When Cuddles runs to Lumpy after the latter gets injured, he shouts Lumpy's name. This is the fourth instance in the entire series where a character calls another character by his/her name, the first being in Milkin' It, the second being Water Way to Goand the third being in Home Is Where The Hurt Is.
This is the first time Flippy's death wasn't caused by another main character.
Lumpy's trailer is heavily decorated with pictures of cheese, boots, and even of himself.
This is one of the two TV episodes were every character dies instantly, the other episode is Ipso Fatso.
The nightmare Flippy has foreshadows his own (along with Cuddles', even though he did not appear in the dream) death.
The devices and appliances that are making noises when Lumpy arrives home include:
The security alarm
An alarm clock
A bubbling pot
A garbage disposal with a fork in it
This is the only TV episode where The Mole dies but Handy survives.
This episode marks the second instance that Flippy resists his evil side. He does this in Party Animal roughly three times, but eventually succumbs to his evil side. His actions of going against his evil side are repeated in the next two episodes, where he receives therapy for his flip-outs in Double Whammy Part I, and defeats his evil self in Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part II) (shortly before being killed by a semi-truck).
This is also the first episode to refer to Fliqpy as the second-self of Flippy.
This is the first time Flippy flips out without actually being reminded of war and without killing anyone. The second is Without a Hitch (although he killed Flaky three times in her imagination, he remains normal through the whole episode).
This is also the first time Fliqpy shows a sympathetic emotion, when he begins crying just before returning to normal.
Lumpy is also the only other character to make the face twice in single episode.
Each episode of Friday the 13th featured at least one common slapstick injury. In this episode, Flippy got hit by his own swinging log trap; in Double Whammy Part I, Giggles got hit in the head and her eyes popped out; and in the follow up, Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part II), Flippy got hit by a falling piano.
When Flippy's unicorn grows wings, it is similar to the TriStar mascot growing its wings in the 1984-1993 TriStar Pictures opening logo.
The moral of the episode means what someone actually does means more than what they say they will do
This episode was released on TV along with Double Whammy Part I and Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part II). Lumpy, Cuddles and Flippy appear in all three episodes; Cuddles and Flippy die twice while Lumpy survives all three. When the conglomeration of these three episodes aired on YouTube, the alternate title for it was "Friday the 13th".
This is Kenn Navarro's first time voicing Normal Flippy.