This episode features two original songs --- "Feelin' Grovey" and "Seymour the Sleuth." The first was written and composed by Michael Patrick Walker and the second by Laurence O'Keefe.
Johnny: Like our sleuth always says, watch and learn.
Seymour: (sleeptalking) Melons, melons, melons...
Johnny: So what did you learn from those vegetables, Seymour?
Seymour: Well, they didn't say anything, but they're very delicious. Uh, I mean suspicious.
Seymour: Hmm. Seems to be some sort of a small, fur-covered, rodent-like mammal that left these tracks.
Johnny: Those are your footprints, Seymour. You left them as you walked backwards.
Seymour: (singing) I'm gonna nail them and jail them / You try to run, but you can't run from the truth.
Seymour: (singing) If a crime has been committed / Then the game is now afoot
Ginger: What game? What foot?
Sprites: (singing, changing to a higher key) Oh, how I wish I was there right now. Right now!
Johnny: Oh no, not a key change!
Sprites: (singing) We can't fall asleep / Unless we're back in the Grove / Back in the Grove.
Johnny: Well, I think if you guys would just stop singing and give it a chance, you'd fall asleep.
Basil: You sleep at a sleepover?
Basil: Johnny, in the interest of research, can we have a sleepover?
Basil: You know, I don't think we ever had a sleepover.
Lily: I don't even know what sleepover is.
Rick Gitelson provided the teleplay for both stories and Richard A. Fernandes directed both.