This is the only TV episode that has a large amount of characters (17) but only has a small portion of them die (5).
All of the characters who die in this episode also died in Ipso Fatso, which coincidentally starred Disco Bear.
Flippy, Cro-Marmot, and Splendid are the only characters that don't appear in this episode. These three are also the only three characters that did not appear in Who's to Flame? and Aw, Shucks!, the two other episodes with a large amount of characters.
However, the latter episodes have almost all the characters die.
If one notices when Nutty's cotton candy melts, it melts into the shape of a heart.
The music playing in the background when Disco Bear takes a shower is similar to the music in his Smoochie.
It seems that Disco Bear is the only one to notice Nutty's addiction to candy in a regular episode, when he flees in horror when Nutty bites off his cotton candy afro, in addition to throwing his stick of cotton candy to lure Nutty away, though this may have been unintentional.
This is the first and so far only episode that Disco Bear is seen bald.
This is the 19th and last episode in the first season of the TV series where Pop and Cub appear.
Disco Bear is indirectly responsible for every death in this episode.
The title of this episode is a pun on the phrase "easy come, easy go", which means that you think that you can achieve something with very little effort but it won't last.
This episode aired on YouTube on April 27, 2012 as confirmed on Twitter along with Wingin' It and Tongue in Cheek. The name for the mix is "Eleventh Hour" (which was originally titled "Good and Nice Eleven"). Lumpy, Sniffles and The Mole appear in all three of these episodes. Lumpy dies once and Sniffles dies twice while The Mole survives in all three.
While at an event Ken Pontac said that the scene in the episode where Disco Bear plucked the hair from his eye was inspired by a dream he had the night after they had started work on the episode.