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Beegle Beagle mentions that Grape Ape has a black belt in karate.
This episode takes place in the city of Richipoor.
Records set by Grape Ape in the Olympic Games:
He jumps 3,000 feet (914.4 m) in height;
He throws the wight at 2 feet (0.6096 m) distance.
Apparently, only the USA and Evilonia were competing in the Olympic Games.
Grape is shown able to stand inside an office, and also there is enough room above his head. Usually, he is drawn a lot taller than that.
Beegle Beagle introduces himself as B. Worthington Beagle in this episode.
Goof: Even though Grape Ape is supposed to be sleepwalking, he is clearly drawn having his eyes open.
Grape is shown as being able to perform over 4,000 push-ups before getting tired.
Towards the end of the episode, the giant chicken is seen running with the treasure chest, and claiming its now his. However, it is never shown where or when he did find the real treasure aboard the richest man's in the world ship.
Beegle Beagle mentions that he is also known as "Brick Braking Beagle".
Although in part 1, the giant chicken told Beegle Beagle that his test was to both torture the police chief and cut down the tree inside which Grape was hiding, he says that Beegle Beagle has passed the test after he only tortured the police chief. He never mentions anything about the tree cutting again.
Two years later, in 1978, Grape Ape would return to the Moon's surface in the final episode of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics. He competed in a foot race on the Moon, and won first place, but tied with the other two competitors - the first time something like that happened on the show.
At the end of the episode, both Beegle Beagle and Grape are shown as being able to breath in outer space.
Beegle Beagle spells his name with two Bees and two Eagles.
We learn that Grape always gets stuck when trying to figure out how much 8 + 8 is.
The movie Beegle Beagle and Grape Ape were watching at the beginning of this episode was called "Space Race".
Beegle Beagle mentions that Grape is under 12. It is not clear whether this is true or he only said that to get a discount for a movie ticket.
The character of Bart Blackheart looks a lot like Snidley Whiplash, from the Dudley Do Right cartoons.
In this episode it is revealed that Grape Ape has stage fright.
The prize for the talent show was of 1,000 dollars.