One of the blue strips on Fred's shirt disappears.
The song during the chase scene is "I'd Do Anything" by Simple Plan. Simple Plan is the same band who performs the theme song (and later appeared in a second season episode).
Daphne has two stripes!-When the gang spots Andy, and Mandy, Fred says to follow them, but if you look at Daphne sitting on the backseat of the twobikes , her skirt has two stipes on the bottom like the original cartoon!
The "teaser" scene came after the opening titles. In previous episodes the teaser came before the theme song.
The song during this episode's chase scene is "Man with the Hex" by The Atomic Fireballs. The song is available on the Scooby-Doo soundtrack CD from the live-action film.
In this episodes conclusion, Velma is seen showing how the "Civil War Ghosts" faked the ghostly images of them. While showing them how they added the ghostly effect of fog by using Dry Ice and water she actually demonstrates by picking up a piece of dry Ice with her bare hand. If this was done in real life she would have probably lost a nice chunk of skin from doing this.
The song during this episode's chase scene is "Music of America," performed by Poster Children.
The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Güe-Güe-Güepa" performed by Chicos de Barrio.
The unmasking sequence made no sense. Velma accuses the intern Heather Lane of being the culprit, as Heather was an art major and could have designed a dinosaur costume. This wasn't exactly strong evidence that would hold up in court! And even more bizarre was how Heather tried to run away after Velma exposed her for being an art major! Did Heather really think the police officers were about to yell, "SHE'S AN ART MAJOR??? THAT'S ALL THE PROOF WE NEED!!! ARREST HER!!!"
When the Scooby gang finds a piece of gold, Melbourne O'Reilly examines it and says the gold is fake. Yet later, it turns out the gold was real. Shouldn't an expert like Melbourne have been able to tell the difference between fool's gold vs. real gold?
When Shaggy got the dino guano on his shoe and when he split up with Scooby, the next moment the guano vanished and later it appeared again.
Look Super Hard as Shaggy says he's won $1Million. For Only 00.1 seconds his T-Shirt Turns Blue.
The song during this episode's chase scene is "It's a Rad, Rad World," written by Gigi Meroni/Rich Dickerson and performed by Sebastian Robertson.
Although this was made at Hanna-Barbera, this cartoon looks and sounds more like an Animaniacs cartoon.
When unmasking the culprit, Daphne's bottom line of her skirt disappears.