- Skipper mentions Manfredi and Johnson again. They fell for the "old exploding elephant foot".
- Burt had a "bean, broccoli and cabbage burrito" for breakfast.
- Burt's alias as the cardboard ice cream truck is "Frosty Fun Times ice cream truck number 26". He was "trained as a laundry service vehicle, but on his 18th birthday he decided to follow his dream and never look back".
- The lemurs' order from the ice cream truck includes "Fudgie Pudgies", a "Melon Fillmore", which is a bar shaped like a president, and a "Rutherford B. Hazelnut".
- Skipper has lost men to "buttock inaccuracies" before.
- Kid Kazoo was a "Sunday regular with a smile like a bear trap, and a laugh like a deranged birthday clown."
- Kowalski mentions a few elephant fighting techniques including the "trunk crush", the "peanut pelter" and the "two cheek squat and squish".
- Kid Kazoo has a painting in his apartment that resembles famous painter Jackson Pollack's work.
- Kid Kazoo was on the phone with someone named Lenny.
- The animal control hot-line is very unhelpful and doesn't recognize voice commands easily.
- Running Gag: Burt tries to get to Kid Kazoo's place.
- Antagonist(s): Burt until he gives Kid Kazoo his kazoo and Kid Kazoo in the flashback.
- Millard Fillmore, the 13th President of the United States and Rutherford B. Hayes, the 19th President of the United States are mentioned here
Foul Ups, Bloops, and Blunders
- Continuity: In a shot with the penguins and the lemurs, Burt's leg's are missing.
Behind the Scenes
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