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The reason Bo-BoBo's Fist of the Nosehair as a kid was nothing but snot was because at that age, his nosehairs didn't develop yet.
Bo-BoBo looks different as a kid than he did in episodes 1, 16, and, 21.
This is the first episode to start off with the theme song rather than a short recap of the previous episode by the narrator.
In this episode, we see Bo-BoBo, Don Patch, and Jelly Jiggler (while in child form) form a band. This is the same band we see in the opening credits.
Narrator: If Halekulani wants to throw his money around, he can always toss some my way. And that guy should get out of his money bath. If there are any bills in there, he could get a paper cut. And what of Bo-BoBo? Laugh it up, happy boys. However, glory is fleeting. You may have won this round, but an ugly blue figure with untrimmed eyebrows looms menacingly over your heads.
Nightmare: What in the world's this?
Don Patch: (surrounded by girls) This is my nightmare. (chuckles)
Nightmare: (hits Don Patch) I told you it's supposed to be a nightmare, not your dream come true!
Don Patch: One of those girls wasn't cute!
Jelly Jiggler: No one is allowed to touch my incredible, beautiful face!
Bo-BoBo: Have you had your eyes checked lately?
Beauty: Run! The guy with the horns is our worst nightmare!
Nightmare: I am not your enemy! Where'd you get that idea?
Bo-BoBo: It says so on your stupid helmet.
Nightmare: Oh? Hmm. (looks in a mirror; screams) You're right!
Don Patch: (thinking) I want him as my friend.
Jelly Jiggler: (thinking) I'm so handsome, I want me as my friend.
Bo-BoBo: (thinking) I wish I had a thought.
Bo-BoBo: (tries to crack open an egg) Aah!! His temperature's so high, it hard-boiled this egg! Now I'll have to have French toast for breakfast. Yuck!
Don Patch: But I don't speak French toast!
Beauty: What does that have to do with anything?!
Bo-BoBo: (reading title card) Episode 37: "Holy Guacamole Land Isn't Just for Breakfast Anymore!"
Bo-BoBo: Which ride should we go on first? (looks around) This one!
(Bo-BoBo, Don Patch, & Jelly Jiggler all run inside)
Beauty: Hey, guys, that's just the bathroom!
Narrator: I don't know about you, but I find this whole thing rather shocking. Apparently, Kane-Mahru is down for the count, and to the victor goes the spoils. He gives his "Best Boxer on the Train" ribbon to Bo-BoBo. Unfortunately, he was using that ribbon to hold up his pants.
Beauty: You're telling me Bo-BoBo defeated Kane-Mahru and all he got was a lousy sash?!
Narrator: Pop quiz. If train "A" is going 600 miles per hour, and train Bo is going 1,100 kilometers per hour, how long before my head explodes?
Kane-Mahru: I possess the greatest collection of striped poles in the world. You'll never defeat me, you yellow-afroed freak!
Bo-BoBo: I have to admit, that's quite an intimidating striped pole that you have there, mister!
Narrator: Now, I'm not one to say I told you so, but I told them three episodes ago that train was on the verge of flying off the handle or the tracks. But did they listen to me? No!
This episode covers volume 9 chapters 95 and 96 of the Bo-bobo manga.
The Bo-BoBo Rock-Paper-Scissors Fortune Telling event stops in this episode. The first time it appeared was in Episode 34: "Torpedo Girl: Man or Myth? Or Mythes?" However, it will be back in future episodes.
In the anime, Kid Jiggler's face went into pieces after his head blocked the machine. This was not included in the manga.
New Fusion- Kid/Incomplete BoBoPatch.
He is basically BoBoPatch only very bady drawn, and even the music that was used for the complete version was off-key. His voice is both Bo-BoBo and Don Patch combined in unison. Instead of using the Don Patch sword, he uses a badly drawn and jagged sword, which he used to make a powerful sphere to defeat Nightmare.
In the anime, paintbrushes came out of young Bo-BoBo's nose. In the manga, it was just two streams of snot.
In the anime, young Bo-BoBo attacked the young Jelly Jiggler with a fake wooden sword. This was changed from a violent scene in the manga where Bo-BoBo stabbed him with two real swords.
The second attraction that was blown up by Halekulani, was called "The Forest of Kappa (Cucumber)." Even though the sign in the anime is Japanese, the name is told in the dubbed manga.
In the anime after the explosion, the egg became hard-boiled because Don Patch was having a fever. In the manga, however, he said it was because of the explosion.
In the anime, in the first building they go into, there is a man telling about a fan. In the manga, it was the "Old Goldfish Man Show" which just had the man swinging around a fish.
Bo-BoBo was a samurai
Don Patch was a hit man
Jelly Jiggler was a pretty boy
It appears Jelly Jiggler's worst nightmare is becoming tofu.
Narrator: They went to the second star to the right and straight on till morning.
This is how they got to Neverland in the movie, Peter Pan.
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