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This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Gwen Stacey, Harry Osborne and Norman Osborne.
During the premiere of this episode on Disney XD, the regularly broadcasted episode aired without the voice track for most of the episode. However, the HD version aired without any problems.
This episode premiered at 9:30pm (ET) instead of its normal timeslot of 9:00pm (ET).
Over the phone, Norman Osborn refers to the person who gives him Menken's address as "Gargan." This is most likely the character Mac Gargan, a private investigator who will one day be the villain called The Scorpion.
This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Liz Allen, Flash Thompson and J. Jonah Jameson.
This is the first episode in which Peter Parker never appears out of costume.
This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, Liz Allan and Norman Osborn.
This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Flash Thompson, Mary-Jane Watson and J. Jonah Jameson.
The man who proposes at the restaurant, as well as the woman who accepts, are the same couple Spider-Man brought together at the beginning of "Reaction."
This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Flash Thompson, Harry Osborne and George Stacy.
In the comics, Ricochet was a name Peter Parker used when Spider-Man was accused of murder in the Identity Crisis storyline. Fancy Dan, the Ricochet of this series, uses a suit that gives him abilities similar to a mutant of the same name from a Spider-Man influenced group called "The Slingers."
This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Liz Allan, Harry Osborne and George Stacy.
After knocking a car into water, Hammerhead tells Spider-Man that his head is steel plated. In the comics, it is not steel but adamantium.
This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, Flash Thompson and J. Jonah Jameson.
This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Liz Allan, Flash Thompson and J. Jonah Jameson.
There are references to other versions of 'Sandman' in this episode. One of the things Sandman wants to steal is The Urn of Morpheus. Morpheus is among the names of the DC/Vertigo Mystic character Dream of the Endless, whose book is called The Sandman.
Also, when Sandman appears before a little girl, she asks 'Mr. Sandman?' and he says 'Yessss?'. When Peter leaves Flash's party, the news first speaks of Sandman's robbery attempt, and then says it will play a classic oldies song by The Chordettes, whose big hit song was 'Mr. Sandman', where the line Sandman exchanged with the little girl came from.
This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, Harry Osborne and Flash Thompson.
This episode marks the first appearance of Mark Allan. His sister Liz mentioned him earlier in the season, in the episode "Blueprints".
This episode's theme song featured Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, George Stacy and Liz Allan.
In the comics, "Master Planner" was an alias used by Doctor Octopus to keep Spider-Man in the dark about his identity.
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