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Miss Winifred Fowl (voice)
Cynthia Aurora "Cindy" Vortex (voice)
Liberty Danielle "Libby" Folfax (voice)
Carlton Ulysses Wheezer (voice)/Robo-Fiend
Carl's last name is Wheezer.
In ultra Sheen, Jimmy finds the power crystal. Sheen and Robofiend touched it and became Ultra. However, when Jimmy touches it, nothing happens.
In Party at Neutrons, when he signs the contract, his room is normal. But when Sheen shows Nick and kids Jimmy's room, there is a bunch of stuff.
"Llamapalooza," the game that Carl plays is rated "EC" for Early Childhood.
Why didn't Jimmy use the the Time Booth to teleport the raptor back to its time after he knocked it unconcious?
When Goddard opened up his speakers to play the music, the song was snipped at the beginning. Later, when Jimmy got a call from his parents, before his Brain Blast, "Go Jimmy, Jimmy" wasn't playing, like it was originally - it was a techno beat song. Then, after he said "Brain Blast," the techno beat song resumed in the background, instead of "Go Jimmy, Jimmy"!
UltraLord vs. Robo-Fiend Mega Battle is rated T for Teen.
We learn Jimmy has a crush on Betty Quinlan in this episode!
The quantum replay was introduced in this episode as a time accelerator. It was introduced a second time in "Sorry, Wrong Era."
When Jimmy's parents enter his room at the begining of "Party at Neutrons", it's normal, but during the party, when the kids enter his room, it's very messy.
When Betty and Jimmy are dancing you see Libby in the background, dancing. A moment later she is next to Cindy.
When Sheen says "I'm a ba-a-a-ad Battle Buddy!" after UltraLord gets blasted by Robo Fiend's magma cannon, his eye color switches back to its normal brown for a few moments instead of green, which is how his eyes look while he's inside the game.
The sound of Sheen jumping off the llama to catch the Ultra Crystal comes a few seconds before he actually jumps.
Jimmy: Behold, the glory that is the Neutronic Game Pyramid!
Sheen: (makes triangle with fingers)Ooh, pointy.
Hugh: I'll hang up my jacket and then I'll say nice things about Jimmy. (he puts his jacket away inside the closet but a dinosaur raptor hands it)
Hugh: (to Judy) Uh, sugarbooger? How long do we have a raptor in the closet?
(the raptor comes out of the closet and roars)
Judy: James Issac Neutron!
Jimmy: I can fix that! I hope...!
Jimmy: Well, Mom didn't say Sheen could't invite anybody. Sheen, I think it's okay if we invite a few people-
Sheen: Uh, Jimmy, could you hold that for a sec... (with multiple phones in his hands) Yeah you heard me! Call everyone you ever met!
Nick: Get out of my way, Shine!
Sheen: It's Sheen!
Sheen: This is going to be the greatest night of our lives!!!
Carl: (in a monotonous tone) Or a horrible night of pain and suffering...
Jimmy: Carl, whatda say that for?
Carl: Hey, I calls them as I sees them. (jumps back on a chair and picks up a phone, smiling like nothing happened.)
Sheen: Oh, yeah. I always get magicians and dinosaurs mixed up.
(Cindy notices Betty and Jimmy dancing on the table and gets jealous)
Cindy: Why would anyone want to dance with Nerdtron? I wouldn't dance with him if he were the last kid on Earth!
Sheen: Methinks the lady doth protest too much.
Cindy: Methinks you better button your yap 'fore I button it for you! (holds up a fist threatening as Sheen literally buttons his lips)
Sheen: We could play Spin The Bottle.... (pulls a bottle out and spins it)
Libby: Yeah. (stops the bottle) Or we could play Spin Sheen And Hit 'Im With A Bottle!
Sheen: There's no way I'm ever, ever playing that game again until next week.
Robo-Fiend: Fools! You are helpless before one who now and forever shall be known as MEGA ROBO-FIEND!
Sheen: You know, you might wanna think about counselling. I'm picking up some self-esteem issues here, and it's really-(Robo-Fiend tries to stomp on him) aah!
(Sheen, about carrying his UltraLord video game around)
Sheen: I don't need to. I can stop whenever I want. I DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM!!!
Sheen: I'm telling you, bologna is made by tiny bologna elves!
Carl: And I'm telling you, bologna grows on mighty bologna trees!
Hugh: Bad dinosaur! Bad! Okay, that's it - out of the house! Ow! Ow! You know what? I'm glad you're extinct - you're mean!
Nick: You can't kick me out. I'm-I'm me.
Cindy: (about Betty) Who invited Miss I'm-So-Beautiful-And-Perfect?
Jimmy: Well, Mom didn't say anything about Sheen inviting anyone over, so okay! Sheen, uh, I guess it'd be OK if you invited just a few--
Sheen: Could you keep it down, Jimmy? (into two phones) Yeah, you heard me! Party at Neutron's! Call everyone you ever met in your entire life and tell them to get over here right now! This is going to be the greatest night of our lives! (tosses the phones behind him)
Ultra Lord: (after being attacked by Robo-Fiend's Magma) ARRRGH! That's going to leave an Ultra bruise. (faints)
Carl's Llama Videos:
Larry The Llama in: Laundry Trouble
Llamas Need Mamas
Llamathon Vol. 5
The Cuddlytime Superstars
All Llamas Go To Heaven
The Llama Files Vol. 1
Mr. Mysterious Presents: Llama Cowboys!
Llamas Are Super and other stories Vol. 4
As Jimmy meets his parents outside, he looks inside and notices its a mess, but you can also see that the robotic salesmen from the episode "Birth of a salesman" is lying on the floor.
On March 3, 2004, when this episode aired 3 PM, the episode changed from the other times it aired, including when it premiered.
"Party At Neutron's" was originally going to air with "Love Potion 976/J," which was originally only 11 minutes. "Ultra Sheen" was originally going to air with "Professor Calamitous, I Presume."
The video game scenes in "Ultra Sheen" have different animation. These scenes were animated with Adobe Illustrator.
Sheen's reference to the song "Doth I Protest Too Much" by Alanis Morrissette is mentioned.
Ultra Crystals: Turn Huge
This is a reference to the super mushrooms from the Super Mario series from Nintendo. Although he size is a little more resembleing the Mega Mushroom from New Super Mario Bros. and Super Paper Mario by Nintendo.
All Llamas Go to Heaven
The title and artwork for one of Carl's Llama Videos parodies the movie All Dogs Go To Heaven.
UltraLord vs. Robo Fiend Mega Battle is rated T. Carl's video games are rated E. These are designed to look like their real life counterparts but are lowercase letters instead of uppercase.
Ultra Crystals are a spoof of the Chaos Emeralds from the ever-popular Sonic The Hedgehog video game series. The only difference is you only need one Ultra Crystal to gain ultimate power, rather than seven Chaos Emeralds to gain ultimate power.
Music: Go Jimmy, Jimmy
One of the songs at the party was "Go Jimmy, Jimmy" (from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius) but you could barley hear it. (It's right after his parents call.)
Jimmy: Rockem Sockem Einstein.
"Rockem, Sockem, Einstien" is a spoof of the game "Rockem, Sockem Robots"
Hugh: (singing) When you're a duck, you're a duck all the way, from the first time you quack, to the last egg you lay!
These lyrics are sung the same way as in "The Jet's Song" in the movie West Side Story. The original lyrics are: "When you're a Jet, you're a Jet all the way. From your first cigarette, to your last dying day!"
UltraLord: Would you like to be my Battle Buddy?
Sheen's UltraLord game is similar to the video game Kingdom Hearts. In that game, Sora teams up with Donald and Goofy, who become his battle buddies.
Action: Robo-Fiend fight
The scene when Robo-Fiend and Sheen attack each other with their mega attacks is from Dragonball Z.
Title Screen: Ultra Sheen
The font of the title screen for "Ultra Sheen" is taken from the SEGA logo.
Jimmy: Behold the glory that is the Neutronic Game Pyramid!
The Neutronic Game Pyramid is a spoof of the Nintendo GameCube
Robo-Fiend's Attack: Atomic Breath
Atomic Breath is from Godzilla.
In "Party At Neutron's," right before small Carl says, "Don't step on me!", three kids are dancing like Peanuts characters in A Charlie Brown Christmas. To tie into that, the part of the Men Pretending To Be Boys song playing during that part sounds like "Linus and Lucy." There were at least two kids who were dancing just like Freddy and Velma in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo. Betty and Jimmy's dancing at the party is a spoof of the dance from the movie Pulp Fiction
Hugh: We're finally gonna get to see Ducks! The greatest musical ever made!
Ducks is a spoof of Cats.
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