• This is Lumpy's most villainous role.
  • This is one of the two season 3 episodes to have a multi-million number of views. The other episode is Read 'em and Weep.
  • This is one of only five episodes in which Lumpy killed another character intentionally (the other four being Happy Trails Pt. 2: Jumping the Shark, Dunce Upon a Time, All In Vein, and Banjo Frenzy).
  • This is the first internet episode that Sniffles survives in since Happy Trails Pt. 1, all the way back in season 1.
  • The Mole is the only character in the episode who doesn't appear in Blast from the Past.
  • This is the second time dollar signs ($) appear in a character's (Lumpy's) eyes. This also happens to Mime in Mime to Five.
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    The second Toothy takes a look at Lumpy's eyes, he will realise that he lives in a cartoon and start panicking.

  • This episode is one of the three season 3 episodes to have a quick shot moment in it. The other two are Read 'em and Weep and Just Desert.
  • Like Class Act and Blind Date, this has a Blurb edition. However, there was a mistake and the HTF theme song can be heard throughout the episode. It was only up for a few hours before it was pulled. It was re-posted a few days later with the music error fixed up.
  • This is one of the six episodes with exclamation points in the title, the other five are Snip Snip Hooray!, Ski Ya, Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya!, Aw, Shucks!, Wipe Out!, and Snow What? That's What!.
  • This episode reveals that Sniffles has a lot of money; he probably has a high paying job due to his intelligence and capability at handling them.
  • This is the second episode to use the special Christmas opening. The first one was Class Act.
  • This is the only episode in Internet Season 3 where Sniffles survives.
  • This is the first Season 3 episode that Toothy and Lumpy die in.
  • Even though there are only two deaths in this episode (Lumpy and Toothy), Lumpy is responsible for both.

Cultural References

  • The title of the episode and Lumpy's wardrobe seem to be a reference to Ebenezer Scrooge, a greedy miser from Charles Dicken's "A Christmas Carol".
  • One of the annotations in the Blurb says "Willy Wonka called. He said he wants his suit back!" This references how Lumpy's suit resembles that of Willy Wonka's.
  • In the beginning of the episode, it states that its based off a true story. It could possibly be based on the fact that the plot of this episode is similar the classic story, "A Christmas Carol".