Pete's ring name is "Roadkill".
Goofy is hypnotised in this episode, but in a later episode Goofy can't be hypnotised because he's too stupid.
Slippery Sammy is the name of the horse Pete wins in his Poker game.
The differences between Monster Pete and Real Pete were that:
1) Monster Pete had a scar on his head.
2) Monster Pete's eyes are yellow outside, and have black pupils; Real Pete's eyes are white outside, and have black pupils.
3) Monster Pete had a cable on his back (unseen for the rest of the show and only seen in one scene).
4) Monster Pete is more willing to help people; Real Pete prefers to cheat people.
Technical Error: Despite the fact that Monster Pete supposed to have an extension cable on his back, he didn't have it everywhere else and when he came back to Spoonerville.
Running Gag: The villagers and Igor recognised Goofy as a relative of Dr. Frankengoof because he had the "Frankengoof nose".
Pete was seen to have breathed into his paper bag when he was overstressed. He also did the same in Everything's Coming Up Goofy.
In Pete's incentive program, Pistol earned more money that PJ. This is because Pistol is the energetic and agile one of the two.
Technical Error: While PJ and Pistol were throwing trash into the trash can, Pistol's shirt was yellow on her first close-up.
When the air went into Goofy's head while he was blowing a balloon, and then into his ears, his ears looked like Mickey Mouse's ears.
Technical Error: In the middle of the show time, Pete was seen fishing from his boat into a fishbowl, but in the next scene, he was fishing in Goofy's house.
Running Gag: Fenton Sludge kept calling his servant Melvin the wrong name (examples include Mervin or Merlin).
In this episode, Pete didn't know how to pronounce "Politician" properly. He pronounced it as "Poh-li-ti-kiern".
This episode had the most "How To" subjects (narrated by the "How To" Narrator), featuring two session: - "Plumbing in the Home" - Basics from the Army Manual
Around the middle of this episode, Pete laughs so hard that his popcorn spill out on the floor. In the next scene he suddenly has his popcorn again, in the bowl, not on the floor. Now how did that happen?
Gooferamus T. Goofy the Ghostcatcher who was a ghost in Goofy's Gold Watch. He enjoyed a party and likes to catch ghosts around.
This "Goofy History" episode was unique in the fact that Peg was depicted as a villainess as opposed to a supporter of Goofy.
The millionaire resembles Mr. Hugh, but with a monocle, a moustache and grey tone. He even shares the same accent as him.
Chainsaw (dog) is considered a female, but near the end of the episode, Averill Carp refered to Chainsaw as a male.
Although Waffles' ownership was not specific (between the Goofs), in this episode, it was said that Waffles belonged to Max. The opposite was true for Great Egg-Spectations, where Waffles belonged to Goofy.