In Johnny Get Your Tutu, we learn that the only job Johnny is capable of doing is breaking rocks with his head.
Goof: In A Gel For Johnny, Johnny's bill at the $1.03 store was for $14.63, which would be inconsistent with the store's policy to charge only $1.03 for a product. There was no way Johnny could have purchased 14.2 products from the store.
Also, Johnny pays only $12 for this, mentioning to Minsky he can keep the change (even though the bill was not fully paid anyway), handing only four bills. That would mean in the Johnny Bravo universe, there are 3 dollar bills.
Bikini Space Planet marks the first appearances of Carl and Pops, both of whom will become trademark characters and regulars later on in the series.
A Gel for Johnny is the only episode where Johnny had a name for his hair gel.
Bikini Space Planet marks the first time Johnny travels in space and/or arrives on another planet.
Look Hard: The bird that is sitting on the ship captain's shoulder during Moby Jerk keeps changing during the episode, from a parrot to an owl, flamingo, and even a bucket of chicken nuggets.
Goof: Johnny's hairnet keeps disappearing and reappearing throughout A Gel for Johnny.
Johnny Meets Adam West marks the first appearance of Adam West on the show.
Johnny Meets Donny Osmond marks the first appearance of Donny Osmond on the show.
Under the Big Flop marks the fourth and last appearance of Jungle Boy on the show. We also learn that he is two years old.
Between 2009 and 2011, the European version of Cartoon Network's sister TV channel Boomerang used scenes from the episode Red Faced in the White House in their promos for the Johnny Bravo show:
The scene where Johnny is at the restaurant flexing his muscles and grabs the secret agent (disguised as a waiter) by the collar was used for the "Coming up later" promo.
The scene where Bonnie first sees Johnny and hits him repeatedly on the head with a stick was used for the "Coming up next" promo.
Suzy's recipe for lemonade contains only lemons, water and sugar.
During A Wolf in Chick's Clothing, when Johnny and Fluffy enter the ice-cream shop, the vendor looks a lot like the blond guy from the episode I Used to be Funny and who will later appear in Johnny Bravo Meets Farah Fawcett and Beach Blanket Bravo. However, the guy seen in this episode has red hair instead of being a blond. It is unknown if this was intentional or just a coloring mistake.
At the beginning of A Wolf in Chick's Clothing, we can see that Fluffy's phone number is 555-0123.
The movie Johnny and Fluffy went to see during A Wolf in Chick's Clothing was called "Kirwan Goes to Carmel", and was directed (or starred) Butch Hartman, one of the producers of Johnny Bravo, and Pat Gatz.
The belt Johnny was trying to obtain in the episode Substitute Teacher was called the Triple Dragon Belt.
Substitute Teacher marks the first and only appearance of Mr. Goodman. He will never be heard of or mentioned again (probably switched out with Master Hama).
Censorship: On the original airing of The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys, after Johnny tries hitting him, but flies over his head, Raggedy Angelo's line was "What a spazz".
In most (if not all) prints of this episode that air today, the word spazz has been replaced with turkey. It is easy to notice this edit as Angelo's voice suddenly changes to a deeper one when the word "turkey" is spoken.
The toy store Johnny visits in the episode The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys is called "Eternitoys" (with the first "R" written backwards), and their motto is "They last forever".
The restaurant Johnny went to during The Day the Earth Didn't Move Very Much was called "Chez Rich".
The short blond guy with glasses who seems to be the only person on the beach to notice a shark is among them during Beach Blanket Bravo has previously appeared in two other Johnny Bravo episodes: in I Used to be Funny, as the guy who kept kicking Johnny when the clowns put a "kick me" sign on Johnny's back, and in Johnny Bravo Meets Farah Fawcett, where he won't let Johnny enter Suzy's party.
In The Day the Earth Didn't Move Very Much, during the hotel scene, in the lobby you can see the same long-haired cook that appeared earlier in the restaurant scenes (now wearing a suit), and a girl who looks exactly like Suzy's teacher, Miss Babe (introduced in Super Duped), but having blond hair.
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