- Kaz Aizawa won an Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Emmy Award for the background color painting in this episode.
- The Chief's real name is revealed to be Herbert Dumbrowski, and we learn he was a former active T.U.F.F. agent. We also learn his address is (or was) Apartment 7, 428 Maple Drive, Petropolis.
- The Chief's birth certificate shown during the newsreel is signed by Abraham Lincoln and Butch Hartman.
- The otter soldier is voiced by Carlos Alazraqui, who also voices Mr. Denzel Crocker in The Fairly OddParents.
- In the end Dudley grew into a giant, gained two extra heads, and started to breathe fire. This was was probably a reference to Cerberus, the three headed hellhound from Greek mythology, or King Ghidorah from Godzilla.
- Apparently, Keswick doesn't like the film "The Lizard of Oz" (an obvious parody of The Wizard of Oz), since that was the movie he and Kitty saw, and insulted.
- The fourth wall was broken due to the Chief blasting the narrator during the video at the beginning of the episode.
- The Chameleon tries to fool the army officers by making random references to the Battle of the Alamo, the U.S. Marine Corps motto, "semper fi" and the Bay of Pigs invasion.
- This episode gives us a small look at The Chief's past.
- The title of the episode could be a reference to Richard Gere's 1990 movie of the same name.
- The gangsters in the newsreel are armed with M1928 Thompson .45 caliber submachine guns and an M1911 .45 caliber pistol. This is the only episode thus far to feature real world/human weaponry.
- Keswick getting his rays mixed up.
- Dudley yelling about what's happening.
- The Chief thinking that he's huge.
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