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- This is the most viewed HTF Break.
- This episode is a possible remake of the YouTube Live Episode.
- Unlike most episodes, the title is shown in the middle of the episode (between the two deaths) instead of the beginning.
- To date, this is the only episode in which the title shown not at the beginning.
- During the second clip, the background music from the arcade game Hare Trigger can be heard, though it's a different version.
- The same background music was also heard in the Cave level of Run and Bun, Sounding identical to the second portion of this episode. And again, it also plays in Mime to Five where Lumpy commands Mime to bring the gunpowder to Toothy and ordered him to put it in the cannon.
- There is a slight chance that Cuddles may have survived the second part since other Happy Tree Friend characters suffered similar experiences and lived, such as Flaky in Class Act.
- When Handy pops down to save Cuddles, his hard hat falls too late and his ears are briefly seen.
- This is one of the few instances that Lifty and Shifty try to help other characters. The other instances are in Happy Trails Pt. 2: Jumping the Shark, Class Act, and Easy Comb, Easy Go.
- This is the first and only HTF Break to have two parts.
- Despite his high survival rate, this is also Flippy's only appearance and only death in the Break series.
- This, along with Blind Date, are the only two times where Handy is seen with ears.
- Flippy has his Fliqpy eyes when Cuddles dies, yet he is looking around frantically and seems more panicked than murderous, though he might've started to flip out.
- Giggles is the only female character in this episode.
- The vending machine resembles the machine in Nuttin' Wrong with Candy.
- This is one of the episodes where Flippy does not flip out. This also happened in very few episodes. (Debatable)
- This episode has by far the shortest title in the show's run, consisting merely of a four-lettered word.
- This is also the only episode whose title consists of only one word.
- Like Intimate Spotlight, this short has no camera movement, with it only positioned on the machine.
- Kenn Navarro said that when they reused screams of characters they accidentally added Sniffles' scream in the episode, which explains why Sniffles' voice is heard despite him not making an appearance.
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