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- Despite there being a pre-release picture of Lumpy holding a giant toothbrush, it never actually made it into the final cut. (the writer, Warren Graff posted a comment on sneak-peek page saying that he didn't remember the giant toothbrush in the script).
- This is the only time Lumpy dies from falling from a long height, in other episodes when he falls from a huge height he only gets injured.
- A HTF flash game named This Game Is All Flocked Up is based on this episode.
- There are no female characters in this episode.
- When this episode was first uploaded, it was somehow deleted for an unknown reason.
- Warren Graff is not credited for voicing Toothy in this episode
- Lumpy flying by tying a bunch of helium balloons to a lawn chair is similar to a real-life event that occurred in 1982 where a trucker named Larry Walters flew 15,000 feet by tying 45 helium balloons to a lawn chair.
- The Blurb openly references the similarities of the scene to the 2009 Pixar movie Up.
- Toothy's injury is similar to Cub's injury in A Sucker for Love Part 1 and Giggles' injury in Eyes Cold Lemonade.
- Lumpy's arm injury is somewhat similar to Toothy's eye injury in Eye Candy.
- Lumpy's death is similar to Handy's death in See What Develops.
- Writer Kenn Navarro said on the "Burn After Reading" page (p2) that Handy was going to be in Toothy's place, but was changed to Toothy because he has hands and wanted to make it clear that he was tarring his roof. He felt it was important to see somebody pushing the broom around, something that Handy wouldn't be able to do (also seeing how Warren Graff is the voice actor for both Toothy and Handy, it wouldn't take much effort to change from Handy to Toothy).
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