Mysterio has a deeper voice in this episode.
Mysterio: Time for the cavalry to arrive! (Lowers a net with Jameson and Terri Lee in it)
Spider-Man: Beck, they don't have anything to do with this. Let them go! Well, Jameson you can keep...
Peter: Yeah, I get it now too. Thanks for helping me make sense of my life, Uncle Ben. And Spider-man's life too.
Mary Jane: [Mary Jane talks to Peter on the phone] Maybe we could see a movie to?
Peter: A movie, huh hold on while I check my schedule. Yes!... [Jumps up and holds on to his ceiling fan] Tight schedule MJ, but I think I can make it.
Mary Jane: Great, see you then. Oh, and Peter try to wear matching socks this time. [Ceiling Fan breaks and Peter falls]
Lt. Lee: So, what do you think of your big hero now!
Jameson: Just get me out this thing.
Lt. Lee: Did I hear a please?
Spider-Man: Guess that's a wrap.
Mary Jane: A riddle Mr. Parker, what do I have in common with Spiderman?
Peter: Huh, you both look good in skin tight outfits?
Mary Jane: We both haven't been ourselves lately.
Spider-Man: You'd think I would remember a guy with a fish bowl for a head.
Aunt May: This is terrible! Spider-Man robbed the Metropolitan Museum last night. Took dozens of valuable artifacts. Manhandled the guards.
This was adapted into comic book format in Spider-Man Adventures #5. It was later reprinted in Spectacular Spider-Man (UK Magazine) #28 and in the trade paperback Spider-Man Adventures.
The title of this episode is the same as the one in the 60's series that introduced Mysterio.
Marvin Wolfman, one of the co-writers for this episode, wrote Spider-Man comics in the mid-80s.
Most of the Daily Bugle articles shown during the show say "By Ned Leeds" - the article about Mysterio's defeat in this episode is one of the easiest to see.
Mysterio first appeared in the comics in the Amazing Spider-Man #13. the plot of that comic and this episode are almost identical.