Cosmo as Super Not-Cosmo

  • First and only appearance of Wanda Woman and Super Not-Cosmo
  • In this episode, Cosmo and Wanda appeared as superheroes.
  • It is revealed that without the excitement that Cosmo brings, Timmy and Wanda turn British.
  • Cosmo's superhero name could be mistakenly said as "Super Nut-Cosmo".
    • Also, in Latin America, the name could be mistakenly said as "Super Nuez-Cosmo". Nuez is Nut in Spanish.



Wanda with Super Saiyan's hair

  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy - The episode's title is the same one as the title of one episode from Billy & Mandy. Interestingly, the episode premiered on the same day five years prior.
  • WarioWare: Touched! - The title could be taken from one of the Wario man set of microgames, who shared the same name as the title.
  • Baby Shower - When Poof bounces on Chet Ubetcha's umbrella, Chet says "It's Raining Babies!" which sounds like a reference to the celebration, Baby Shower.
  • Pong - The cars descending and ascending bouncing Cosmo into each other is a reference to the game.
Pie Man and Super Not Cosmo

Comparison between Pie Man and Super Not Cosmo

  • The Incredible Mr. Limpet - When Wanda and Timmy are having a food fight as each other while dressed as old fashioned British people, one of the food items on the desk is an eaten fish that bears resemblance to Mr. Limpet.

Running Gags

  • Chet Ubetcha saying "Call me Sally!" and Cosmo calling him Sally.
  • When Cosmo hears a cry for help, Timmy's bed always smacks Timmy even he tries to avoid it.
  • When Wanda asks Cosmo for something, Cosmo would poof up something that would be extremely dangerous and it would proceed to harm Timmy.
  • Timmy and Wanda relaxing with Cosmo being a superhero doing heroic deeds.

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