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Trivia

  • The episode's narrative is in the style of a mockumentary.
  • Kitty's outfit in this episode is similar to Trinity's, from The Matrix.
  • When Kitty grabs a smoke bomb from Keswick from off screen, her hand showed that she was wearing her old uniform and not her black Matrix suit.
  • Apparently a C.I.P. in T.U.F.F. not only stands for "Crime in Progress" but a "Chimp in Pittsburgh" as well.
  • This episode shows a scene from the film Independence Day.
  • This is the first time Kitty was seen without her hairband. The second time would be in Lights, Camera, Quacktion.
  • In the part where Dudley was in jail he's wearing the number 86, the code number of Agent Maxwell Smart from the TV show Get Smart.
  • This is the second time Keswick has dressed like a villain, the first was during Snapnapped.
  • When Keswick showed off his evil certificate, it was signed by Dr. Doom from Marvel comics, and The Wicked Witch of the West from the film The Wizard of Oz.
  • The scene where Dudley leads the documentary makers into T.U.F.F. HQ shows him pass through a series of security doors and a laser grid, with secret agent-themed music playing. This is a homage to the intro sequence of Get Smart.
  • When Dudley gets to the command center of T.U.F.F. one can see the video game Pong playing.
  • Dudley seems to have more common sense in this episode probably because he wants to be great around the camera crew.
  • In the storyboard for this episode, The Chameleon originally wore a coat and glasses.
  • This episode is similar in plot to Double-Oh Schnozmo!, an episode of The Fairly OddParents.
  • The fourth wall was broken for almost the entire episode.
  • When Dudley gets tasered for the fourth time, notice Mr. Crocker is briefly seen in the electrocution sequence.
  • One of two episodes where no villain was arrested. The other being Frisky Business.
  • This episode's name shares the same name as a show within the universe of this series.
  • Even though Petsburg is a city in T.U.F.F. Puppy, Kitty mentions the real-life Pittsburgh.

Goofs

  • In one shot, the policeman is checking Dudley's shirt. But in the next shot, his hands are suddenly gone.

Running Gags

  • Kitty deploying a smoke bomb and shouting that she is "Nowhere and everywhere!"
  • Dudley getting zapped with a taser.
  • People complaining about vending machines not taking dollars.

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