The owner of the mansion that makes the chameleon looks darker than the true owner, because the version of chameleon on the owner of the mansion wears a long coat tipped in the neck, while the actual version of the owner uses only a suit. However, both the chameleon as the true owner speak with a British accent (the chameleon does simulated, obviously).
Bunny, the real estate agent who appeared on Share-a-Lair reappears in this episode (as in Share-a-Lair, this episode is also characterized by the chameleon)
In this episode we discover the alimentary obsession of Bird Brain: earthworms.
It is the first episode that contains one or more references to the horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street, as in a scene Snaptrap appears dressed as Freddie Krueger, antagonist of the film.
It is the second time that Bird Brain acts awful, the first being Time Waits for No Mutt
Is given to know the name of Keswick, and Keswick is only his last name. His name is Xeke (if you wish, you can change it).
It seems that, the chief is very creepy naked.
It is the second episode in which some use molecular transformation suits addition to The Chameleon, the first episode being Bored of Education.
In some scenes, Snaptrap and Bird Brain use molecular transformation suits
This episode shows a new skill of The Chameleon that, in real life, belongs to chameleons of the real life, that skill is changing skin color.
It's revealed that The Chief has more than 63 years