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Goof: When Beegle Beagle stops the taxi and the taxi driver, scared by Grape Ape runs away, he breaks the taxi door and runs away with it.
However, in the next scene, when Beegle Beagle is driving the taxi, the taxi door is back in its place.
The bounty on Mean Marvin's head was of 10,000 dollars.
The sign at the entrance in the town of Bad Rock reads, "Bad Rock. Pop. 200 (such as they are)".
We learn Grape Ape's belt size is 480 XL.
Apparently, Grape Ape can breath in outer space.
We learn that a man called Homer T. Homely founded Ruckus Ridge, the place where this episode takes place.
The prize for the Really Grand Prix was of 50,000 dollars.
We learn that Grape Ape loves parades.
This is the second time Beegle Beagle has asked for a sandwich for him and for grapes for Grape Ape as their last requests. The first time this happened was in episode 4, "Trouble at Bad Rock".
Grapefinger calls his invention an "instant drying super strong starch", but the label on the canister has the word "extra" written on it instead of "super".
Goof: Grape Ape's green cap keeps disappearing and reappearing while they are falling with Grapefinger's helicopter in the Swiss Alps.
This episode introduces Beegle Beagle's French cousin, Bon Bon Beagle.
This episode seems to be out of place, as the characters already know each others. A prequel episode should have aired before it.
The two TV announcers seen in this episode were called Bumbley and Binkley.
According to Beegle Beagle, he is the one who has first foun Pittsburgh.
Goof: The rope tied around Grape Ape's toe disappears when he jumps out of the water.
The Professor's name is Louie Pastooey.
The circus leader's name is Bombolooski.
Grape Ape is shrunk to being only 6 inches (15 centimeters) tall in this episode.
This is the second time Grape Ape mentions he loves parades. The first time was in episode 8, "The Big Parade".
This is the second time Beegle Beagle uses the line "Grape Ape power is better than horse power". He has first used it in the previous episode, 15, "Amazon Ape".