- Marlene is revealed to be born in captivity. Taking her out of the zoo makes her turn wild.
- Rico can be used as a vacuum. His arm is the operating lever.
- According to Kowalski, snowcones are 70.2% Shaved Ice, 15.6% Flavored Syrup, 14.2% paper (8.7% is recycled)
- Kowalski's baloney detector is actually a piece of baloney.
- Private mentions badger attacks for the second time.
- The penguins have their own poster at the front gates of the zoo. There is a secret passage behind it.
- This is the first appearance of Fred the squirrel.
- The statue that Marlene climbs with King Julien is an actual statue in Central Park known as "Cleopatra's Needle".
- The planes are bi-planes buzzing around a tower, just like in the classic movie "King Kong".
- Where the Penguins got the cage from is classified information.
- While the Penguins are looking for Marlene, their binoculars picked up Frankie the Pigeon, who made a brief cameo.
- Marlene turning wild and savage after leaving the zoo could be a reference to the first film, when Alex turns wild and savage.
- To be fair, the main reason Alex went savage in the movie was because he was tired and hadn't eaten in two days.
- Running Gag: The penguins keep on looking for Marlene and King Julien at the park.
- Running Gag: Marlene continues to be crazy at the park.
- Antagonist(s): Marlene when she is outside the zoo and King Julien at the beginning.
- King Julien appears in this episode, but Maurice and Mort don't.
- This is the first time King Julien gets stuck.
Foul Ups, Bloops, and Blunders
- Continuity Error/Glitch: Taking Marlene out of the zoo in this episode, made her turn wild, But in other episodes (Roomies, The Red Squirrel, & The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel) she is able to go outside the zoo with no effect.
Behind the Scenes
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