now. Might as well get something to eat.
Francine: Eat? You just had six pies!
Buster: I feel empty inside...
Muffy: (An unnamed rival student who looks like Muffy serves to Muffy in a game of Middle Ages tennis. It breaks easily through Muffy's racket) Huh?! This isn't a regulation tennis ball - it weighs a ton!
Rival Student: It's what they played with in the 16th century, like this racket.
Muffy: That piece of junk? It looks like it could have been used by Henry VIII.
Rival Student: It was used by Henry V. He was my great-great-great-great-great-great-uncle.
Mr. Ratburn: Stick with your partner, and take notes on all the historical details. They'll be useful when we compete in the games.
Vendor: Get your haggis here! Fresh haggis! Two for a dollar!
Buster: (Writing) Haggis, two for a dollar...What's haggis?
Episode B's title is a take off of the the novel The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King.
In RotK, Arthur's gang is pitted against a group of kids who have similar appearances, but different animal species.
The title of the story "The Return of the King" is a reference to the famous book of the same name by J.R.R Tolkien.
The Return of the King is based on the fact that King Arthur pulled a real sword out of a stone in the Middle Ages. History repeats itself and Arthur Read pulls a sword out of a stone on the field trip.
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