Baboon is scared by a frog, a chicken and a crocodile eating deer in this episode.
Both Weasel and Baboon are scientists in this episode.
Weasel owns a laboratory in this episode.
Baboon has a weasel sized tent and Weasel has a baboon sized tent in this episode.
Baboon cannot fit in his tent in this episode.
Fred is wearing a hollow tree trunk and holding a branch when we first see him.
Baboon runs into a tree and it leaves the shape of his body in it.
At the start of this episode Weasel and Baboon come across a waterfall and a river but for some strange reason the river does not appear to be moving and the waterfall does.
When Weasel walks out of the bathroom he can be heard briefly whistling the show's main theme.
Both Weasel and Baboon get their noses cut at the end of this episode.
Baboon mentions that he is 40 years old in this episode.
When Baboon Man and Weasel Boy are chasing the "old man" that swiped the pants, when we see him swiftly running by the naked townspeople, his head suddenly has red skin and is not wearing his mask, foreshadowing that the thief is really the Red Guy in disguise.
According to Baboon's rules, they only rob from people called Rob, or from people named Rich, who are rich.
Weasel and Baboon are shown to be departing from at least 17th century Spain, but they end up in 21st century America.
Weasel mentions that Baboon is his brother-in-law; that means he married Baboon's sister, Barbie, who first appeared in episode #10, "Happy Baboon Holidays".
Baboon doesn't know what a "gladiator" is, but accepts to become one just because it has the word "glad" in it.
Actually, the word "gladiator" comes from the Latin "gladius", meaning "sword".
The Red Guy loses two of his teeth banging on the table, but they disappear from the table in the next shot.
The kid calls Baboon "Fat Head" the entire episode.
This episode is consider controversial because bestiality was consider a taboo during the Hays Office Code, such as the actual ending of "Red Hot Riding Hood" (1943), which was destroyed due to the appearance of half wolf children and replaced with a suicidal wolf scene for TV.
Weasel and I.R. pronounced Conchita in such a racy animal nature as "KunCheetah". On the Spanish audio version, the name is pronounced regularly as "Coan-chit-a", the actual pronunciation since it's Spanish.