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In nearly every episode, Gus, Lauren and Peter use some kind of gun to fire at the weekly villain--here, it's straight-water from several Super-Soaker squirt guns.
Killshot "dies" after falling into the Ocean, dissolving.
Killshot's weakness was water as the real-life Quarterback High School player he was based on (who bullied Gus) was apparently the worst at the pool during swim class. Gus claims he was "scared stiff at the pool."
Both The Jackal and Gus' own father (who was the source model) have a car with the license plate that read: "J.K.L."
We see that Gus' father Jordan is also a physicist--an incredibly and achieved successful one.
Usually, if the villain-of-the-week's plan is foiled, said villain can be instantly defeated--going up in light. But it won't work with The Jackal here as this is the last level and the last level and master-boss is supposed to be the most difficult.
We see that the inspiration for The Jackal was Gus' own father since they have a very estranged relationship. In this episode, they begin to mend the burned bridges after Gus slays The Jackal.
In nearly every episode, Gus, Lauren and Peter use some kind of gun to fire at the weekly villain--here, it's a bow-and-arrow. Gus fires a shot at Chuck--the arrow at the bull's-eye--the center "O" in Camp Chatooga" on his T-shirt.
Kathy Ireland plays a character Gus designed for the video-game that isn't actually a villain. An ideal dream woman who idealizes The Kid. Her character is based on the real Kathy Ireland Gus saw in her magazine ads.
In this episode, we see Amber was based on the real Kathy Ireland. Here, she "dies" as when all the characters are brought back from the matrix--another Amber is and the two cancel each other out.
The evil Camp Counselor was patterned after Gus' own as a child who blew his retainer and humilated him in front of the rest of the camp, as well as the girl Gus was seeing.
The only way to defeat The Practical Joker is to foil his master prank--a bomb placed in a VCR. Hitting "STOP" will detonate it immediately. But hitting "EJECT" will pause the tape to eject... and disarm the bomb (as well as dissolve The Practical Joker).
The Practical Joker was the only bad guy Gus didn't program himself. Gus' friend designed him and placed him into the game as a joke.
In nearly every episode, Gus, Lauren and Peter use some kind of gun to fire at the weekly villain--here, it's brake fluid from a Super-Soaker squirt gun as the Mechanic never fixed Gus' leaky brakes.
The Car Mechanic was based on a corrupted auto-mechanic who charged Gus $200 after his car was in a wreck--and then ran off with the money without ever fixing the car. He lost his first ride and didn't get to make out with the girl he would've at the drive-in he would have.
In nearly every episode, Gus, Lauren and Peter use some kind of gun to fire at the weekly villain--here, it's a rubber dart gun.
In this episode, The "Cold-Steel Kid" is not the true hero. The "Girl" is--Lauren herself. Although she is captive, she is the one to save the day. Lauren told Gus that he was too self-centered in their marriage. Despite all this, Peter is the one who saves the day.
While there is the usual way to make the henchman obliterate by simply foiling the plan (in this case, electrifying the Supreme Court), a way to make Courtney simply go up in light (the "automatic kill") is to throw a record album copy of Billy Joel album "The Stranger," the frisbee--which was Gus and Lauren's song. Even though Lauren herself doesn't remember.
The key villian in this episode is based on Lauren's real-life divorce attorney. Her weakness is rubber as she's incredibly an electrical baddie (like "Electro" from "Spider-Man") and rubber is electrical resistant. She absorbs electricity from numerous electrical outlets.
The Motivational Speaker (Nathan Abrams) personal weakness is getting shot by paint from a paintball gun--on his self-help program, he recommends his listeners play paintball. He has to keep eating bologna (as he's "full of baloney") and he can only be "killed" by "eating his own words."