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Dave likes Cheese Toast.
In Happy Glasses in Dave's vision, every one has a mole--even Oswidge has one on his beard.
In the beginning of "Fiends and Family" when their father comes home, he has blue eyes, but when they show him coming home later on, his eyes are yellow.
In "Red Sweater of Courage" Dave says he likes Cats, But in "King for a day or two" he says he's alergic to cats!
The title is a spoof of the song, "Shake, Rattle, & Roll," by Joe Turner.
Night of the Living Plush is a spoof of the holiday, Night of the Living Dead.
If Oswidge turned the royal family into toddlers, how come they all where diapers? Toddlers are often able to wear normal clothes at the very least by age 2.
The title is a pun of the phrase "The cow says MOO."
Dave says that the new holiday would be called Arbour Day, but Arbour Day already existed in 'Here There Be Dragons'.
After the commercial break, Chuckles loses his muscles.
In Web, the... disembodied voice that tells you a bunch of things you already know refers to himself as the narrator ("Oh Sure! Make the narrator look stupid"), but in this episode he's refered to many times as the storyteller.
In 'The Brutish Are Coming', Uncle Oswidge's ear and nose hairs disappear once or twice.
If Dave is so strong and Fang is so weak how come she's able to beat him up and still get defeated by an ameoba?
When the Mongrel Horders sign becomes a cooking school, you see someons standing underneath it with violet paint, but the sign corrections are in green!
Knuckles says the amulet is his first gift, but he gave a girl the rope first.
When Dave said "glazed peaches", his hair was a lighter brown.
Concidering Faffy's 1-digit IQ, how the hell does Faffy know how to act?
Caption error: Instead of Quasmir, it says Quazmere.
In one scene Uncle Oswidge's eyebrows turn grey but then turn back to their usual colour.
On directtv they called "Sweep Dreams" "Shrink Rap".