Philadelphia Phillies relief pitcher, Dan Plesac, was mistaken referred to in the narration as Jim Plesac.
Each year over a million baseballs are thrown and each one of them is rubbed with mud.
Each night the Mexican free tail bat flies 100-150 miles per night to feed. During winter they fly 1000-1500 to reach their winter feeding grounds.
The bat colony Mike visited during the show eat over 200 tons of insects per night.
Mike: That stinks a little.
Renee: You sure it's not you?
Mike: At this point, no.
Mike: When I said hello I told you all I knew about cleaning fish.
Mike: This is what you did with your back room. And you could have gone with a computer office or a library...you've got a bat cage.
Barbara: Yeah, I've decided to go with the fruit bat motif.
Mike: (with his leg stuck in bat guano) What a stupid way to die.
Mike: There's really not a lot of difference between an octopus and like a giant pile of snot.
Mike: Are we walking in sand or guano?
Jim: That's powdered bat guano.
Mike: Holy sh*t.
Jim: I don't know if it's holy, but it's definitely sh*t.
This episode was dedicated to producer Ari Jerrold Gottfried.
In the credits, special thanks was given to Jim Kennedy & Barbara French, Bat Conservation International, Jim Bintliff/The Philadelphia Phillies Baseball Team, Pacific Coast Seafood, Bio-Oregon Fishery and CEDC Fishery.