In Back on Shaq, we learn that Huckleberry Hound is Seth Green's lucky charm.
Johnny's date in Adam West date-O-Rama is the Black Widow, an old Hanna-Barbera character first seen as an enemy of superhero Space Ghost on the Space Ghost and Dino Boy in the Lost Valley animated series, which originally aired on CBS from September 10, 1966, to September 7, 1968. There she was also known as Spider-Woman, and appeared in two episodes, but was also featured in the series finale, the six-part story titled "The Council of Doom".
She was later briefly seen in an episode of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! ("Don't Fool With A Phantom" from 1970), though with slightly bluer skin and a different hairdo.
Most recently, she was a recurring character on Cartoon Network's Space Ghost Coast to Coast series, which featured footage from the 60s animated show but with re-dubbed dialogue to make it seem a reality talk-show parody. The show originally aired on the Cartoon Network, but was later moved to its night-time programming block, Adult Swim due to the show's more mature nature.
The titles that showed up with Johnny's date with the Black Widow:
"Charity Begins At Home"
"Driving Miss Crazy"
"Your Mudder On The Eyes"
"Getting Johnny's Goat"
"Spider In My Soup"
"Throw Out The Babe With The Bath Water"
"Hitting The Pavement"
"Home Is Where The Heart Isn't"
Characters seen during the A Page Right Out of History segment include: Fred Flintstone, Wilma Flintstone, Barney Rubble, Betty Rubble and Mr. Slate, all from the original The Flintstones series from the 1960s; Perry Gunnite, the detective featured in the "Love Letters on the Rocks" episode from 1961; and teenage Pebbles Flintstone and teenage Bamm-Bamm Rubble, along with their friends Moonrockand Penny, introduced in the 1970s in various episodes of The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show.
John Stephenson is the only cast member from the original Flintstones series from the 60's to reprise yet again his role as Mr. Slate, Fred Flintstone's mean boss.
Wilderness Protection Program marks the second time Johnny actually dates an animal. The first time this happened he dated Carol the antelope in the episode Date With An Antelope.
The tough little mouse wearing a T-shirt featured in The Hunk at the End of this Cartoon is Bigelow, a rather obscure Hanna-Barbera animated character, who while never starred in his own television series, had a couple of guest-appearances on shows like Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy, Yakky Doodle, Snagglepuss and even the theatrically released Loopy de Loop cartoons.
Get Shovelized! marks the second time Johnny helps a lion by removing a thorn stuck in its paw, only to accidentally either put it in back (or in this case, multiple thorns) immediately afterwards. The first time this happened was in the season two episode, Quo Doofus.
The guy that said to Jenny (Johnny) "Nakilala na kita, di ba?" (Tagalog language) is a caricature of Van Partible; the creator of Johnny Bravo who is Filipino. This was the only episode to use a line in Tagalog and Partible insisted that the person who said the line should be done by a Filipino actor. He chose Dante Basco since he starred in the 2000 film The Debut which he liked a lot.
El Toro Guapo literally translates to "the handsome bull".
Even though in the episode Traffic Troubles Johnny cannot sing, he has been able to sing in previous episodes.
At one point in the episode, Johnny asks if Partible is a word.
Partible is the last name of Van Partible, the creator of the Johnny Bravo show.
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