In "Fuzzies' Day Off", you can see the photo of Johnny and Tina, his sister, that was seen in the story "Johnny's Sister Tina" on the table in Johnny's home.
This episode features the songs "The Hardest Thing To Do" and "Fuzzies' Frug." The first was written and composed by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul and the second was written and composed by Gary Adler & Michael Patrick Welker. The "frug" was a popular dance craze in the 1960s.
Sage: You know, we Sprites have another name for Fuzzies' Day Off.
Sprites: What's that?
Sage: Fuzzie Appreication Day!
Basil: So I add these two acorns.
Sage: Mm-hmm. Then multiply by six cabbages...
Sage: Divide it by two shrubs...
Sage: And apply Elderberry's First Law of Cabbages.
Basil: First Law of Cabbages. And I thought my accounting was complicated.
Johnny: (to the Fuzzies) My backyard is your backyard.
Johnny: Hi, sorry to interrupt. Um, I'm just wondering what's going on here.
Fuzzy: Oh, why, a dance class, of course!
Fuzzies: (singing) We got a day-ay-ay-ay-ay off / We got a day-ay-ay-ay-ay / We're gonna party on our day off / All night long.
Lily: (to Ginger, after she returns her seashell) Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you! I don't know how to thank you!
Basil: Uh, I think you just did.
Ginger: Maybe I'll come back later.
Sage: No, no, no. Echinacea..
Sage: Okay. Do you need me?
Ginger: (singing) Without you, I'll be so sad and blue / Because sometimes the right thing is the hardest thing to do.
Ginger: (to Lily's seashell) Why, you're even more special than my favorite clover ball. If you were mine, I would never lose you. Heh heh. Hey, we'd have so much fun, we could fly to the top of the grove and I could show you where all the spoffle grows in the highest treetops. It would be so great.
Johnny: When I lose something, I retrace my steps and I can usually find it. So, where's the last place you had your seashell?
Lily: Uh, out there, somewhere?
Basil: Great. Well, now we've narrowed that down, it shouldn't be too hard to find. We only have to search every place in the world except for Johnny's house!
Basil: I can't wait to see Lily. She always comes back with lots of good stories to tell, huh?
"Fuzzies' Day Off" was mentioned in interview with John Tartaglia about the series published by TV Guide online just before the premiere of the full series. Tartaglia mentioned it among a few stories when asked if there were any particular fun episodes of the show he was looking forward to and described as "very 'Frankie and Annette.'" This references a series of popular beach party films.