This is the first appearance of the Squirrely Scout troops Ricky, Stuart, and Kevin.
In the credits of this episode, they were not referred to by their names. They were referred to as "Scaredy Scout" (Ricky), "Swollen Scout" (Stuart), and "Whiny Scout" (Kevin).
Although A.J. did not speak in this episode, he was seen singing the Squirrely Scouts credo and later shouted out "Stinkfoot!" with the rest of the scouts.
In the credits of this episode, he was referred to as "Panicky Scout" and Grey Griffin voiced his sounding effects, likely due to Gary LeRoi Gray not being available.
This is the first episode of the tenth season that Mr. Crocker doesn't appear at any moment.
This is the first time Chloe doesn't wear her regular clothes throughout the entire episode.
She wears her Squirrely Scout uniform throughout the episode.
There is a version of the Title Card found online with the word "Squirrely" misspelled, which was presumably fixed and replaced before the episode premiered. A darker shade of blue was also used in the corrected Title Card for the actual episode title within the Title Card.
This episode premiered in the Philippines on June 9, 2016.
Bigfoot - Stinkfoot, the park monster in this episode, is based off the legend of Bigfoot.
The bear taking down notes on Mr. Turner's immature behavior, and Mr. Turner shouting at the bear not to judge him whenever it does so.
Stuart (one of the Squirrely Scouts), seeing "little people" (actually Cosmo and Wanda)
Mr. Turner not believing him and calling him a "weak link"
This episode along with its sister episode, "Birthday Battle" used the original theme song from Season 9 rather than Chloe's Theme Song in its initial airing. This was presumably an error, as the Season 10 opening was used in every other episode this season.
Chloe: We came here to get these stinkin' badges and nobody's leaving until we do! It's right here in the stupid Squirrely Scout song! No matter what, we never quit, we're loyal and we're kind, through poison oak and fire smoke, no squirrel gets left behind!
Mr. Turner: Got to be honest, I've come to hate that song.