This episode was originally titled 'Kentucky Fried Flu', but underwent censorship before the airdate.
This is the episode with the most injuries. It is also the only episode where Butch Magnus is injured.
When the phone rings, and Huey gets up to answer it, the chair next to him is empty, even though just a second ago, Riley was sitting there.
Huey breaks the fourth wall twice in this episode. Once after talking to Granddad, and the second being about wanting his own room.
Ruckus makes no sense while telling his story, he refers to Themla as a "mulatto hussy". Mulatto being another term for "biracial". And yet when he talks to/about Jazmine he seems to praise her for being biracial.
If the story that Huey found on the internet is true, then the Freemans are partially descended from a slave master.
When Huey said, "Come back here, Riley!", he said it in Riley's voice.
When Granddad gets back from his vacation and sees the boys out cold, Riley has his prison suit on, but when he got knocked out, he wasn't wearing it. Plus, when he got up, he wasn't wearing it either.
Goof: When Huey and Riley are lying in bed talking, Riley's mouth doesn't move. Huey's only moves for one sentence.
Nitpick: When Robert is dancing in front of his computer for the video chat, there doesn't appear to be any sort of camera or webcam.
This is the second episode that Riley narrates, "The Story of Gangstalicious" being the first.
When Granddad answers the door for Luna, and after she poses like she did in her Myspace photo, you look over Granddad's shoulder, and Riley and Huey aren't on the balcony like they were earlier. Then we see Luna again, and then we see Riley and Huey on the balcony.
Running Gag: Whenever someone mentions the word 'Kumite', a sound effect often heard in kung-fu movies can be heard in the background.
During Luna's first flashback to the Kumite, Bushido Brown, the bodyguard for Oprah in the season one episode "Let's Nab Oprah", can be seen winning a tournament match.
Goof: There is no city in Georgia called Terra Bella, however, there is in California.
Two of the background beats in this episode resemble T.I.'s "Bring Em Out" and Yung Joc's "I Know You See It". Both Yung Joc and T.I. are rappers from Atlanta, Georgia and from the South just like Thugnificent.
An Incredible Hulk is a cocktail made with Hennesey and Hpnotiq.
The Freemans live on Timid Deer Lane.
Granddad calls Thugnificient "nappy headed ho" which is what Don Imus, a sports radio show host, called Rudger's Women Basketball Team. The term was considered a derogatory term towards African-Americans.
Goof: Stinkmeaner breaks the handcuff on his right arm in one scene, but later the handcuff is fixed.
User Score: 755
User Score: 527
User Score: 475
User Score: 242
User Score: 108
User Score: 61
User Score: 53
User Score: 44
User Score: 39
User Score: 28
User Score: 27
User Score: 25
User Score: 24
User Score: 21
User Score: 21
User Score: 19
User Score: 19
User Score: 18
User Score: 17
User Score: 16
kids hijinks, topical humor, issues with authority, isolation from society, teen angst