In the scene with Ling-Ling and Xander that is seen twice in which Xander takes off his shirt, the first time Ling-Ling says "Thursday" and the second time he says "Tuesday."
Paget Brewster does not reprise her role of the Child Services Woman from "Captain Girl." Instead, Tara Strong voices her here.
It's learned in this episode that Foxxy's biological father is Uncle Benny while her mother was an actual fox.
It's learned in this episode that Ling-Ling ages like a dog as even though he's 21 in Battle Monster years, he's only three years old in human years.
According to this episode, this is how the following babies acquired their various traits:
Foxxy's Wardrobe: She removed most of it in order to distract Captain Hero.
Clara's Racism: She felt snubbed when all of the other babies decide to go with Foxxy's plan because they felt that as Foxxy was an African-American, she needed a helping hand.
Toot's Appetite: Decided to start eating the first time she killed somebody in order to fill the void in her heart.
Ling Ling's Language: Decided to start talking in a made-up language when nobody listened to what he said in English.
Xandir's Sexuality: Learned he liked guys when he had to kiss Chad's Rebellious Brother Chase in order to keep him fooled.
Spanky's Behavior: Learned he liked to 'relieve' himself anywhere when he had to make it look like the 'Babysitter's' water had broke.
Wooldoor's Appearance: Got it when Captain Hero spun a toy Merry Go Round so much that it removed most of Walter Saget's hair and rearranged his organs so that he needs to go "Whee!" constantly lest he drown in his own bile.
Captain Hero's Quirks: Got it when he wanted to be alone with the body of the dead Babysitter.
This episode has a special opening theme that includes a song made for "Drawn Together Babies" and numerous clips of the cast a babies.
After the "six to eight weeks" when Toot, Foxxy and the soggies are stranding by the mailbox, Toot has stubble. As the soggies point the shotguns at her, it all falls off.
This episodes openeing theme started and it only showed Princess Clara and then it was interrupted by a news brief and then continued and showed the end of the theme showing the Drawn Together logo.
Ling-Ling presses the play button on the tape recorder, but no music can be heard.
After Captain Hero washes Scroto's balls, Scroto laughs and pulls off his blanket and is fully dressed in his villain costume even though he was naked seconds before.
When Ling-Ling explains that the dance is best with two people, he can be heard saying "dos", Spanish for two.
The waiter from "Spelling Applebee's" is shown walking through the living room toward the beginning of this episode.
Georgina from "Freaks & Greeks" is shown in this episode holding the doll that got the voice of Jesus, after showing Clara with the Jesus doll with a girl voice.
The outfit that Wooldoor is wearing when he is trying to seduce Captain Hero in the van is the same as the mascot of Dutch Boy paint.
The T-shirts that Xandir gives to the housemates clearly have "Drawn Together MALL TRIP '07" written on them. Xandir calls it "Drawn Together Mall Trip '06."
When Foxxy puts mousse in Captain Hero's hair to turn him into Hero Calrissian, there's a vagina drawn in her armpit. This might be a reference to earlier episodes, where she was shown to have hairy armpits.
The King of Mexico can be seen drinking a bottle of Tequila with a worm inside of it. It is actually illegal to add worms to Tequila. Only mezcals contain the worms.
Ling Ling states that 500 billion pesos is almost twelve American dollars. In reality, 500 billion pesos is about 46 billion dollars according to exchange rates around the time of the airing of the show.
Although Drawn Together has broken the fourth wall in the past, this is the first time it has been mentioned that a housemember is voiced by an actor. Namely, Spanky Ham is revealed to be voiced by Adam Carolla.
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