More of a Nitpick: When Babs is looking down on Montana Max on top of the giant gold nugget you can see her underwear has TGIF written on them. ------
Plucky: (singing) I build my house of grass, I build my house of reeds, if there's a quake it'll bend, not break, it will fulfill my needs.
Hamton: I build my house of nails, I build my house of wood, if there's a quake it'll bend not break, it'll stand up like it should.
Buster: It doesn't seem safe at first, my living like a mole, till I reveal that tempered steel is my ace in the hole. (thumps a metal lid on his rabbit hole)
Plucky: Shirley the Loon predicts a quake to strike by the light of the moon.
Hamton: She saw it all in her crystal ball.
Both: That's why she's called a Loon!
(Buster's driving the machine out of dinosaur bones)
Babs: How's this thing running?
Buster: Fossil fuels.
Buster: (as Mr. Vanderbunnie) We are Biff and Banny Vanderbunnie, of the Southhampton Vanderbunnies.
Credit Gag: Buster Says: "And that's a wrap."
First appearance of Buster and Babs' "Vanderbunnies of Southhampton" disguises.
The gremlins who live in the center of the earth in this episode strongly resemble the gremlin from Bugs Bunny's 1943 cartoon, Falling Hare, who sabotaged airplanes.
Just right after Plucky turns off the TV, he, Hamton, Babs and Buster start singing a song very simular to "Who's afraid of the Big Bad Wolf" from "The Three Little Pigs"
Journey to the Center of Acme Acres is a parody of Jules Verne's novel Journey to the Center of the Earth.