Mistake: In the beginning of this episode, Lucky says that he has had this job for twenty years. In Going Bonkers, he mentions that he was a cop for only twelve years.
Continuity goof: Gaps between McSlime's teeth change from scene to scene.
While in his Toon Detective act, during most of the episode, Bonkers was dressed up as Dick Tracy, Sherelock Holmes and Hercule Poroit.
The character Baby Hubert is a poke at Baby Huey.
In the series, the chief appears to be clueless every time the toons either appear or get mentioned. In the beginning of this episode, he thought that Bonkers was a cop as a cartoon star as his cover. In Toon With No Name, Lucky mentions several toon related things and the chief doesn't seem to believe it. But, we learn that in this episode that he is a fan of Bubba Bear and he even refers to him as a cartoon star.
During this episode, the toons go missing. But apparently, the only toon that was noticed to be missing was Bubba Bear. Bubba Bear's disappearance was the only one made into a case.
When Bonkers challenges The Collector to a duel; he sharpens his pencil fingers, look closely; in this scene, he has five fingers.
Mistake: When Lucky says, "Could I drop you off at home?" Bonkers says that he doesn't have a home because they took it away. But, we learn that in [i]Toon With No Name[i], Bonkers lives in a trailer.
While Lucky is in the elevator; reciting his speech and the chief comes in to show him the newspaper. Look very closely, on the top left side of the newspaper, there is a blob of Mickey Mouse (another Disney character.) In the next shot, that blob is gone and it is just an empty grey rectangle.
When Bonkers first meets Dyl and Marilyn, the picture on the wall behind his armchair changes between shots.
When Bonkers arrives at Wackytoon Studios, our attention is drawn to the giant sign with his face. When Bonkers is kicked out of the studio, the signboard looks different.
The first episodes that were produced were actually the Miranda episodes not the Lucky episodes
The character Bonkers originated in segments on Raw Toonage and Marsupilami.
For the most part of the episode, Mr. Doodles has five fingers. He is shown four-fingered only during the last scene in the sewers. However, since Mr. Doodles is a toon, he should have been drawn with four fingers during the whole episode. This is one of the most obvious animation goofs.
When the Collector sends Mr. Doodles to capture the "Bonkers" characters, you see him capturing the Mad Hatter and the March Hare. But they don't appear again (in this episode) after that scene.