Exactly what happens to the Lugg Brothers after they leave Zoolie's gamehouse? They don't return to the Maelstrom with Konk, and are never seen again in the series.
The ship that Konk and the Lugg Brothers use to sail to Janda-Town is the same Atani warship they stole in "Dishonor," despite the fact they tore it apart and it sank in "Break Up."
Niddler's wing is already healed from the previous episode.
Strand, the rat-faced pirate who antagonizes Ioz in "The Darkdweller", makes his first appearance here, but he only has two arms.
The First Treasure looks like the Second when Tula takes it from Ioz's hand.
Ioz: Careful what you say, woman! (with nostalgia on his face) My most treasured memories were born in Janda Town.
Mantus:(Justifying his bet of 1,000 gold pieces on Konk's survival) After all, the only two beings to ever escape the Constrictus are Ren... and most of Konk!
Niddler: Why do monsters have such disgusting eating habits?
(Upon meeting Zoolie)
Ioz: Last time I was in here these boards were loose!
Zoolie: Aye! And I nailed them back down after you snuck away without paying your bill!
Tula: You two know each other?
Ioz & Zoolie (in unison): He owes me money!
Ioz(under Zoolie's gamehouse, just before we cut to Ren and Niddler in the Maelstrom sewer):Could ever there be a worse place than this?
Tula:(evidently improving her curses from hanging around Ioz) By Davin's beard! There's more than one way to take the bristles off that little Gantha Pig!
TULA: Only the scum of the sea drop anchor here.
IOZ: Careful, woman! My fondest memories were made in Janda-Town.
This episode along with The Quest, Dishonor, Break Up, and Victory were part of a five part miniseries titled Dark Water that aired on FOX.
First appearance of Teron and Zoolie.
Primus, Jenna, and the acolyte who gave Ren the Compass (in "The Quest") all make flashback appearances in this episode.