The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Pressing On" by Relient K.
After the puppy 14-Karat is turned to gold, he's not in the same form from when he was changed. First, when he helped protect the gang from the gold monster, he was frozen with his legs extended and his teeth clenched looking shocked as he's turned to gold. When Fred picks him up, he's somehow standing upright with a happy look on his face. And until he's set free, he's in the same upright position, but with his tongue sticking out.
There seems to be an inconsistency in the spelling of Sue Crose's name. The closed-captioning has her last name starting with a "C". But in the end credits, the last name starts with a "K" (Sue Krose). Since her name seems to be a variation of the simple sugar sucrose, the last name is more likely to start with the letter "C".
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Hot" by Smash Mouth.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Hong-Kong Holiday" by E.G. Daily.
When the gang slide down the escalator on the rickshaw, Mei Ling is able to save them by extending a banner for them to land safely. Velma jumps off the rickshaw before Fred, but he lands on the banner before her.
When the Toxic Terror melts a column, one of the children yells that the monster is destroying the 'supporting beam.' A 'beam' is by definition, the part of the structural skeleton that runs in the horizontal direction- the opposite of a 'column': a structural member which runs vertically.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Stronger" by Taxiride.
For this episode Velma & Shaggy swap personalities for example Velma goofed off when searching for clues & Shaggy doesn't run away from the monster!
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Something Special" by CIV.
Velma is a huge a fan of Ice Hockey, knowing most of the game strategies (she discusses a few of them with Brett Hull). She also plays the game quite well. In fact, in the finals, she's playing for the United States team.
The goalies are wearing the old style fiberglass masks, which are now are rarely, if ever, worn in games.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Something's Going On" by A.
There are two songs featured in this episode. They are "Nonchalant" by Chapeaumelon and "Ça plane pour moi" by Plastic Bertrand. They're both in French.
Velma said that Fred paid francs to use the telescope but, since 2002, they MUST be euros (€), Europe's Single Common Currency.
Before going into the sewer, Daphne and Velma put on Daphne's special "wallowing galloshes". Yet when they get flushed out of the sewer, Daphne and Velma are wearing their usual footwear instead.
During the whole fiasco with the trailer, Shaggy somehow keeps a hold on the spray bottle despite the fact he's unconscious.
This episode marks another case where the people responsible weren't arrested.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "All Twisted" by CIV. Originally done by Kraut.
Verona Dempsey greatly resembles Velma Dinkley in terms of being intellgent and wearing glasses. But her hair is blonde and her fashion ensemble of orange and red is opposite to hers. She'd certainly be a version of Velma in a parallel universe.