This episode gives us a small look at The Chief's past.
The title of the episode could be a reference to Richard Gere's 1990 movie of the same name.
The gangsters in the newsreel are armed with M1928 Thompson .45 caliber submachine guns and an M1911 .45 caliber pistol. This is the only episode thus far to feature real world/human weaponry.
The scene where Kitty stops the missile - just before it hits T.U.F.F. HQ - simply by pulling a lever marked "air brake", is similar to how Bugs Bunny in the 1952 Looney Tunes cartoon, Hare Lift, stops a big airplane just before it hits the ground.
Keswick getting his rays mixed up.
Dudley yelling about what's happening.
The Chief thinking that he's huge.
In the scene where Keswick and Kitty are at the movies, Keswick is seen putting down his candy box, but in the next shot it was gone.