In "Frankenmyra," When Elmyra states that she'll play with Brain later, this would appear to be an eerie foreshadowing of Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain.
On the start of the short, "Fuel", Calamity was Whistling the Tiny Toon theme song.
Once Furrball got zapped By His own raygun, and became a ghost, His bandage on His tail is no longer there.
Elmyra: My ultimate petsy-wetsy is almost complete! All that's missing is The Bwain! Dizzygore, give me the Bwain! (Dizzygore empties a little container that held Brain inside it)
Brain: The obvious nature of this pun belittles us all.
Elmyra: OOH! I'll play with you, later.
The Special was shown on the CW Vortexx on October 27, 2012. and again on November 24, 2012.
This special was the final piece of new Tiny Toons animation produced.
Brain, from "Pinky and the Brain" and "Animanics", makes a cameo.
The final short in this episode is a direct parody of a Twilight Zone episode.
The Last Short
The last short was a parody of a Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 feet".
A parody of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
Hold That Duck
Hold that Duck is a parody of Abbott and Costello.
Night of the Living Dull
An obvious parody of Night of the Living Dead film, replacing zombies with dull people.
A parody of the short story and film the "The Devil and Daniel Webster".
The Devil Dog
The story of the devil dog might be inspired by the story of Cúchulainn and the Hound of Ulster. (though the real Hound of Ulster was just a demi-god, not a real dog).
Furball dresses up as a ghost buster in order to catch Sneezer, a ghost.
Sneezer the Ghost
A parody of Casper: The Friendly Ghost.
First Halloween Story
The First Halloween Story is a parody of "The Tell Tale Heart" by Edgar Allen Poe.
Plucky's First Painting
A parody of the painting "The Scream" by Edvward Munch.
The opening scene is a parody of Nightmare Before Christmas.
The title of the episode, is based off of the series titled Night Gallery starring Rod Serling. The beginning of each episode had him standing next to a painting, and explaining what it meant, then a story would go along with the painting.