Wolf: Come on, Gargoyle! Are you afraid to die like a man?
Goliath: What would a mutate werewolf know about being a man?
Hudson: I still can't see why they call it a "big apple."
Goliath: Some questions, old friend, are best left for humans to resolve.
(After Vinnie hits Goliath with a creamy substance from his bazooka)
Hudson: Who in the world was that?
Goliath: I haven't the slightest idea...
(Hudson takes his finger across some of the cream and tastes it)
Hudson: Mmm! Banana cream!
Vinnie: Gargoyle! Prepare to get creamed!
Hakon: My revenge...
Hudson: Get an afterlife.
Hakon: Surrender now and I promise you a quick demise!
Hudson: I was about to make you the same offer.
Wolf: Once I'm through softening you up, you'll beg me to finish you!
Goliath: Gargoyles do not beg.
This episode marks the final appearances of Wolf and Hakon.
The subplot involving Vinnie was to have been a separate episode, but was connected to this after "Hunter's Moon" was changed from a Direct To Video to a 3 part episode.
After taking his revenge on Goliath, Vinnie turns around happily walking off humming the very detectable Gargoyles theme song.
Another background recurring character, "the Jogger," goes past as Vinnie is hauling his weapon down the street. Like Vinnie, the Jogger has made minor background appearances in several episodes.
Elisa, Brooklyn, Lexington, Broadway, and Angela don't appear in this episode. This is because this episode takes place at about the same time as their adventure in the following episode, "Turf."
Clancy Brown (a film heavy possibly most famous for playing the Kurgan in the first Highlander film) has always done the voices of both Wolf and Hakon while still managing to give each character a unique personality. The writers apparently decided to do something with the coincidence here.
Mr. Acme's name is a play on the Acme Company featured in the Wile E Coyote/Roadrunner Looney Tunes shorts. In his quest to catch the Roadrunner, Wile E would often order and build elaborate devices from the Acme Company, only for them to always backfire and cause him injury.