Billboard Gag: Seal Club Meeting Thursday
When Jake went down the fish tube, shouldn't the paper that he was holding get wet and soggy?
In the scene where Jake stops swinging to read a letter that Adam dropped he leaves huge scratch marks on the floor but when he is done reading the letter the scratch marks are gone.
When Ingrid alone was in the closet, the rectangular prism' shape of the room was horizontal. When the animals are all in the closet playing games, the shape is vertical.
A preview for this episode was shown before the previous episode aired.
Windsor: (about Deidre) I don't know what hurts more. The coconut in my face, or listening to her.
Adam: Are you having fun at my birthday party, Kerry?
Kerry: Yeah, I love the insanity of this place. (dodges a piece of pizza) It's like being inside of a kaleidoscope that's on fire.
Chad: Who's having a birthday party?
Adam: I am.
Chad: Oh, it is going to be like the one you had in first grade? Where you wet your pants and cried.
Adam: No, that's not going to happen again.
Chad: Why? Are you going to wear a stupid diaper? What other stupid stuff are you going to do? Invite your stupid animal friends? I'm sure they'll do something to make you look stupid.
Kerry: Don't listen to Chad, he's (pauses) stupid.
First appearance of Deidre Koala, she will appear again in Gorilla My Dreams.
Adam cries like a little girl.
In the first grade, Adam wet his pants and cried. He did the same thing in this episode.
Deidre's name is actually pronounced Dear-Dra.
As hinted in "Bad News Bear." Lupe is a lot stronger than she looks.
Ingrid almost died lacking of air supply.
Credits: Deidre is smelling eucalyptus.
Running Gags: 1.) Adam and Kerry keep backing up after saying something embarrassing. 2.) Adam keeps putting things in the closet. 3.) Deidre keeps talking about eucalyptus. 4.) The animals get scared of Deidre.
Third appearence of Kerry.
We get to see Adam's father in this episode, but we do not get to see his face.
When Adam asks the koala if he can sit there, she responds with "I don't know, can you?" to which Adam responds with "may I sit here?"
This is a reference to a bit that was done often on the popular 1980's show.
Episode Title: She's Koala That
A play on words of the title of the 1999 romantic comedy, She's All That, starring Rachael Leigh Cook and Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Episode Title: Supplies Party
A play on words of the term surprise party.
Spongebob Squarepants reference: Near the end of "Supplies Party", Jake mentions the animals are playing a game of sponge mop limbo. This is an allusion to the fact Jake and Spongebob are both voiced by Tom Kenny.
Franchises: Pig E. Porker's Pizza Palace is a parody of the video arcade franchise, Chuck E. Cheese's.