- This episode along with Spin Fun Knowin' Ya are the only episodes made in 1999.
- This marks the first explosion in the entire series.
- This is, so far, the only starring role in which Petunia survived in.
- This was the final HTF episode of 1999. That meant it was the final episode of the 20th Century and the 2nd Millennium (Although the 20th Century officially ended in the start of 2001.)
- this episode also means that they wanted to humiliate and torture someone in the final day ever of the
20th Century and the 2nd Millennium.
- This is one of ten season one episodes with no quick shot moment in it. The other episodes are Pitchin' Impossible, Hide and Seek, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, You're Bakin' Me Crazy, Meat Me for Lunch, Sweet Ride, It's a Snap, Off the Hook, and Happy Trails Pt. 1.
- This is the episode where Petunia speaks clear English the most.
- This is the only episode where Handy wears boots, however him wearing them in this episode may have been a cartoon gag. In every other episode he appears he is barefoot.
- This episode is the first episode in the series to have no deaths.
- This is the first episode with someone who has a job/occupation (Handy).
- This is the first episode to use the screaming mouth asset. This would be used until the end of Season 2.
- When Petunia gave the OK sign, maybe she did that because she wanted to reassure Handy that she is OK, although that she is not OK of course, she may have died afterwards (off-screen), but it was recently confirmed by Kenn Navarro that she have survived which makes sense, because when Handy kicked the gasoline bucket, we can see that he was black, which means that the fire hit him too and should turn to dust, but he was alive, because if
Petunia was going to die, then Handy should be dead too.
- If Petunia was going to die in this episode, then this episode should mark her most torturous death to date,
but she survived, but later she had her most torturous death in Read 'em and Weep.
- The title of this episode is a play on the word "housewarming", which means to celebrate the move to a new home.
- Handy literally kicked a bucket in this episode. To "kick the bucket" means to die.
- Petunia's injury is similar to her injury before death in Who's to Flame?, as she is blackened by fire and burnt to the bone.
- The tree house Handy built is later seen in From Hero to Eternity, though Nutty and Sniffles are inside it.
- On August 1, 2015, Kenn Navarro confirmed that Petunia survived the ordeal she went through.
- Kenn stated "@IAmChristian34 She gave the "ok" sign so she lived. Although, she probably wished she hadn't."