• This is Handy's most famous episode and death in the series.
  • This is the fourth most viewed episode in the series.
  • This is one of the several episodes where a character appears alone.
  • Even though Handy has no hands, a glove can be seen on his ladder. (Which is mentioned in the Blurb version)

    Why are those gloves placed there?

  • There are no female characters in this episode. In fact, discounting the fish, there was only one character in this episode.
  • This is the first time a fishbowl has been placed over someone's head. This will happen again in Something Fishy.
  • The YouTube thumbnails spoil the following:
    • The original episode spoils Handy's death.
    • The Blurb version spoils Handy's first injury.
  • The jingle heard at the end of the episode is re-used from Snow What? That's What!.
  • This is the first episode where Handy's death isn't caused by another main character.
  • This is the only episode before the TV series to have Handy killed by anything besides a vehicle or explosion.

Cultural References

  • The moral is a phrase that describes two different ways of understanding the meaning of a situation. One in an optimistic way, as it was said itself in the moral, and the other in a pessimistic way.


Production Notes

  • Warren Graff, the voice actor for Handy, was required to choke himself with water when he was doing the voice for Handy at one point in the episode.
    • Warren nearly broke the sound equipment during recording.
  • This is the first episode directed by Kenn Navarro. Ever since then, he's directed all the episodes.
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