In this episode we learn that if you pick up a baby bird (or any kind of young wildlife) it is NOT true that the mother will smell your scent and abandon her young. This is just an old wives' tale.
On the closed captions throughout this episode, the word "pooh" was substituted for "poo".
Mike is given a number 41 Bowie Bay Sox uniform.
In the salmon segment, Mike names his knife "Death Rowe".
For more information about the Fern Hill fainting goats (and pictures of Mike visiting the farm) go to www.fernhillfainters.com.
Mike is told that he needs to step on the cables (and announce that he's stepping on each cable) for safety reasons. They don't want anyone killed if a cable breaks. However, in episode #4.20 of MythBusters (Killer Cable Snaps) this was proven to be false. A snapped cable will really hurt, but it can not kill a person.
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The candy segment was camera operator Troy Paff's last day on the job.
According to Mike, geoducks can live up to 146 years, making them the longest living animal on the planet.
Terra Cotta is an Italian word meaning 'fired earth'.
What we learn in a future episode is that the Vexcon job at the church was done for free. That's why they're not too concerned with their sometimes laughable carpentry skills.
According to the Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation Wastewater Collection Services Division, Mike initially kept the ten inch machete he found in the storm drain as a souvenir, but he later turned it over to LAPD.
According to Mike, house fires can double in size every 2-3 minutes.
According to Romero, a worker at the turkey farm, it's true that turkeys can drown if they look up into the rain.
According to Mike, the sewage plant he visited processes 43 million gallons of raw sewage everyday.
Baby water mocassins are actually more dangerous than the adults because they can't regulate their venom.
Mike said that he never gets seasick, but during the scene when he vomited, the smell of mackeral chum was too overpowering.
Mike mentions that most people who die from alligators, die on golf courses.
Mike tells us that the Catfish Noodling segment is the only time he ever wanted to back out of filming. The night before he was watching a documentary about noodling where people were missing fingers and toes. That almost scared him into not doing it.
In this episode, we learn that 80% of mascara is made up of charcoal.