Child-blocking the television is featured in several episodes, once in this episode, when the television of Timmy is child blocked. Child-blocking will also be featured in a later episode "Sleepover and Over" when A.J.'s Dad also child blocked their television.
This is the second time Timmy gets grounded.
This is the first episode that was not directed by Butch Hartman.
This is the first episode of the series where Gary Leroi Gray provides the voice of A.J.. Until now, Ibrahim Haneef Muhammad voiced this character. This is the only episode where Gray tries to replicate Muhammad's voice.
This episode, like its sister episode "That's Life!", never aired in Poland.
When the house is full of grass, it looks like Mrs. Turner's garden which will appear in the next episode "That's Life!"
This episode was included on Volume 2 of The Fairly OddParents for Game Boy Advance Video.
Fred Rogers - The guy from the non-violent program bears resemblance to him.
People will say "Yay!" to something mostly colons and violence.
Mr. Turner will say that something is for squares when he was under the effect of the wish.
Someone saying "Oh, wah. Do you ever stop nagging?!"
People saying "It's violent and educational, but mostly violent. Yay violence!"
Before Timmy jumps on the lampposts, Mr. Turner gets shaved, but in the shot after Timmy lands on the sumo wrestler, he is bearded again. In the next shot, he has shaved again.
This episode, along with "That's Life!," aired on November 8, 2002 in the United States. They were produced in the same year of 2002 according to the credits. They were also the first two episodes to be produced in that year. Every other episode of the previous season was made in 2001.