This episode marks the second appearance of the character of Pierre. He has first appeared in episode 7, "Tricky Trapper", although he was called Powerful Pierre back then. In this episode, he is called Powerhouse Pierre.
Goof: During the scene when Huck is inside the mailbox and the white dog has bitten him, his legs are colored white, just like the dog, instead of them being blue.
Goof: When the dog is talking on the telephone, the phone cord keeps disappearing and reappearing again.
The white dog featured in this episode is most likely the same one that tormented Huck in episode 12, "Fireman Huck".
The dog featured in this episode looks a lot like the dog that appeared in episode 12, "Fireman Huck", but colored differently. He is also just as sneaky as the other dog was.
This episode marks the second appearance of the two crows, Iggy and Ziggy. They first appeared in episode 9, "Two Corny Crows".
The coyote seen briefly in this episode looks like the tall wolf who was trying to steal Huck's sheep in episode 13, "Sheep Shape Sheepherder".
Goof: Huck's chief said that the last scout they sent disappeared, horse and all. But in the previous scene, the scout did return, but he was covered with arrows.
This episode introduces Huck's great-great-grandson and Indian Chief Crazy Coyote.
Both of these characters will return in later episodes.
This is the fourth Wild West themed episode so far. The others were episodes 1, "Sheriff Huckleberry", 4, "Rustler Hustler Huck", and 13, "Sheep Shape Sheepherder".
Towards the end of the episode, we see Huck trying to get away from the mosquitoes by hiding underwater, on the bottom of the lake.
This scene contradicts the fact that Huck cannot swim, as he himself has stated in episode 2, "Sir Huckleberry Hound", and alluded to in episode 6, "Hookey Daze".
Huck shouldn't be able to breath with his sleeping bag closed up so that a mosquito can't enter.
The tall wolf featured in this episode looks a lot like the fox who was the main antagonist in episode 8, "Cock-a-doodle Huck". He also sounds like the fox, too.
This is the third Wild West-themed episode. The other two have been episodes 1, "Sheriff Huckleberry", and 4, "Rustler Hustler Huck".
This is the third time Huck's car number is 13. The first two times, however, it was a police car, while this episode it is a fireman's truck.
A similar title card to the one used for this episode will appear in episode 46 ("Caveman Huck"); both show Huck running away from a dragon or dinosaur which shoots fire either from its mouth or nose. The only real differences being the direction Huck is running, and his clothes.
This is the second time Huck portrays a knight. The first time was in episode 2, "Sir Huckleberry Hound".
Huck crashes his police car four times during this episode.
This is the second time Huck's role is a policeman. The first time it was in episode 5, "Huckleberry Hound Meets Wee Willie".
In both episodes, Huck's police car number is 13.
The two crows are named Ziggy and Iggy.