The title of this episode is a reference to the British national anthem, "God Save the Queen/King".
This episode was possibly inspired from the TV Show Get Smart in the episode That Old Gang of Mine, when Maxwell Smart and Agent 99, the counterparts of Dudley and Kitty, contact the British CONTROL and are assigned by them to stop a famous team of criminals from stealing the royal jewelery hidden in a vault inside the Buckingham Palace.
In an attempt to come off as an English nobleman, The Chameleon disguises himself as "Lord of the Flies". This is a reference to the novel by William Golding.
Along with the disguise, the episode also has Mary Poppins references, including one from the famous song, "A Spoonful of Sugar" (a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down.).
Fifi Oui Oui from Puppy Love appears in this episode.
Four other Undercover Fighting Forces are revealed in this episode: B.U.F.F. (British Undercover Fighting Force), S.C.R.U.F.F. (SCottish Undercover Fighting Force), G.R.U.F.F. (GReenland Undercover Fighting Force), and R.U.F.F. (Russian Undercover Fighting Force). However, it's unknown what the R in S.C.R.U.F.F. stands for.
Just like many famous Russian buildings and especially churches, R.U.F.F. has the stereotypical onion dome on it.
This is the second time The Chameleon has become a transport vehicle and he has given someone a lift (and not for evil).
This episode marks the second alcohol reference. When Kitty mentions Scotland, the S.C.R.U.F.F. agency is shown and there's a building near it that resembles a jug with three Xs on it. This is a possible reference to the fact that the three Xs are seen on scotch bottles and jugs. The first episode was in Puppy Love.
This is the second time The Chameleon transforms into Dudley. The first was in Doom-mates.