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Goof: The mayor said that the Eunice duck was sleepwalking, but it is clearly seen that she woke up before running away.
Goof: They never mentioned again or explained what the "Once Upon a Time" sign was doing on the road, or who put it up.
The person who was transformed into a duck wasn't really a prince. He was a farmer, but his name was Jeremiah Prince.
At the end of the episode, Beegle Beagle mentions he is seasick. However, this has never happened before, and he has been seen on seas before on the show.
According to Grape's dad comment, he apparently has more than one kid. But Grape never mentioned he has any siblings, nor do they appear throughout the show's run.
This episode is apparently a prequel to episode 14, "Who's New at the Zoo".
Goof: When the police chief sneezes, Beegle Beagle is pulled towards the sneeze, instead of being pushed away.
The president who comes to life and talks to Grape Ape towards the end of the episode is Abraham Lincoln.
Goof: The Washington Monument is 555 feet 5.5 inches (169.3 m) high, but Grape Ape (who is only 40 feet/13 m tall) is drawn taller than it.
The scene at the beginning of the episode, showing Grape Ape stopping a volcano from erupting is the same footage used in episode 1, "That Was No Idol, That Was My Ape".
According to the pirate, the law of the sea is "finders keepers".
The pirate is called Captain La Cheat, the Scrounge of the Seven Seas.
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".
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.
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.