- This episode's title is a parody of the term "happy campers", but is also a reference to the episode being revolved around Snaptrap's desire to return to Camp Itchy-Owie-Boo-Boo.
- This is the first time where a villain is seen as a kid.
- This episode is before Lucky Duck, but Nickelodeon aired that before this episode.
- Sally Mander was seen when everyone was partying at Kitty's apartment.
- The show Desperate Housepets, that Keswick was watching, is a parody of ABC's Desperate Housewives.
- It is revealed that as a child, Snaptrap wore braces and glasses.
- This episode along with Lucky Duck are featured on the SpongeBob SquarePants DVD called "SpongeBob's Frozen Face-Off."
- The 88¢ store is a parody of the 99¢ store.
- This is the fourth time Kitty wore a different outfit for the whole episode (besides wearing her usual outfit in the beginning).
- Larry shouting and repeating words.
- Kitty getting injured by Keswick's T.R.U.S.T. Swiss Army Knife (although that is what stopped Snaptrap).
- Kitty telling people to get out of her house.
- Kitty and Dudley showing their underwear.
- In Disobedience School, Snaptrap writes horribly. But in this episode, he writes better.
- How did Dudley get back to Kitty's apartment so fast while he was still in camp?
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