O'Rourke says it took him ten years to make sergeant.
It took Agarn six years to make corporal.
This is a similar story to episode 9, "Me Heap Big Injun," where Corporal Agarn leaves the army for the Hekawi tribe and loves it too much to return.
Agarn and the marching band play the F Troop theme on their instruments.
Troopers Dobbs and Duddleson appear briefly at the beginning of the episode, but have no lines.
This episode begins in medias res, with Agarn being marched to the firing squad and most of the story being told in flashback.
This episode is actually entitled "What are you doing after the Massacre?, not "Where are you doing after the Massacre?
Wrangler Jane winds up wearing Corporal Agarn's trooper uniform for no reason. She donated her dress to Agarn so he could bait the Loco brothers into capture. But Jane rode into and out of the scene in her own "cowboy" clothes while fetching her dress back at the store.
Jane unneccessarily dons corporal Agairn's trooper clothes because she also has her cowboy " buckskin duds "with her after she donates her dress she retrieved from her store/house. She never had the need to dress feminine in this episode because she was horse riding all the time in this episode.
Dan Larson brought in Blackfoot Bourbon, Apache Ale, Comanche Cognac and Shoshone Sherry for his saloon.
Captain Parmenter announces dynamite as a "new explosive" as if he's reading about it for the first time. However, in first season episode "The 86 Proof Spring, Parmenter ordered Dobbs to destroy the spring with dynamite.
In this episode, Wrongo Starr said he was cursed when a black cat crossed him in the delivery room. But in a previous episode, he said it was an Indian that cursed him.
Emilio's sign has the slogan, "Food like your mother used to make. If you mother was Italian."
Captain Parmenter reminds O'Rourke and Agarn that their payroll had been robbed once before, a reference to earlier episode, "Reach for the Sky, Pardner."
Despite Colonel von Zeppel's Prussian background, F Troop's resident German, Trooper Hoffenmueller, does not appear in this episode.
The opening scene in this episode showcases Ken Berry's talent for physical comedy with an extended sequence where he reads a letter while obliviously going around, through and over hazards in his path.
Talking about Agarn's relatives, O'Rourke mentions El Diablo, the look alike cousin who appeared in the first season episode of the same name.
Continuity: When the men complain about Agarn's cooking, O'Rourke threatens to transfer them to G Troop, "in the heart of Apache territory." However, eight episodes later, in "How to Be F Troop Without Really Trying," Agarn is assigned to train a freshly recruited G Troop.
None of the Hekawi appear in this episode.
"Cannonball" Bill McCormick was F Troop's first captain, given the nickname because he was straight as a ramrod when he arrived at Fort Courage.