The number of seats in Fusilli's stage constantly changes. Sometimes there are three, other times there are up to five.
(Courage gives Little Muriel his last bowl of mac 'N cheese)
Little Muriel: There that's good! (flips mac 'N cheese on Courage) I hate mac 'N cheese!
News Reporter: The toranado problem is all over... now all we have to worry about is that giant tidal wave!
Little Muriel: I'm thirsty, I'm hungry, I'm dizzy... I'm nauseous... I'm gonna hurl! I'm gonna blow chunks!
(Little Muriel drops chair on top of Eustace)
Little Muriel: Ooopsie! (laughs)
Little Muriel: That's muh name! Don't wear it out!
The Great Fusilli: Oh no, it's a Phantom!
The Great Fusilli: Now you will belong to Fusilli like the other stars! Ha ha ha!
Little Muriel: Less macaroni, less cheese! More macaroni AND more cheese! TOO MUCH MACARONI! (throws plate on Courage's face) I hate macaroni and cheese.
Little Muriel: I'm hungry, I'm hungry, I'M HUNGRY!!!!!!
(Little Muriel is running around the plane)
Woman In Plane: I can't take it anymore! (jumps off the plane)
Pilot: I can't take it anymore, either! (gives Courage the pilot hat and jumps off the plane)
Muriel: Hi, I'm Muriel. I'm only three and a half years old. Who are you?
Little Muriel: I wanna go to the candy store! I wanna buy a toy! I wanna watch TV! I wanna go to the zoo! I wanna go swimming! I want a new doll! I want a new front tooth! I want a tea party! I want a party dress!
Courage: I know I'm not gonna like this.
The music at the beginning from "The Great Fusilli" will be re-used in "Profile in Courage " and "Cabaret Courage".
Character Debut: The Great Fusilli.
At the end of "The Great Fusilli," Muriel and Eustace stay as marionettes.
In "Little Muriel," the man on TV dancing with the banana in his ear is the creator of Courage, John Dilworth.
This is the last episode written by Irvin S. Bauer.
Season 1 finale.
In "Little Muriel," the pilot looks exactly like the captain from "Klub Katz."
The Great Fusilli
Fusilli is a type of twisted pasta.
The Great Fusilli
The name of the villain Great Fusilli is likely based on the world famous, deceased illusionist-magician Harry Houdini's nickname: Great Houdini.
Courage: The Phantom! The Phantom!
When Courage is covered in white stuff, and Fusilli sees him, he screams, "The Phantom! The Phantom!" This is similar to the old play called, "Phantom of the Opera."