- Kowalski's helmet has a dial that amplifies thought. If set to ten and the person's thoughts are chaotic, there will be disaster as whatever the person thinks will come to him or her. Eventually, the Helmet will overwhelm the person's brain.
- Despite being a genius, most of Kowalski's inventions have threatened to destroy things.
- Max the cat made a cameo.
- This is the first time some fur of a mammal has been gone leaving them exposed. (Julien's hair is gone leaving him a bald spot.)
- King Julien seems to be nice to Mort in this episode since he got the helmet for himself by how he still gave Mort a worshiping job.
- Running Gag: Kowalski and King Julien keep on using the helmet.
- Antagonist(s): King Julien until the end.
- Private's first prize is destroyed. He won another one in the next episode.
- The stuffed animals, Janice, Amil, Rosalita and Bob, from All King, No Kingdom appear in this episode.
- In this episode, Skipper begins to develop his suspicions on the risks of Kowalski's inventions.
Foul Ups, Bloops, and Blunders
- Continuity Error: When Julien sends the penguins back to HQ, he sends them forward, when the HQ is on the left.
- Continuity Error: When Rico blasted his bazooka at the other penguins, he misses and the fish that is on the plaque of the wall is damaged; leaving only the head and the tail the way it is, and the body becomes only fish bones. However, when Skipper says, "Mostly brute force", the fish becomes whole again.
- When King Julien says "Except the worshipping which Mort will do", the leaves on the helmet were gone.
Behind the Scenes
- It was supposed to air on March 27, 2010, but didn't.
- This episode is included on the Happy King Julien Day (DVD).
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