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When Billy Diller and Wanda William after being interviewed, it shows the symbol for the White Collar team, even though they were Blue Collars.
The footage from "Wall Buggers" is recycled footage from "Meat Handlers vs. Cartoon Voice Actors" with new names for the players.
When they interview Wolf Phister in "Dash To Death," it shows him on the Broadcast News team, but there's a picture of a chainsaw in the lower left of the screen.
In Wall Bangers, the second guy with a football uniform on was named Willie Stroker. However, in the eliminations, Kenny refers to him as "Woody" instead of "Willie."
The Guy LeDouche footage in Segment One was recycled from MXC Almost Live.
At the start of the episode, when Guy list's the challenges for the episode, Circle Jerkers is spelled Cirle Jerkers.
When Willie Simmons is being interviewed it shows him on the baked goods team, but there's a picture of Flip-Flops which indicates that it shows him on the team of The Footwear Industry instead.
When Kenny says, "And the virgin has been selected," in the Devil Food Island scene, look at the selected person, and you can see a wire hoisted on his back.
In "Bust-A-Nut" when Talia Ban goes, the curve is called "Cashew Curve." However, when Al Keebler goes, Vic says "Cashew Alley."
When Billy Jane King was being interviewed it shows her in the Advertising team, but theres a picture of Flip-Flops in the lower left hand corner of the screen.
Rotating Surfboard of Death contestant Arnold Nicklaus is credited as Murray Angst in the Painful Eliminations.
Skidmarkers contestant Alex Marquez was credited as George Foreman in the Painful Eliminations.
In Pole Riders, the man wearing the black cape is known as Scab Backman, but In Kenny's Eliminations, he is named Popeye Boyle.
In Saddle Sores, Horse #5 is named Fear of Frothy Things, but In Kenny's Eliminations, he is named Fear of Heights.
The first thirty seconds with Vic and Kenny was a rerun of part of "Cops vs. Cons" from Season One.
In Kenny's eliminations, when they show Sarah Silvman getting hit in the face the second time, the black ball that hits her is red.
A player interviewed under the name "Fergie Nedeich" was later identified in both "Little Man In The Boat" and "Tumbling Dominoes of Doom" as "Calista Flynn Boyle". Wazzupwitdat?
Vinnie The Snitch from the "New Jersey Edition" of MXC shown in "Gamblers vs. Medics" is in this episode.
The entire game of Log Drop is re-used footage from the one played in Episode 24 (Wall Street vs. Alcohol), with new characters and occupations filled in.
The man who falls down before attempting Dope On A Rope is identified by Vic as "Rick Crack, the founder of McDumper's." So, why would Kenny refer to him as "Ray Crack" in his eliminations?