The Loop (TV)
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- This is one of the few episodes where Cub is seen without Pop.
- The flowers Lumpy holds are the same kind of flowers as in Giggles' Smoochie. Also, Giggles' sneeze in this episode is similar to her sneeze in her Smoochie.
- Cuddles' hospital room is the same as Toothy's in Mime and Mime Again. It even has the same drawing of a rainbow on the wall in the background. The only differences is the lack of a window, the bed is on the right side of the wall, and the interior of the room is wider.
- This is one of the four instances where Cuddles gets split in half, and his intestines are the only thing holding him together. The other three are Mime to Five, See You Later, Elevator and Wingin' It.
- The Mole is in the audience in this episode, which is probably a joke since he is blind.
- This is the only episode in Internet Season 2 in which Toothy and Petunia survive.
- This is one of the few episodes where all of the featuring and appearing characters survive while the starring characters die.
- After Lumpy kicks the dead bird away and prepares for his box-trick, he clearly says "And now, I need a volunteer."
- The YouTube thumbnail spoils Cuddles' death.
- This episode is the first time where a character commits suicide, it will happen later to Petunia in
- It’s likely that the birthday shown in this episode is Cuddles as he is the only character who is not wearing a birthday hat (besides Cub, The Mole and Generic Tree Friends; The former likely due to already wearing a hat and the latter due to his older age) and this episode is centered around him.
- If this is his birthday, then he would have another one in Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow.
- Lumpy will wear his magician outfit again in the HTF online game, Tightrope-A-Dope and it's older version Lumpy Artist.
- The title of this episode is a pun of the phrase "I get a kick out of you", which means to enjoy something one really likes.
- It is also the name of a Frank Sinatra song.
- The moral means the fact that someone has done something unjust or dishonest is no justification for acting in a similar way.
- In Mime to Five, Wingin' It, and See You Later, Elevator, Cuddles suffers a similar fate. Petunia also suffers the same injury in See What Develops.
- Cuddles' death is similar to Giggles' injury in Blood Donor.
- There was a deleted scene where Lumpy performs a trick on Giggles, but it was cut due to time.
- According to the commentary on the Third Strike DVD for this episode, Lumpy was originally going to tightrope walk on Cuddles' intestines to get back into the ambulance instead of pulling on them.
- This is the last episode directed by Rhode Montijo. The next episode and future ones are directed by Kenn Navarro.
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