Goof: At the end, when Judy returns home and Jane asks her if she had a good time, her purple stockings are missing as she's briefly bare-legged.
On a Yogi's Galaxy Goof-Ups episode titled Purloined Princess, the song heard at the discoteque was a disco version of the Jet Screamer hit, "Eep-Opp-Ork-Ah-Ah".
(During Judy's Jet Screamer party)
George: You call that music?
Jane: And George, when you play your drums, Judy doesn't call that music. So you're even.
George: Oh, yeah? I'll take the drums every time.
Jane: Where are you going?
George: Down to the corner to get some bananas.
Jane: But you don't eat bananas.
George: I'm not gonna eat them. I'm gonna stuff them in my (drops down the tube) EAAAAAARRRSSS!!!
(After Judy leaves on her date)
Jane: Well, there they go.
George: Yeah, our little Judy with a guy we don't know anything about.
Jane: Oh, what's to get excited about?
George: What's to get excited about?!? You know the old saying: "When danger threatens the young, doth not the mother eagle bare her claws?"
Jane: An eagle? You're acting more like a cuckoo bird. George, now where are you going?
George: My daughter's gonna have a chaperone whether she likes it or (drops down the tube again) NOOOOOOTTT!!!
(Imitating Jet Screamer's spin entry)
George: Baby, baby, baby! Oh, oh, oh! Your daddy's home, and he's the star of the show! Oh, oh, oh! Oh, oh, oh!
Jane: George, what's going o-o-on?
Judy: Mother, you are looking at the new president of the Jet Screamer Fan Club.
George's middle initial is J.
George is talented with the drums and gets to show it off in this episode.
The Jet Screamer spin entry sound effect was regularly used on the Winsome Witch shorts of The Secret Squirrel Show, occuring every time she uses her magic and says "Ippedty, pippedty, POW!" The sound effect was also used on one of the last Hanna-Barbera logos seen at the end of various HB shows. It was the animated rectangular logo that featured several All-Stars streaking across from Fred, Barney, and Dino (The Flintstones), George and Elroy Jetson, Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw (in his guise of El Kabong) and Scooby-Doo.
The song "Eep-Opp-Ork-Ah-Ah" (That Means I Love You) is performed.
The Indianapolis 500
A futuristic version of this race is referred to as the Indianapolis 500,000.