During Thunder God Johnny, Odin transports Johnny to a place called "Needleheim", where he has to fight the Frost Giant. In Norse mythology, there is a realm named Nifflehein, however this was the realm of the dead, who are neither damned nor blessed. It is ruled by Hela, Loki's daughter. The place where Frost Giants lived in according to Norse mythology was called Jotunheim, The realm of frost, rime, and ice.
In Marine Moron, the old sea captain mentions he has seen a documentary about how dangerous the reef tide can be on the Discovery Channel.
In the episode Thunder God Johnny, the horse that Johnny rides on to meet with the other gods is named Tingblad.
Tingblad is also the last name of one of the directors of the Johnny Bravo series, Kirk Tingblad.
In the episode Den Mother Johnny, we learn that Johnny has a large collection of Squint Ringo memorabilia.
We learn Bunny's allergic to shmoots weed.
Johnny has an Aunt Fiona who lives in Scotland, but she is unseen.
In the episode Send in the Clones MCC stands for Megalithic Cable Company. Johnny accidentally goes in the wrong MCC office, which in this case stands for Maxie's Cloning Clinic.
In the episode Prep School Johnny, we learn Johnny has three webbed toes.
In the episode Good Knight Johnny, Johnny loses his glasses and says "My glasses, my glasses! I can't be seen without my glasses!". He said the exact same line in the episode Bravo Dooby-Doo, back in season one.
The ship sank when a tin can hit it, but it's impossible for a small tin can to sink such a huge ship.
In The Unsinkable Johnny Bravo, during the romantic montage Johnny is seen drawing a portrait of Sheila. His drawing skills aren't very good, as he draws her only using stick figures. Johnny would later draw some more "sexy" drawings (as he calls them) in the episode One Angry Bravo, looking a little better than the one seen this episode, but still essentially a stick figure.
"Pookey" was also the name of the little pink cat who was the sidekick of the villainous Dr. Felonious from the Season One episode Blanky Hanky Panky.
In the episode The Unsinkable Johnny Bravo we see a grown-up Suzy in the future. Johnny's massive libido apparently has waned considerably over the years, as he doesn't make a pass at her.
Both the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny appear on-screen at the end of Tooth or Consequences.
It is revealed in the episode Tooth or Consequences that, even though Johnny knows the Tooth Fairy doesn't exist, he still believes the Easter Bunny is real.
In the episode A Cake too Far, Johnny eating the peanut butter becomes a running gag.
According to Carl, the Aaron City law states that if, the entire city council is in hospital due to fish poisoning, then the village idiot is to be named the new mayor.
The mayor seen in the episode Hail to the Chump is a different one than the one seen during the first season episodes of Johnny Bravo.
Possible continuity alert: In the segment Noir Johnny, when Johnny is looking through a magnifying glass for clues, he sees an ant and is terrified of the thought of encountering a giant ant. He has already seen such creatures (and in one instance, he was also attacked by one) in two previous episodes this season: A Gel for Johnny (a segment from episode 1), and Johnny's Inferno (a segment from episode 2).
Galaxy Boy is the third episode in which Johnny travels through space.
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