At the beginning of the episode, Chip is wearing his jacket. But after the pressure cooker explodes in HQ and he says, "Maybe we can send out for pizza", he's not wearing it.
Continuity blip: When the news bulletin concerning the disappearance of the monuments shows that the sphinx is missing, we see plain sand. It was shown in 'Throw Mummy from the Train' that there is a pit containing diamonds underneath the statue.
When Chip tells Gadget she didn't have to kiss Dale his nose was big and red.
How would a jet stream fly the Rescue Rangers halfway around the world? I know it's only a cartoon, but even I have my doubts about this.
At the beginning of the episode, Monty says they are in England to look for his roots. However, they apparently flew to Ireland by mistake.
This episode was released on Chip 'N' Dale Rescue Rangers Volume Two.
Although Chip says that Cassandra was wrong about her predictions when he survives the adventure, Cassandra was right on all of them. Like Gadget said, she did not mean the elephant's trunk, but the pirates trunk. "then, all is darkness" must have been seen by her from Chip's position who was hiding in a probably dark hole in the floorboard. The slashing throat motion and noise was mimicked from Abbadabba, who did the same, probably having noticed the trunk falling towards Chip or believing the Rangers inside would die from that fall. Finally, when Dale and Chip see Cassandra again to confirm what she saw, Dale exclaims Chip is his best friend. Cassandra replies that she saw that to. This means she saw what happened after Chip was rescued from his hole when Dale pounced on him calling Chip his best friend. Why Cassandra did not realize this meant Chip was still alive after all or why she withheld that part from the Rangers is unknown. Perhaps she did not even consider that everyone thought it would end fatally.
Chip keeps a photo of Gadget in one of his jacket's pockets.
Professor Nimnul's lab is located on the same building as Gribish Kitchen Appliances, as seen in the episode "The Luck Stops Here".
Even though the episode's title is a question, there's no question mark.
The Plunge O' Matic prototype is made up of tinker-toys, a cookie pan of some sort, and of course, Plungers.
The Ranger-mobile is made up of a skateboard, a fan, a cork, a wind up key, and a battery.
When Butch the dog says that Tom is saving Freddie in the sewer, his owner somehow understood him. But in "Dirty Rotten Diapers" it is revealed that humans can't understand animals speak.
The switch is taken off of Tom by Fat Cat but later on it is back on Tom when it should not be there and then in another scene it is off again.
Continuity goof: When Gadget tells Chip "You can't blame (Tom the robocat) for what Fat Cat did.", her sleeves are rolled down.
The title is a play on the phrase "A wolf in sheep's clothing."
Continuity Error: When Sewernose disarms Dale in their swordfight, he shreds Dale's costume. But at the end of the episode, Dale's costume is intact again!
This is the first episode in which Gadget blushes. While pretending to be a puppet, Gadget accidentally gets tangled up with a soldier marionette. As she looks up, she realizes she is in the soldier's arms, causing her to blush. Gadget would turn red with embarrassment a number of other times during the show but this was the only time it was not caused by her crush on Chip.
Sir Colby tells the Rangers that the Crown Jewels of England that are on exhibit are fake and that the real ones are being kept hidden on a secret room, on one of the towers. This is a nod to one of many stories surrounding the Crown Jewels and the Tower of London, that go back to the early 19th century.
When Monterey Jack offers Dale a piece of parsley, Dale's nose turns black.
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