Its hard to believe that with Jo's size change (even if she's proportionally the same as she used to be) that backing into the organ the same way would get the same results the first time.
Mums doesn't appear in his mummy form at all in this episode, still in his skeleton monster form from last episode. After this episode, he never displays such an ability again. Strangely, this rubber-suit, Grim Reaper-like monster form will later appear as a Magnavore monster-of-the-day, recolored green and called Evil Eye, in the episode "Big Bad Luck".
In this episode, Flabber reveals that, to summon the Beetle Bonders, the kids are supposed to whistle three notes (sounding like "bee-tle-borgs"). This was quickly dropped by the next episode, where they will merely shout for their Beetle Bonders, causing them to appear.
The end credits sequence features the first active appearance of Ghoulum, the usually inanimate statue of Hillhurst Mansion.
The monster in Drew's daydream (unnamed, though called "Hairball" by the Blue Stingerborg (he called him "Bug-Face" in the Closed Captions, which also referred to his actual name as being "Green Guy")) will later appear for real in the episode "The Revenge of Vexor" and as an alien reptile in "Space Case".
The Blue Stingerborg is the first and only BeetleBorg to appear in this episode, though merely as part of Drew's daydream.
This episode features the unofficial first appearances of the Scabs and Magnavore Jetfighters. They're merely products of Drew's daydream only. As such, the Scabs have hats and capes here they will lack when they fully appear debut next episode.
Visible among the many items in Zoom Comics here are the actual prop suit for the Power Rangers Zeo monster called "Staroid" (without his star backing) from the episode "The Shooting Star", and the repainted green prop used for the space craft of Bookala in "The Great Bookala Escape" from season 2 of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
The close-up shot of the comic page Drew reads has the Green Monster say, "Lemme hold your purse one time." and Blue Stingerborg reply, "I was defending myself. Defending my child!"
Roland and Jo act like the Green Hunter AV is something they've never seen before in the comics, yet it's featured on various back issues already.
The comic art of Jara lacks a cape, and she has blonde hair instead of her usual black.
The end credits sequence features Flabber frantically playing his pipe organ.
Mums spends only a few seconds in his mummy form in this episode, becoming unwrapped to reveal a skeleton monster beneath (who isn't even voiced by the same actor). Aside from this episode and next, he never displays such an ability again. Strangely, this rubber-suit, Grim Reaper like monster form will later appear as a Magnavore monster-of-the-day, recolored green and called Evil Eye, in the episode "Big Bad Luck".