According to the segment "Windmill Vandals," if the windmill stops turning, vandal ghosts will attack the farmhouse. In "Food of the Dragon," the windmill fell down and obviously stopped. But the vandals didn't attack.
How could the Chicken from Outer Space (who was sitting in the audience in "Aqua-Farmer") be unfried if he fried himself in the "Pilot" episode?
Muriel: Oh, Eustace, isn't it exciting?
Eustace: (After the dragon throws him out of his stomach) Well, it's about time!
"Aqua-Farmer / Food of the Dragon" was originally shown as a new episode of Courage on Scare-Toon Scare-Toon Frightdays.
Cartoon Network has "Food of the Dragon" listed on their website as "Feast or Fowl."
The segment "Food of the Dragon" says that there are two different kinds of dragons: Flying Dragons and Water Dragons. Flying dragons eat people, and water dragons eat fish.
Two other people were sitting in the audience: Rumpledkiltskin and the Chicken from Outer Space (unfried).
In "Aqua-Farmer," in the audience sits Di Lung, the Chinese Empress, Shirley, the peasant woman who appeared at the end of "The Quilt Club," Kitty, and Conway.
"Aqua-Farmer / Food of the Dragon" was originally shown on October 25, 2002 at 10:30 PM EST/PST. The episode, "Squatting Tiger, Hidden Dog / Muted Muriel" was shown (for the first time) a half an hour earlier.