The episode apparently conflates all tropical peoples, as circumcision does not occur in the Amazon. Or among any indigenous peoples in the Western Hemisphere.
Brock is wearing his "Yeti" costume up until Sgt. Hatred starts taking photos. In the photos, you can see that Brock is in his normal clothes, but after the photos are taken, Brock is back in the Yeti costume.
Around the time Sgt Hatred's party starts, the Monarch's typically very pale skin changes to a noticeably healthier flesh tone for several scenes. His skin changes back to its normal color in the hot tub.
Trivia: Among the items tossed in the fire by the Monarch, you can see the portrait of Phantom Limb's costumed adventurer ancestor from the episode "The Invisible Hand of Fate."
Trivia: There is a portrait of Richard Nixon hanging above Sergeant Hatred's fireplace.
The closed captions mispelled "Sorayama" (as in Mike Sorayama from a previous episode) as "Sariamo" when referring to the design of Billy's cybernetic arm.
Trivia: Brock's superior, Sgt. Haine, bears a striking resemblance to the villain Sgt. Hatred seen briefly for the first time in "Fallen Arches." Haine is French for "hate."
The closed captioning misspells Bilderberg as "Build-A-Bear."
In the episode "Victor. Echo. November." the Monarch's henchmen 21 and 24 say that Billy won a ton of money on a game show called "Card Sharks", but here we see that the name of the game show was actually "Quizboy." But considering that the pair got all the other details about Billy wrong, the name of the show could just be added to that list.
Trivia: Race Bannon, the bodyguard of the Quest family from Jonny Quest makes his second appearance in the Venture Universe here, the first being in "Ice Station - Impossible!"
Trivia: When Billy goes to see Prof. Fantomos in his office, you can see someone scraping the name "Impossible" off the door. This is Prof. Richard Impossible, the Mr. Fantastic-esque head of Impossible Industries, and former teacher of Dr. Rusty Venture.
Trivia: We learn that Billy's robotic hand is based on the work of Mike Sorayama, the robotics expert from "Past Tense." Phantom Limb also makes a point of saying that Sorayama was a student of his, which may go toward explaining Sorayama's actions in that episode.
Trivia: Master Billy Quizboy's real name is Billy Whalen.
Trivia: Seen in the background during the phone call with Jonas are three of the Impossibles, though you only seem Dr. Impossible's arm handing Jonas a clipboard.
In their home, Pete White appears to be playing a video game, but when the camera angle changes, you can see over Billy's shoulder that the TV is off.
Trivia: Dr. Venture's former sidekick, Hector, and bodyguard, Swifty, now work for the doctor's brother, Jonas Jr. This adds the pair to the list of people Dr. Venture has rejected that Jonas Jr. has employed.
Trivia: From Dr. Killinger's line about giving President Nixon a power tie, it seems that Killinger may not just be a parody of the real-life consultant and political advisor, Dr. Henry Kissinger, the intent seems to be that they are actually the same person.
It's revealed here that the Monarch had extensive dealings with Phantom Limb and Dr. Girlfriend when they were a couple. However, this seems to contradict a scene in the episode "Tag Sale-You're It!" where the Monarch claims to be ignorant of Dr. Girlfriend's history with Phantom Limb, asking her "Didn't you used to work for him, or live near him, or something?"
Trivia: The Monarch's first name is Malcolm.
The Monarch identifies himself as Manotaur to Phantom Limb, despite the fact that there is already a real Manotaur. Interestingly, in the episode "Fallen Arches," the Monarch paints a Minotaur on his back and reveals that the Cocoon does contain its own Murderous Maze.
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