Binky's song is called "Matalii ja Mustii" and is sung by Värttinä.
One of the rocker kids who are doing all the grafitti is a caricature of a character designer from his rocker days in the 1980's. Unfortunately, the voice director cast a girl voice for him.
Brain: Nancy Drew got criminals to confess by wearing attractive pastels.
Buster: Give it up Sleezix! I'm in Nadaville!
Buster: That song!
Fern: How can you think of music at a time like this?!
Buster: Okay, Binky wants us to make the riffle.
Buster: We need solutions.
Binky: So what have you found out?
Buster: I've nearly solved it, Binkly. Oh, and Fern thinks it's you.
Fern: I do not! It's so obviously it's you, it's obviously not you.
Fern: Were you spying on me?
Buster: Hardly foofoo. I do my best noodlework at high altitudes.
Buster: Hey, gopherball, whaddya know about the shenanigag on Binky?
Muffy: Just when I thought you couldn't possibly get any stranger.
Buster: Look's like Binky's taking a pancake fall.
Fern: Hoahhhhhhhhhh... Would you please speak English!
Buster: Brain, you know your goulash. Slobber a bibful, or Binky's going to clutch the gummy.
Brain: If you wanna know tomorrow's menu, it's posted by the cafeteria.
Buster: Hmmm, aha. Very interesting.
Fern: Can we move on?!
Buster: Listen, pinky-crooker. This evidence stuff is a wet smack. All you're gonna do is win the porcelain hairnet.
Fern: You distracted our witness! And what is that getup?
Buster: Don't blow a fuse, Tootsie. What's next?
Buster: I'll take over the Q & A. Okay, put me wise.
Buster: Pink chalk, used the by the graffiti...ist.
Fern: First rule of detecting, Buster: never sit on your evidence.
Buster: That's me. Buster Baxter: Private Eye in the City of the Strawberries.
Fern: Oh, pleeeease!
The Binky Song heard in this episode is on the Arthur soundtrack, Arthur and Friends.
At the beginning of the first episode, they do a spoof of the intro to Mystery!