- This is one of the musical episodes.
- In this episode, Nonny, Goby, Oona and Mr. Grouper are known by another name.
- Deema is a robot.
- Nonny's hair is different for the first time.
- Deema's eyes are brown in this episode instead of blue.
- Robot Deema stretches her neck for the first time.
There are many references to other space opera and science fiction including:
- Major Bummer is voiced by special guest star George Takei, famously known for his role as Mr. Sulu on the original Star Trek television series and movies.
- The Knuckleheads are loosely based on the Klingons from Star Trek. Their ship bares a close resemblance to a D-7 battlecruiser or a Klingon Bird-of-Prey. The ridges on their safety helmets could also be seen as an homage to the forehead ridges of the Klingons.
- The line "you don't need our identification" is an homage to a similar line in the original Star Wars (1977).
- The symbol for the Office of the Galactic President is almost identical to the symbol of the United Federation of Planets from Star Trek: The Next Generation.
- Robot Deema repeating the USS Minnow's warning of being out of fuel could be an homage to Sigourney Weaver's character Lt. Tawny Madison in Galaxy Quest as her only role on the ship was to repeat what the computer said.
- The name of Captain Gil's ship, the USS Minnow, could be an homage to the SS Minnow, the name of the boat that strands the survivors on Gilligan's Island.
- Major Bummer being a frail creature under a powerful suit of armor is likely a reference to Darth Vader of Star Wars (1977), The EMpire Strikes Back (1980), and Return of the Jedi (1983).
- Mr. Smarts is an obvious homage to Mr. Spock from Star Trek. They even have the same haircut!
- The elevated corridor that the crew runs through to escape the Lobster Bot army on the Galactic Bubble Station is identical to a similar corridor on the Death Star in the original Star Wars Trilogy (Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi).
- The idea of music taming angry robots/cyborgs and turning them good is very similar to the Michael Jackson 3D sci-fi movie Captain EO.
- This Is The First Episode To Air In 2016.
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