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Mitsuki wears contact lenses.
When Gonard is talking about his room, Gonard's mom is heard for the first time.
Mikey's room contains a few LilyMu posters, a bar with stools, a refrigerator, trashcan, chair, two giant speakers with a Mikey and Gonard doll on them, a TV with a neon "Mikey" sign above it, a table, and a couch with a bed above it with sheets decorated with Mikey's face.
The objects on Gonard's behind are a slice of pizza, a crayon, a toothbrush, a bag of chips, a leaf, some lipstick, a pencil case, and the handcuff key.
Goof: If you look closely at the months of the calendar while Ozu is telling the rules, you'll see that September and October repeat on the calendar as the dates fly by.
Ozu announced rule 4,432 before Mikey and Gonard left. When they got back, Ozu announced rule 4,433 as if no time had passed. Wasn't he still telling rules to Lily, Mitsuki, and Guano?
The Yes-Man's shirt when he gets back from vacation with Ozu says, "I went to the airport and all I got was this wonderful T-shirt. Thank you, Ozu."
On the box for the LilyMu game, the rating "E" can be seen. This is a rating system that is only used by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. In Japan, the Computer Entertainment Rating Organization has an entirely different rating system.
When the dog jumps in the green car drives away, the steering wheel is on the wrong (left) side.
One of Mikey's fans resembles Mechazawa from Cromartie High School.
Suave Mikey appears for the first time in this episode.
Chun-Li and Zangief from the videogame "Street Fighter" make appearances in this episode.
Embarrassing photos that Mikey takes:
1. Lily with her face mask on
2. Mitsuki with milk coming out of her nose
3. Gonard picking his nose
4. 17 pages of Guano playing with dolls
The phrase that Yes Man said, "Loose lips sink ships," is a refernece to the World War 2 American saying, created to discourage Americans from spilling information about the war to the enemy.
The editor of "The Scoop" tabloid magazine resembles J. Jonah Jameson, Peter Parker's (Spider-Man) boss at the "Daily Bugle."
The girls in Socky's music video resembles Shampoo from Ranma 1/2 and Rei from Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Socky is performing in the music video "Slim Socky" on the album Sockfest produced by Sockafella Records.
Sockey is appearing on a talk show very similar to "Late Night with Conan O'Brien"
Socky's bodyguard is a spoof of Batou from "Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex".
Dr. Takashi Katashi is a spoof of the character Hatake Kakashi from the anime "Naruto".