When Jonathan and the man who sells Nacos are shaking hands, they use their left hands. In normal settings, people use their right hands.
When Kim and Ron are in the museum at the start of the episode, Kim is wearing her green tank top and capris and Ron is wearing his red jersey. When they wake up from the dream sequence, they are wearing the clothes they wore at the end of the dream, the yellow star shirt and the black and white shirt
The first time we see the electrostatic illuminator(in the flashback), it's working with seconds (we see the number 60 to refer a minute), but when we see the photo of Miss Go, it's working with minutes (52560000 minutes), and at the end of the episode, when it's about to explode, returns to work with seconds
When Kim looks through the glass at Mim and John's photo, her reflection shows her hair on its normal side, but it should've been on her opposite, since she was looking in something sort of like a mirror.
When Kim is holding the two photos, one of them is supposed to be of Miss Go holding the Electro-Static Illuminator and the other is supposed to be of the Taco stand. If you look closely at the two photos in the Museum, Ron takes the photo that is supposed to be of the Taco stand, but then it changes to the Hamburger stand.
Kim's great aunt Possible wouldn't look like her. Most of her looks come from her mothers side of the family.
Kim: (About the electrostatic illuminator, after getting it) There's gotta be some way to disable it.
Wade: I haven't figured that part out yet.
Ron: No worries! I'm sure we got a whole sixty seconds left.
Wade: Actually, fifty-five seconds!
Ron: Yeah, I got nothing.
Ron: (of Drakken's ancestor) You know what they say, Kim, 'The nut doesn't fall far from the tree.' (eats several Spark Rocks, causing his hair to stand on end)
Kim: Acorn, but you're right, a Lipsky on the scene can't be good.
Ron: I was looking for 100 year old hot sauce, this stuff's got to pack a punch now.
Ron: (Crunching loudly on Spark Rocks) My hair standing on end?
Kim: (raising her eyebrows while staring at Ron) No more so than usual.
Kim: (after waking from her dream) I can't believe I just zoned out like that.
Ron: I can't believe the dream I had.
Kim: About The World's Fair?
Ron: And our ancestors?
Kim: And Drakken and Shego too?
Ron: So. . . we had the exact same dream!?
Kim: Can't get much weirder than that.
Drakken: Kim Possible, you think you're all that, but. . . (sees the hovercraft Kim pulled him and Shego off of explode) Oh, you. . . uh, saved us.
Shego: This is an awkward moment.
Drakken: We must never speak of it again.
Kim: Fair enough.
Ron: This is all like some crazy dream.
(fade out to Ron and Kim sleeping)
Barkin: Possible, Stoppable, wake up! The exhibit isn't that boring.
Exterminator: Under normal circumstances they would be gone in two, or three days, tops, but these seem to be mutant termites.
Drakken: Mutant? Really, I can assure you, I have no idea how they got that way.
Drakken: No, it's someone named Demenz.
Shego: Doy, that's Professor Dementor's real name.
Drakken: (shocked) He uses a fake name?!?
Shego: (sarcastically) Yeah, can you imagine, Drew Lipsky?
Barkin: 100 years ago the world came to Middleton-
Ron: Where did they all stay?
Kim: (of photo) Doesn't that remind you of-
Ron: A squid juggling lunch meat?
Kim: No, Shego!
Ron: O-Oh... yeah...
Kim: (thinking that Ron is looking for the electrostatic illuminator) Is it there?
Ron: Found it!
Kim: That's not the electrostatic illuminator!
Ron: Oh, right. Yeah, I was looking for 100-year old hot sauce. This stuff's gotta pack a punch now!
Jonathan Stoppable: I have seen the future and it's name is taco!
Museum Guy: Some say that this mysterious female warrior was the true key behind the many victories of Ronicus.
Kim: Hmmm. . . sounds about right.
Ron: Hey! Who got the big statue? Uh, uh, Booyah.
Drakken: (About the cookies) Try one Shego! (Singsong voice) They have no calories!
Ron: You're 110 years old?!
Wayne: And I still look better than you.
Drakken: To my mother's attic!
Shego: I'm going, but I am not sure why.
Drakken: Shego, the electro-static illuminater is the reason I became a villain!
Shego: I thought you became a villian because your friends laughed at you in nerd school.
Drakken: Well, thank you for harshing my mellow, Shego.
Kim: (realizing) The musuem!
Ron: (hair standing on end due to spark rocks) Another field trip?
Wayne: You really don't have much going on in the upper story, do you, Spike?
Ron: Who cares about hundred-year-old timers? Uh, maybe this isn't the best place to talk about this.
MHS Sign: History Field Trip Yesterday.
MHS Sign: Those Who Fail History Are Doomed to Repeat It.
Jonathan Stoppable: (of the Electro-static Illuminator) You don't know what it does, do you?
Prof. Demenz: No, but it makes lightning and that's got to be good for something!
Wayne: That was my last flash. The rest of the pictures I took that night might as well have been of coal miners in a blackout.
Shego: Wait, since when do we win?
Wayne: (On why he didn't tell Barkin what he saw) I was a ten year old kid with a theory, and Barkin was the Chief of Police, with his own theory.
Ron: His theory made for a good headline.
Kim: (Of Mim) How could someone who'd done so much good go so bad?
Mr. Dr. Possible: Don't worry, Kimmie, I'm sure you won't end up like that. (Kim glares at him) Oh, that's not where you were going with this, was it?
Wade: I've been digitally enhancing the old photos!
Wayne: "Digitally enhancing." Pah.
This episode was shown in the mid-afternoon August 5th during a mini-marathon.
Animation Production by: Starburst Animation Co., Ltd
The candy Ron was eating in this episode was called Shocks Rocks, it send a burst of static electricity throughout the eater's body. This is a reference to Pop Rocks, the candy that crackles and pops as it dissolves in the eater's mouth.