In the Party, You can see Gotcha Grabmore.
Shirly meet Shirly Maclance in the party
The comment that appears in this episode, "Barky Marky is not in enough scripts," was probably a real complaint from one of the Tiny Toon producers. Barky Marky was a bulldog created for the series that was patterned after the series of Looney Tunes shorts where a similar-looking bulldog must protect a cat in a wrecking yard.
As far as dogs went on this series, though, all the roles usually went to Byron Basset(who didn't seem to be based on ANY ancient Looney Tune). Barky Marky had some cameos, but altogether he only had ONE cartoon of his own throughout the entire series run. So the complaint addressed here was never really resolved. He really WAS never in enough scripts.
Banjo the Possom appears in this episode. and this could be after the events of "How I spent My Vacation".
When the food fight went on again, You can see a semi-featheless (and badly-drawn) Concord Condor.
When the Food fight starts, You can see 2 Fowlmouths and the both of them are Naked!
The lead bully swan in Loon Lake is Giselle from Perfecto Prep.
In "Loon Lake", we see Shirley the Loon naked after she takes off her tutu!
This is the first and only time ELmyra goes to a School that's not Acme Looniversity. and it is the Harvey Korman Elementary School.
Soleil Moon Frye and Frank Welker had previously worked together, during the 80's, on "It's Punky Brewster."
Frank Welker provided the voice of Glomer, on that show.
The Songs in the Episode Were:
#9, 3, 2 were skipped #10 It's In His Kiss - Babs & Buster Bunny.
#8 Dance of the Sugarplum Faeries - Fowlmouth & Plucky
#7 Nothing Comes Close to You - Shirley the Loon
#6 The Name Game - Elmyra
#5 Toon Out, Toon In - "Vanilla Lice"
#4 Do You Love Me - Buster & Babs Bunny
#1 Yakkity Yak - Plucky the reason why they skipped songs is because of Time Constraints.
This episode first aired shortly after President George H.W. Bush (reigning U.S. President at the time) lost his re-election bid.
When the A.C.A.F.C's Chairman's toony self is returned, She is seemed to be staying at WackyLand.
The wolverine (first seen in Buster and the Wolverine) returns in this episode, but is drained of His toony attitude by the A.F.A.F.A.C. Woman.
End Credit Gag: "Buster's Directorial Debut" is also "Buster's Directorial Swan Song".
What is so delightfully disturbing about the ending of the skit, "Night of the Living Pets"?
When Plucky says "Don't eat me, you don't know where I've been!" after being spit out, his mouth doesn't match his words.
Gnat: Itchy and Flea-o's new friend, especially Itchy's. Later it's hinted that Itchy and Gnat have feelings for each other.
Boss Tick: A tycoon tick who forces fleas to make fur coats to sell and keeps the money for himself. Attracted to Itchy's pluck, he threatens to send her family to a flea bath unless she marries him.
Flit and Flick: Boss Tick's head assistants, brother and sister. They pretend to listen to Boss Tick so that the brother can eventually take over after the sister marries Boss Tick for his money.
Boss Tick's army: A group of unnamed fleas who do Boss Tick's bidding at the sound of a whistle.
in the Monster Unemployment Office, You can see Count Blood Count, The Abominable Snowman, Witch Hazel, the Alien Bird, a miniature version of Gossamer, a Gremlin, and Melvin the Monster from "Hare-Raising Night".
We get to see Baby Babs and she uses Mindy's catch pharse "Hey Lady."