Why didn't Fillmore just bring extra batteries instead of an extra walkie-talkie?
When Fillmore's looking in the phonebook, the page number goes 42, *missing page*, 44. The front and back of a page are different numbers, so the 44 should be 45.
The label on the barrel of baking soda says "Baking Sody".
Ingrid said that page 42 of the Yellow Pages runs "Ants, Wholesale" to "Antelope Grooming." Why would an ANImal hospital be listed on that page?
He didn't have to hold him for long - just long enough to get away.
How could Eric's own friends not know he loves animals?
How did Fillmore think he could hold Officer Turk for a long time simply by locking his seat belt?
(Eric bumps into a guy dressed like the state of Texas)
Boy In Texas Costume: Hey! Nobody messes with Texas!
Tehema: (To Fillmore) An all-day off-campus platinum pass?! Wow! With this in hand, you're pretty much untouchable.
Man: It's a horse! A seeing eye horse!
O'Farrell: Polly want to confess what you saw between 10:26 and 10:31 this morning? Huh? Do you, Polly?
O'Farrell: Polly want to crack the case?
Mr. Delancey: Officer Third, there's a lot in the world that don't make sense: Arizona rejecting Daylight Savings Time, and Braille at the drive-up ATM.
Officer Langley Turk: If you're looking for justice, you've found him, and his name is Officer Langley Turk!
O'Farrell: If Polly wants this cotton pickin' cracker, he's going to tell Uncle O'Farrell who slipped Guildenstern a mickey!
Ingrid: (To Alexandria) Zero to nice in 3.5 seconds. What gives?
Officer Langley Turk: This isn't over, pork rind! Out of the kettle and into the corn! Straight into that corn!
Fillmore has the last line in the series.
This show ended with only 26 episodes, because it didn't have the deal with disney for 65 episodes. Its not the only one though, Sabrina's Secret Life was another.
This episode never aired on ABC network. It was only shown in the US on Toon Disney and Family Channel.
First aired on Disney Channel UK
The name of the sick tarantula was one half of the silly messengers who served as the comic relief in Shakespeare's Hamlet. Their imagined adventures inspired a modern-day satire Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead.
Tehama/Fillmore: "An all-day off-campus platinum pass? Wow, with this in hand, you're pretty much untouchable. It's like an immunity idol." "That's what Raycliff said."
A reference to Survivor, the show that Jeff Probst (Raycliff) hosts on CBS.
New Jersey: Yo, South Carolina, what's the rush? You secedin' from the Union or somethin'?
South Carolina was the first state to secede from the Union in 1860, setting events into motion that would result in the Civil War.
Texas: Hey! Nobody messes with Texas!
Old Texan saying "Don't mess with Texas", used by Stevie Ray Vaughan and more recently for the state's anti-litter campaign.
Delivery Truck: Bolger's Scarecrow Delivery
Named after Ray Bolger, the actor who played the Scarecrow in "The Wizard of Oz".
Fillmore: "Dog!" "It's not a dog! It's a seeing eye horse!"
Seeing Eye Horses actually exist! Check out the link for more info.
Tarantulas: Guildenstern & Gwyneth
Two Shakespeare references: Guildenstern was a courtier in the Court of Denmark in "Hamlet," and Gwyneth Paltrow starred in "Shakespeare in Love."