Just before going into the anthropological museum, we can see a statue on the right and read: "Museo anthroporo". It's not English, of course, but it's not Spanish either. In Spanish, it would be: "Museo antropológico".
When Fred's talking about Spanish letter "Ñ", he writes on his notebook "MANAÑA", the Spanish word for "tomorrow". But the real word is not MANAÑA, it is MAÑANA.
During the beginning when taking pictures, Daphne's stockings disappear, then reappear.
If the evil Mystery Inc. were nothing more than actors, how did they rip apart cars, jump three times there height, etc.? Even if they were Olympic level athletes, it's still not humanly possible.
"Gonna Gonna Go", the song played while they're travelling in the desert, does not appear in the end titles.
The song featured in this episode is "Shout it out loud" by KISS.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Sahara" by Mikro.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "No Control" by Blackfire.
The monster in this episode bears a strong resemblance with the Creature of Bottomless Lake from "The Scooby-Doo Show".
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Southbound" by MXPX.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "The Ghosts of Me and You" by Less Than Jake.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Sabre Dance" by Love Sculpture.
Just how tall was Trudy??? When Trudy was working in the gift shop, she was taller than both Daphne and Velma. Yet when she was unmasked in the sterilization chamber, Trudy was shorter than Daphne and about the same height as Velma! (Not to mention she seemed about two feet taller when she became the second Scooby Snack monster, but we could assume it was just the way the batter was poured on her that made her look taller when she was in disguise)
Reply To Most How Tall Was Trudy? Goofs: The Chamber was at least 50cm away. She would be smaller from the camra.
I also noticed Trudy seemed to shrink later in the episode, but I have a theory on this. When Trudy knocks over the boxes in the gift shop, you can see she's wearing high-heeled boots. Yet when she's spying around in her sneaking-suit, she doesn't have heels at all. So what seemed like a goof may have actually been the animators paying close attention to detail.
As for how tall Trudy seemed while she was a Scooby Snack monster, watch closely when the batter is washed off her in the sterilization chamber. The extra layers of Scooby Snack batter made her look taller, but as it melts off of her, it looks like Trudy's eyes were about where the monster's mouth was.
So without her heels or Scooby snack disguise, Trudy was about as tall as Velma, which means she wasn't very tall at all.
Did Trudy escape in the end???
Interesting little goof - after Trudy is tricked into running into the sterilization chamber and her disguise is melted away, watch the background closely. When the Velma is questioning if Trudy's really the culprit, the door to the sterilization chamber is wide open!!! After the real monster showed up and chased the Scooby gang away, Trudy was left alone with the door open! So was she ever arrested, or did she manage to sneak out??? (This would be consistent with a growing WNSD tradition, as it seems many of the villains are allowed to get away with it in the end...Roller Ghoster...Faceless Phantom...Penelope Bailey in this very episode...)
I have to correct the goof about Daphne's third shoe. In "Big Scare In The Big Easy", Daphne revealed that she carries a second pair of shoes in her purse in case anything happens to the ones she's wearing. So it's possible Daphne simply replaced the shoe she threw into the gears. Let's face it, Daphne never would have sacrificed her footware so quickly unless she had a back-up pair!
To save Shaggy and Scooby from being thrown into an oven, Daphne throws one of her shoes into the gears to jam the machine. Yet as she talks to Shaggy, Daphne is wearing both her shoes, and a third shoe can still be seen jammed in the gears. (Reply: In some episodes, it's established Daphne carries extra shoes inside her purse.)
When Penelope is unmasked at the end, she is wearing a bulky protective suit to protect her from the Scooby Snack batter. Fred comments that the suit also helped Penelope look bigger and more monsterous. So how come the Trudy monster was the same size, enev though she wasn't wearing a suit???
In order to throw suspicion off herself, Penelope pretends to be tied up by the monster. So how did she manage to tied a rope around her arms??? Also, since she had to wear the suit to plant the batter around her, where was the suit when the gang came in?
When Trudy the spy found the vault, why did she pull her mask off for no reason??? It seemed very odd for her to expose her identity while trying to steal the formula, and if she had simply left her mask on, she wouldn't have needed to cover herself in Scooby Snack batter later to hide who she was. Trudy was about as effective at spying as she was working in the gift shop...