Pulling the emergency brake will not cause a train to destroy itself.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "UREI" by Puffy AmiYumi.
Exactly how did Scooby and Shaggy pull off that trick of looking like huge sumo wrestlers?
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Play My Game" by The Donnas.
This episode's chase scene song is "Hai Capito" written by Gigi Meroni and Rich Dickerson.
One of the places on the map is called Bologna.
Reply to above: Balogna is a city in Italy, except it's pronounced Buh-low-nuh
In the colosseum, "The Emperor" does a thumbs down to signal death. Roman emperors would actually point to their throats, because the losers were killed by stabbing them in the throat.
When the Faceless Phantom is chasing Velma, its feet show. This proves that it was not a real phantom.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "I don't wanna walk around with you" by The Ramones.
The song played during this episode chase scene is "Scooby, Scooby-Doo" written by Gigi Meroni and Rich Dickerson, performed by Rich Dickerson.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Rockaway Beach" by The Ramones.
During the second monster attack, Daphne's glasses keep appearing and dissapearing for each shot.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Hatari Safari" written by Gigi Meroni and Rich Dickerson and performed by Rich Dickerson.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Saying Goodbye" performed by The Muffs.
At the end, an unmasked Terry is let off the hook (except for maybe a scolding from her mother) because she supposedly made sure no one would get hurt when the rides "broke". Yet on one of the rides, Fred, Velma, and Daphne were almost killed when they fell right towards spinning fan blades. How exactly did Terry design deadly spinning blades to be "perfectly safe"???
In the end credits, Pamela Segall, (now Pamela Adlon), is listed as voicing the characters of Chris and Eddie. But exactly who was Eddie? It was most likely the angry boy who was rejected from the majority of the park rides for being too short. This boy, however, was never mentioned by name at any time during this episode.
Guest-star Lindsay Pagano performs three songs: "Living in De Nile," "Here I Come Vegas," and "Fruit of My Love."
Although the character is named "Mr. Wacky Pants," he bears a remarkable resemblance to the man who provides the voice, Rip Taylor.
Useless piece of trivia... Guest-star Lindsay Pagano and WNSD? theme song singers Simple Plan each had a theme for the 2001-2002 WB comedy Maybe It's Me. Pagano and Simple Plan each wound up being featured in episodes of this series.