The song about retardos is a parody of "Desperado" by the Eagles.
Moltar says he's never introduced at the beginning of the show, but he's been introduced at least once before.
Zorak's glove's change color and so does his skin color to 2 different shades of green.
On the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume Two DVD, the deleted scene doesn't go with the episode. On it, Space Ghost had to have the Aqua Teens comertialized on his show to live, but on the show got a house boat and speaker for comertializing them.
Tenacious D plays the song "F*** Her Gently," which is immediately dubbed over with "Good King Wenceslas."
When Zorak's demonic speech is played backwards, he says:
Watch Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Thursdays and Sundays at Nine.
His speech is a bit loose backwards, like Zorak has something in his mouth.
"Doctor Worm" may be a reference to the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.
The Tooth Fairy in this episode was animated in the form of an unknown character from "The Flintstones". The Flintstones and Space Ghost were both created by Hanna-Barbera Productions in the 1960s.
The name "Bizarro" in "Bizarro Santa" derives from Superman's foe in Hanna-Barbera's long running television series, "Super Friends" which ran from 1973 to 1986.
The guitar strumming heard during Space Ghost's guitar lesson is the introduction to "Roundabout" by Yes.
The cartoon horse that runs by Jim Jarmusch and Space Ghost is Quick Draw McGraw.
This episode is very similar to Harvey's Civvy, episode 3x2 of Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law.
In both shows, the protagonist is a super-hero who has moved into another field of work. The protagonist is being sued for damages caused in the past, whilst they were a super-hero. In both cases, the group of persons suing the protagonist are characters from the action-series. Also, both times, the lawyer suing the protagonist is a villain from the action-series.
This episode reveals Space Ghost's middle name to be Eustace. It's on the letter sent to him from Dr. Nightmare: Attorney at Law.
Right after Moltar tells Chuck D. that he blew up a porta-potty, "911 IS A JOKE" reads on Moltar's monitor.
This is not a reference to the 9-11 attacks on the World Trade Center, because this episode was produced 3 years prior to the attacks. But, during the attacks, some people were in shock, and thought the attacks were 'a joke'.
The mirrored message that was flashed reads:
During the episode, there are 25 different phone numbers and messages flashed before the break, 19 flashed after. In total, there were 44 messages throughout the entire episode.
Leonard Ghostal said Moltar's father should have been disqualified for using a foreign object in a steel cage match. Usually Steel Cage matches have no disqualification.
The name of the episode, Pavement, is the real name of the band that plays in the episode. Space Ghost introduces them as "The Beatles."
Everytime the taco resturant is mentioned, it is given a different name
such as Taco King and Taco Hut.
Goof: Birdman's helmet turns eggshell blue, in the scene right before Birdman sends Avenger to attack Lokar, when Birdman is pointing at Lokar.
Zorak claims that Moltar was never blasted by Space Ghost along the series. However, Moltar was already blasted by Space Ghost in the episode "Elevator" as well as in the episode "Lovesick"
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