In the episode Clan of the Cave Boob, at the beginning of Carl's story he said it started after the final ice age, but at the end of the story, he said "Then the ice ages begun."
At the beginning of the episode Witless, when they show Johnny talking to the girl whose car he just vandalized, you can clearly see the rear view mirror in both his hand and on the car.
Also, this is the girl's first appearance on the show. She would later play an important role (and also be named) in the episode Candidate Johnny, and have numerous other cameo appearances in various other episodes.
The episode Brave New Johnny marks the first time Johnny travels through time.
Most of the guys seen towards the end of A League of his Own (who had been masquerading as little girls for the entire episode) will return in a later episode, Some Like it Stupid, masquerading again as girls, this time beauty pageant contestants.
The muscular blond guy from the Abdominizer 9000 commercial seen in the episode The Man with the Golden Gut will later appear as a professional wrestler in another episode, Jurassic Dork, in a short scene where Bunny is watching a wrestling match on TV.
During The Man with the Golden Gut Pops can be briefly seen once again selling clams on a stick at the beach. He was previously seen selling them in the episode Endless Bummer.
The instructions manual for the Abdominizer 9000 Johnny had to build in The Man with the Golden Gut had 614 steps.
Alien Confidential marks the second time Johnny meets an alien life form. This first happened in Bikini Space Planet.
During Ape is Enough, in the scene where Johnny is trying to convince the giant ape that their relationship wouldn't work out, he mentions that he's a Libra. Libras are born between September 22nd and October 22nd, which contradicts a future episode, It's Valentine's Day, Johnny Bravo from season 4, where it's revealed that Johnny's birthday is on February 14th (Valentine's Day).
In Johnny and the Beanstalk, Johnny says "Just like in that fairy tail of Little Red Rumplestiltsken and the Three Bears and Gretel!" He is confusing the stories. He thinks The Bears and Gretel are Hansel and Gretel and Little Red Rumplestiltsken is Little Red Riding Hood. And these stories don´t have beanstalks on it.
The angel named Maurice seen during Johnny's Guardian Angel is clearly a blond, angelic version of the demon Derek, who appeared in Johnny's Inferno. Like Derek, Maurice is trying to earn something, in this case his halo.
Doommates is the first time the fictional show "Nunchak Chicks" is seen or mentioned.
Pops is seen in Endless Bummer selling clams on a stick at the beach.
He would later be seen selling them again in a future episode, The Man with the Golden Gut.
The episode Bravo 13 is the second episode in which Johnny travels in outer space.
In Endless Bummer, Johnny accidentally blinds the captain of a ship who eventually ends up crashing the ship. The line the captain says is "Can't... see... anything... Sun... in... eyes... Must... talk... like... this."
The same line was also used on the show Freakazoid by Freakazoid himself, in the episode "Island of Dr. Mystico", which originally aired on February 7, 1997.
One of the two wrestlers seen in the episode To Helga and Back, the Substitute Teacher, will have a cameo in a later episode, Jurassic Dork.
When the lobster from Claws! tricks Johnny into believing he has won the lottery, Johnny mentions he has never won anything before in his life. This is untrue however, as in the first season episode Over the Hump he won the "Find the Fort" competition together with Lawrence the Camel.
He has also won a luxury cruise (but ended up on a pirate ship) in Moby Jerk.
As a side note, the check for the fake lottery the lobster was holding refers to Johnny Bravo as "Johnny Q. Chump".
During Claws!, Johnny mentions twice that he is planning on making a lobster dinner for his mother because it's Saint Swithun's Day. This means that the events from Claws! take place on July 15.
A Star is Bruised is the first appearance of Squint Ringo.
The autobiography Squint Ringo wrote was called "Ringo on Ringo".
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