• This is the third and last appearance of the Striker Z automobile.
  • This is the only time Vicky is not in a Striker Z episode.
  • This is also the only episode which has the Striker Z on the title card.
  • For the duration of Poof's disappearance, this episode mirrors the structure of a 2005 Fairly OddParents episode.
  • This is the second episode which involves Cosmo and Wanda as teens, the first one was during the "Floating With You" musical number in "School's Out!: The Musical". The third will be Cosmonopoly and the fourth will be The Fairy Beginning.
  • Mrs. Turner and Timmy went to the Tibecuador Express when they thought there is nothing else to do. Tibecuador was wished for by Timmy in the episode, "Oh, Brother!" and has apparently become a real country in The Fairly OddParents universe.
  • Apparently at some point, Mr. Turner must have gotten the Striker Z out of the Junkyard and took it for himself since it is shown in this episode.
  • From what is stated in this episode, reverse psychology always beats youthful rebellion (Mr. Turner did this to trick Timmy into washing the car and later Timmy used this to send Cosmo and Wanda into the Wishy Washy to become normal again).
  • The bus horn was La Cucaracha.

Running Gags

  • People saying "Peace out, yo!"
  • Stating that reverse psychology beats youthful rebellion
  • Threatening to confiscate items (most notably skateboards)


  • Right after Cosmo turns back into an adult, his irises are missing.

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