Near the end of the show, Jackie says of the "two nots", ". . .they're not green or not a creature. . ." They are, in fact, not green and not creatures. It would ordinarily be a minor flub, but since one of the major concepts of this episode is the difference between "or" and "and", it's a very annoying error.
Matt's Girl Edit:Either way you slice it,the show's still funny,even IF the logic can be off sometimes! Even math geniuses make mistakes!
This is the first appearance of Baskerville.
Cybersite: The Forest
For Real Clip: A Pizza to Go with Gross Anchovies
Math Topic: Logic
Delete: He's adorable! I'm gonna hug him & squeeze him & call him "George."
This phrase was previously used in a Bugs Bunny cartoon called "The Abonimable Snowrabbit."
Baskerville: My name is Baskerville.
One of Sherlock Holmes' adventures, as penned by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was called The Hound of the Baskervilles, and featured a legend involving a demonic dog. When Hacker seeks an "evil and cheap" henchman, the one he finds is a canine-headed hunchback called "Baskerville".
Cybersite Clearinghouse employee: We are the Cybersite Clearinghouse Prize Patrol. Hold on to your socks, because you are the Cybersite Clearinghouse Grand Prize Lucky Winner!
Commercials for the Publisher's Clearinghouse Sweepstakes feature their Prize Patrol arriving on the doorsteps of lucky winners in a cheerily decorated white van with balloons, a giant check, flowers, and the news that they've won. In this episode, the Cybersite Prize Patrol shows up at the Hacker's hideout in a white, van-shaped ship with balloon-like decorations, bearing roses and a giant board listing the cybersites he's won.