This could be classified the deadliest episode ever due to the entire world being caught in an inferno, killing almost everything on the planet, though this is debatable, as Class Act has the highest amount of confirmed deaths in an episode at the moment, while many of the deaths in this episode were off-screen and unconfirmed.
The Sneak Peek and Teaser was announced on Mondo's website.
When Splendid heard the news on TV, the music also plays on the title card of the episode See What Develops.
Truffles can be seen hiding behind the barn when Lumpy floats away.
A teaser of this was released on the 1st of October, 2012. It shows Splendid watching the news about a striking tornado then he goes off. Meanwhile, Lumpy and the others are sucked up by the tornado.
This is the second episode to show a tornado, the first is Just Desert.
This is (Debatably) the only episode that Lammy dies in without it being Lumpy's fault.
This is the second appearance of both Splendid and Disco Bear in Internet season 3. They last appeared in Wrath of Con, which also coincidentally stars Splendid while the latter made only appearance roles.
Apparently, Splendid actually is breaking wind in this episode. This is the first episode where a character does this onscreen.
This is (Debatably) the first episode Splendid kills Flaky without killing Russell and Nutty as well.
This is the third time that Splendid shows interest more in his items than in his job. The first one was in Better Off Bread, where he was more interested in making sure his bread was properly backed than in saving the day, and the second was in From Hero to Eternity, where saving Giggles and the town clearly played second fiddle to doing his laundry.
When Splendid screams as his book slips out of his hands, he screams exactly like Lumpy does.
This is one of the few episodes in which all of the featuring and appearing characters die while the starring character survives.
The circumstance of Petunia lighting a match to see through the gas clouds and then reacts with the match with enough strength to kill the entire planet is similar to the Mole's circumstance of lighting a match to see in the dark and then killing the entire town in Who's to Flame?.
Coincidentally, Petunia had a hand in both of these circumstances.