Dr. Meangreen bears a striking similarity to Reducto, a villain from the series Birdman, in terms of appearance.
Goof: The antenna of Speed Buggy's remote control alternates from left to right and even the top middle on several occasions in this episode.
Debbie: I wonder if anyone lives here?
Tinker: Or...(gulps) any thing? (Krelb opens the door) Yikes!
Debbie: Oh, thank gosh! It's a human being...sort of.
Krelb: Would you care to enter?
Mark: Uh, do we have any choice?
Krelb: The answer is no.
Tinker: Then our answer is (gulps) yes.
(Seeing Dr. Meangreen's mutant plants on a rampage when he uses his remote control technology on them)
Tinker: Golly! Looks like a new version of flower power!
(In a shed, the gang don plant-like disguises to sneak back to Dr. Meangreen's lab)
Debbie: (disguised as a giant sunflower) I just hope my ragweed allergies don't start acting up.
Tinker: (disguised as a giant cactus) Ouch! Golly! This thing itches more than my winter underwear.
Mark: (disguised as a giant cob of corn) Don't knock it, gang. I feel cornier than both of you. Okay, now it's time for the Greenery Berets to spring into action.
The plot of this episode is similar to the Josie and the Pussycats episode "A Greenthumb Is Not a Goldfinger". Both episodes feature an evil scientist who creates mutant plants in an effort to take over the world.