The pearl necklace was known as the Earl of Searle Pearls.
Squiddly mentions that he cannot stand a sloppy pond, but in episode 18, "Foxy Seal", the Chief complains about how messy Squiddly's tank is, while Squiddly doesn't seem to mind.
The robot's name is Squeaky Squid.
Apparently, Squiddly is now considered the star attraction of Bubbleland.
Goof: The door on Chief Winchley's office never closes, and apparently opens on both sides.
The two bank robbers are called Tiny and Knuckles.
This is actually the second time Squiddly ends up on a pirate ship. The first time this happened was in episode 7, "Chief Cook and Bottle Washer".
Even though it wasn't a real ghost this time, Squiddly seems to be very afraid of ghosts. This might be because of the events from episode 16, "The Ghost is Clear", where he encounters real ghosts.
The butler's name is Creeps.
This is the second time Squiddly is mistaken for a monster from outer space. The first time this happened was in episode 15, "Naughty Astronaut".
The movie director seen in this episode looks a lot like the one from episode 6, "Sea grunt", but has a different voice.
It is revealed that a former exhibit form Bubbleland, Waverly Walrus, left Bubbleland and became a great Hollywood star, having his own spy show.
The TV in Chief Winchley's Office has a HB logo on it. This is most likely a reference to Hanna-Barbera, the creators of this show.
The fox's kids names are: Tommy, Timmy, Tammy, Tiny, Trudy and Melvin.
Wilbur's pets are a crocodile, a bear and a gorilla.
Squiddly is once again seen in his red pool tank. However, this time only "Squiddly" is written on it.
This episode is basically a reversed version of episode 1, "Way Out Squiddly", where aliens believe Squiddly is a typical Earth man. Here, Earth men believe Squiddly is an alien.
Goof: The stewardess tells Chief Winchley the plane they are on won't go anywhere near Tahiti, but a couple of moments later she tells him that if he jumps from the plane at that moment, he should land in Tahiti.
The Sudsy-Wudsy Soap Contest which Chief Winchley won in this episode was also mentioned in the episode "Impractical Joker" from The Flintstones, where Barney Rubble won.
Goof: Squiddly tells the chief he only has eight arms, but in reality he only has six of them.