• This is the first episode to have a pink opening, as it is a Valentine's Day episode.
  • This is the only season three episode with no deaths, though the second part does have deaths.
  • Despite the fact that these two episodes are separate, they both share the same name. Unlike the other two part episodes.
  • The moral of the first part is the same as in Concrete Solution.
  • This is the first internet episode that Nutty stars in since Icy You.
  • This is the first starring episode that Nutty survives since Nuttin' but the Tooth.
  • This is the second time a character has tried to stop Nutty from eating a treat he is after, the first time is with Flaky in Party Animal.
  • Despite being a Valentine's Day episode, this episode had no females (unless you count the chocolate box, which appears in Nutty's imagination).
  • Because this episode is Valentine-themed, all the trees that appeared in this episode are heart-shaped.
    S3E4 Lollipop and Pop

    Love and love everywhere!

  • Nutty grabbing the coin knob on the gumball machine in one of his fantasies may be the equivalent of a man grabbing a woman's breast.
  • This is the first internet episode to say who stars and who features in the episode rather than just the starring roles.
  • If one looks closely, when Nutty sees the lollipop, his pupils enlarge, which is what happens to someone when they find another person attractive.
  • This is the first episode of the third season internet episode where Toothy doesn't appear.

Cultural References

  • A "sucker for love" is a person who is desperate for a date.
  • The moral means to accept life's misfortunes as well as its joys.


Production Notes

  • Micheal Lipman's voice is sampled for almost every single sound Nutty makes in this episode.
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