The robot that the Crimson Chin battles against in his comic looks very similar to the Frederator Studios mascot.
The name Timmy takes when he finally wishes for all of his powers is Turbo Timmy; later in the sixth season finale Wishology, this is the same name he takes, although the costume is very different.
This is the final of the four episodes that aired after Mary Kay Bergman's death.
A magazine Cosmo holds spells "tough" as "TUFF," which is similar to T.U.F.F. Puppy which is another show created by Butch Hartman. Although this episode was first aired nearly a decade beforehand and thus the similarities are unintentional. Also another magazine that Wanda was holding said Buff which is British Undercover Fighting Force in an episode of T.U.F.F Puppy.
These are the Super Heroes that Timmy wished for that are based on real-life DC and Marvel comic-book heroes:
At the end of the episode, Mr. Turner wears his same clothing from the series, instead of the blue clothing he wore in earlier Oh Yeah! cartoons. However, Mrs. Turner still wears her same clothing from the earlier Oh Yeah! cartoons.
The background music that plays when Timmy is talking to the adult fly and his family would be re-used in the ChalkZone episode, "Rudy's First Adventure". Guy Moon composed both shows.
The Super Hero's outfit on the title card resembles Superman's outfit, though with the colors reversed.
This was the last short before the series's first episode airs.
This is the last episode of the Oh Yeah! Cartoons, and the last episode of the FOP franchise to be animated in traditional cel animation, with the actual series onward continuing with digital ink and paint animation, until the switch to Adobe Flash animation in the middle of Season 10.
As the final episode to air in Oh Yeah! Cartoons, this is also the final episode to feature Mary Kay Bergman as the voice of Timmy Turner. Following her death in November 1999, Tara Strong took over as the official voice for said character in the official series.