This episode does not have the normal closing catchphrase.
This episode is the first to use the "Timing!" gag.
Nostalgia Critc: (When he sees Casper's breakfast machine) Ah yes, this is totally original. We haven't seen this in a movie yet. Except for Back To The Future, Chitty-chitty Bang-bang, Brazil, Pee-wee's Big Adventure and several Willi E. Coyote cartoons. But aside from that, totally original.
Nostalgia Critic: While looking through the attic, Casper just so happens to find a dress for Kat.
Casper: It was my mom's.
Nostalgia Critic: And fortunately she was the exact same size as a twelve year old girl.
Nostalgia Critic: Meanwhile, Casper finds an old sled and memories of his past life start to return to him.
Casper: I took it out, went sledding all day. My dad said "That's enough," but I couldn't stop, I was having so much fun. (The "Rosebud" scene from Citizen Kane is shown) And I got sick. My dad got sad.
Nostalgia Critic: I still don't know. I always thought Casper was the ghost of Charlie Brown. He had a round head, big mouth and probably died of cancer which would explain the hair loss. But the sled story's good too.
Kat: What are you made of?
Casper: You know that tingling feeling you get when your foot falls asleep? I think I'm made out of that.
(The Nostalgia Critic looks at Casper in shock)
Casper: Dude, I don't know what I was smoking that made me say that.
Nostalgia Critic: Okay here's a question for you Casper. How come half the ghosts in this movie have hair and clothes and the others don't? You don't even have any nostrils. How the hell can you smell anything?
Casper: You know what I smell?
Nostalgia Critic: What?
Casper: A great big pile of shut the hell up!
The part where the Nostalgia Critic chases after Casper took place at the Radisson Hotel in Nashville, TN.