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While messing around with the photocopier cow photocopies her udders and chicken copies his waddle.
The Red Guy's Role on C&C: Copy Fairy
The Red Guy'S Role on IMW: Interviewer
The Red Guy's Roles on C&C: Ivan Panced, Rear Admiral Floyd
The Red Guy's Role on IMW: Grocery Store Manager
The Red Guy's Roles on C&C: Dr. Hiney, Cheese War and Pig War starter
The Red Guy's Role on IMW: Bare-skinned rug
Boneless Chicken makes a brief cameo in "The Exchange Student" as Cow and Slappy's kite.
The Red Guy's Roles on C&C: Lance Sackless, Dr. Lackslack
The Red Guy's Role on IMW: Pantless Cracker Mom, Freddy Jr., Murray Jr., Wormy Jr.
In Who's Afraid Of the Dark Dad suggests that he used to be a women.
In "Who's Afraid of the Dark?", when Dad jumps up around Mom, he literally has two left feet.
In "Yard Sale", Mom and Dad said that they got Cow and Chicken from the organ grinder. (In this case, a man who grinds the organs of animals.)
The Red Guy's Roles on C&C: Ben Panced, Yard Buyer
The Red Guy's Role on IMW: President of Sacketchewan.
The Red Guy's Role on C&C: Interest Collector, Dr. Bottoms
The Red Guy's Role on IMW: Uncle Breezybum
Unlike most episodes, when The Red Guy plays Dr. Bottoms, he is actually seen as a good guy.
It is revealed in this episode that Chicken is 11.
When The Red Guy throws a brick through the window, he is acting out a common cliche that kidnappers do.
When The Red Guy plays the loan shark, he also appears as a cotton candy salesman and a car salesman.
In one scene when Cow and Chicken are at the table, Cow is on the right and Chicken is on the left, but in one brief scene they change sides, and then change back.
According to model sheets, Chicken comes up to about Cow's belly. So how is it when he gets swallowed by Cow, he's as small as enzymes?
Candi Milo was credited as a starfish and oyster, and Chick Vennera was credited as two sharks. Yet, there were no starfish, or oysters, or sharks in this episode.
Cow's science project that is taken out of the closet in "cow and chicken reclining" is the top halves of a man and a woman. This is a reference to their parents who are missing the top half of their bodies.
The Red Guy's Roles: Art Museum Tour Guide, Old Cartoon Star Prisoner.