I Stamp was filmed while Taking Off! was being filmed.
Do the Owl is re-recorded, where the horn section is removed and Anthony makes comments during the instrumental break (like Steve Irwin did in Wiggly Safari, but different comments)
Greg makes an appearance as Emma's Dutch music teacher.
Greg makes an appearance as Gregory Griggs.
Murray makes an appearance in this episode as Dr. Murray the Cook.
Greg, Murray and Jeff's final performance as a Wiggle.
Anthony's last stint as a main drummer. He is switching to guitar with the new Wiggles generation. He originally played guitar when he was in The Cockroaches in the 1980s.
Ringo the Ringmaster's final role as a host of the Wiggles concerts. Simon Pryce, who portrayed Ringo, will become the new Red Wiggle.
The Wiggles, Captain Feathersword and Gino the Genie hum along to "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" while Dr. Johnny Taitz gives allergy tips before the song "Ooey, Ooey, Ooey Allergies!".
A new uniform design for the Wiggles was debuted in the song "Waltzing Matilda" - the pants now have two stripes instead of just one, and the shirts have two shiny v-neck strips. The rest of the video features their previous uniforms.
Greg Page returns as the Yellow Wiggle.
During the closing credits, baby and/or kid photos are shown of all the cast and major crew.
During "The Mooche", the posters on the back fence are labeled King Mondo (who had sung with The Wiggles on previous videos) although they feature a picture of Dorothy the Dinosaur.
"A Frog Went a Walking" is the only arrangement on the video that isn't new to the Wiggles repertoire. It originally appeared on Wake Up Jeff in 1996.
The 'Little Duck, Middle Duck, and Big Duck' skit in this video becomes a recurring gag within the sixth television series, however different versions feature the Captain pretending to be a cow among other things. It is listed as a song on the back of the video cover, although it is really a skit.
First ever time that "Hello, We're The Wiggles" is sung on TV.
This is the first DVD to include a full LCAW episode (#315) although Whoo Hoo! Wiggly Gremlins included a half-full version of #303.
On the program guide, the song Here Comes a Chicken is in the list, but during this concert video, the song is only played in the Medley.
Music Box Jeff
For those who've questioned whether The Wiggles play their own instruments, Jeff Wiggle plays the entire piano section of the classic Music Box Dancer song.
Although Lyn Stuckey was credited only for playing Dorothy the Dinosaur, and Caterina Mete was credited only as a Wiggle Dancer, in this video, Lyn is featured on stage as a Wiggle Dancer more often than Caterina.
During Toot Toot, you can see Caterina as a Wiggly Dancer.
During Music Box Dancer, both Lyn Stuckey and Kristy Talbot (who plays Wags the Dog) are featured dancers.
On the tours, the gals take turns playing Dorothy or the other mascots.
Zoe and Katty make their debut in the concert video series. They are also the two gals in the Spanish Wiggles.
Credits goof - scroll away will ya?
After the scrolling credits, Chris Walker's name is stuck at the top of the screen while they list the Songs and some of the other credits.
The videos for the Mariachi Wiggles show the original Wiggles in Mariachi hats, but the songs are sung by the new Spanish Wiggles who have their own spinoff show. The yellow Wiggle is voiced by Fernandito Moguel, who's sung on the Wiggles videos before with his father.