The episode's title is a parody of the phrase, " Gloom and Doom".
The reversal of the phrase is also referential to Larry's breakaway from D.O.O.M. to form his own agency, G.L.O.O.M. (
Genius Larry's Order of Mayhem). The Stray Hound sign that appears at the bus station is a reference to the Greyhound bus line.
The onion car that Snaptrap (dressed as a princess) drives to the bus station is possibly a reference to the onion carriage that appeared in the Shrek films.
This is the first episode to have a member of D.O.O.M. (other than Snaptrap) to be the main antagonist.
This was the first episode to feature a member of an agency create a break-away group on screen.
This episode was part of Nick's "U-Pick" week.
The Caped Cod, along with several other villains, made a cameo appearance in this episode.
As of this episode, D.O.O.M.'s Lair is in Snaptrap's Basement.
In this episode, three to five years has passed since Snaptrap and the other members of D.O.O.M. have been place in jail, yet no one has changed.
It is unlikely that three to five years actually passed, due to the characters not appearing to have aged, and their relationships with each other being much the same.
This one of a few episodes where there are no hints of the Dudley-Kitty Relationship.
After this episode Larry hasn't been thrown in the shark tank.
Bird Brain, who was between Mad Cow and the Chameleon, disappears when Dudley was shown juggling.
Despite airing before Law and Odor, the Stink Bug is seen in the T.U.F.F. Prison. This episode may have taken place after Law and Odor as it says that it takes three to five years before D.O.O.M. gets out of jail.
When this episode premiered, it was played after Law and Odor so viewers could get an idea of who the Stink Bug was at first.
Larry already has the M medal on before he changes his name to Murray, this may not be a goof as it may represent something else like Mayhem.
Serveral characters running into Snaptrap's mom.
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