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- Spatula/Mop (Half-Regurgitated) -- To clean up the mess that Private was going to make when he hit the ground.
- Slipper -- When Kowalski wanted him to regurgitate something.
Name: Stopwatch/Time Watch (Previously called the "Chronal-Curbulater") Purpose: So Kowalski could have the all the time he wants to accomplish his goals. Ability: Can stop time. Success/Failure: Success
- Saved Everybody: If Julien didn't tell Kowalski that he put a gum in the Stopwatch, then everybody and everything would still be frozen in time forever. Also, by not bringing it up sooner, he saved Kowalski from himself, as Kowalski intended to use the Stopwatch so he'd have plenty of time for his inventing but didn't intend to use it for anything fun (thus got stressed out when they thought the time freeze was permanent... until Julien showed him that there's no hurry by involving him in buddy activities).
- The Garfield Show -- There was an episode on the Cartoon Network TV show, The Garfield Show, where Garfield discovers a stopwatch that stops time, but later it breaks. Only difference in plot is is that Garfield accidentally destroys the watch while time is frozen, thus, everything rewinds back to the events of the morning.
- William Tell -- Phil's attempt to shoot an apple off Mason's head appears to be a reference to folk hero William Tell. Unlike Tell, however, Phil's arrow was really about to hit Mason in the face until Kowalski snatched it (while time was frozen yet again) and hurled it at Julien like a javelin.
- Heroes -- Hiro Nakamura's prevailing ability is to stop time, but allow duration to continue. His other powers include being able to jump through time and space, though not very well; Kowalski achieved this back in It's About Time with the Chronotron.
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