This is the first episode in which the Nostalgia Critic tells the audience what he got for Christmas, and his disappointment over what Santa gives him.
This is the first review on a movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad.
Linkara says the Nostalgia Critic's opening and ending catchphrases.
This episode does not have the normal closing catchphrase.
This episode is the first to use the "Timing!" gag.
The normal opening catchphrase in this episode is replaced by the Nostalgia Critic laughing at how stupid the movie is.
Though this is the third movie reviewed by the Nostalgia Critic to feature Tone Loc, this is the first review in which he acknowledges the actor appearing frequently.
This is the first movie reviewed by the Nostalgia Critic to feature Tone Loc.
Chester A. Bum (main character of Bum Reviews) makes his first appearance in an episode of The Nostalgia Critic.
First video where the Critic shows faux-admiration towards Chuck Norris.
Bhargav Dronamraju (who is Chief Executive Producer of thatguywiththeglasses.com) plays Ma-Ti for the first time.
In this episode, the new True Grlt wins.
The Nostalgia Critic omits both the opening and part of the closing catchphrases.
A caption that appears under the E.T. figure with a ghost sheet misspells "Klansman" and "Clansman".
This is the first time the "ZUUL" gag is used.
The Nostalgia Critic does not say his opening catchphrase, but he does sing the ending catchphrase.
The following scene were included on the version that was uploaded onto thatguywiththeglasses:
- 2:50-2:58: Discussing how Michael Jordan actually did stop playing Basketball and tried Baseball.
- 5:57-6:05: The Nostalgia Critic jokingly recalls the Looney Tunes shorts featuring Lola Bunny.
- 8:52-9:09: The Nostalgia Critic is offering Bill Murray a better job that acting on Space Jam
- 11:01-11:02: A short clip from the movie.
The title card for this episode shows an image of Mr. Oggie Boogie from The Nightmare Before Christmas, yet his song wasn't even mentioned in the countdown.
The Nostalgia Critic omits the usual "Why Top 11?" catchphrase.
This is the first time that The Critic uses footage of Raul Julia (as M Bison), saying "Of course!".
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