- This is the only regular episode of the series where Giggles can be seen without her bow on her head, wearing in its place a hat that comes with the girl scout uniform.
- This episode, Tongue Twister Trouble, Meat Me for Lunch, Sweet Ride, It's a Snap, Off the Hook, Spare Me (without Ep 24), Snow What? That's What!, This Is Your Knife, Happy Trails (both part 1 and 2), Ten Speed and Eleventh Hour has an age-restriction.
- This is the first episode to have an age-restriction on YouTube.
- This episode marks the first of two instances that Giggles gets an unwanted eyeful of Lumpy's privates. This happens again in Let It Slide.
- This is the first episode to feature a character's birthday. In this case it is possibly Petunia's. The other episodes are Party Animal (Flippy) and Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow (Cuddles).
- This is one of ten season one episodes with no quick shot moment in it. The other episodes are Pitchin' Impossible, House Warming, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Hide and Seek, Meat Me for Lunch, Sweet Ride, It's a Snap, Off the Hook, and Happy Trails Pt. 1.
- The three characters in this episode are the same characters who are in "Lumpy and the Lumpettes" in YouTube Copyright School.
- In the original version of this episode, Flaky was going to be the girl scout selling cookies to Lumpy, but Flaky was replaced with Giggles for an unknown reason. (This also happens in Let It Slide, which also had Flaky originally seeing his privates)
- Somehow in the Classics Remastered version, Lumpy's body is dark blue except for one scene.
- This is the first episode where Giggles is featured without her bow, unless you count the goofs.
- The YouTube thumbnail for the Classics Remastered version spoils Giggles' injury.
- In the 2nd DVD commentary, one of the people mentioned that they had Rhode (the original voice of Lumpy) say "Merry Christmas!" instead of "Happy Birthday!".
- In the storyboard, Giggles wore her bow instead of a scout hat.