• The name of this episode comes from the phrase "tough sell", meaning something difficult to convince someone about.
  • This episode aired on Nickelodeon Latin America and Nickelodeon Brazil before airing on the U.S.
  • It is revealed that Eric has a brother, Derek.
  • This is the second time that it does reference to a ceremony award of the real life, in this case the Nobel Prize. The first time was in Snap Dad, when, among the things stolen by Snaptrap is seen an Óscar statuette.
  • To annoy the T.U.F.F. agents, Snaptrap:
    • Decorates T.U.F.F. with curtains. (The Chief)
    • Merges "T.U.F.F." and "D.O.O.M." to form "D.O.O.F.", and starts to call them "DOOFUSES".
    • Gives the agents new uniforms (siren hats and pink sweaters with "DOOFUS" written on them).
    • Explodes Keswick's Nobel Awards medal, when he uses it as a coaster. (Keswick)
    • Replaces Eric with his less-attractive brother, Derek. (Kitty)
  • "TransMorphers" are a parody of the Transformers franchise. It's also the name of the mockbuster movie.
  • This is the second time Snaptrap and Larry are seen as babies. The first time was in Pup Daddy.
  • Dr. Bellpepper and Sprout is a parody of both famous carbonated drinks Dr. Pepper and Sprite.
  • It is revealed that according to the lucky numbers on Snaptrap's lottery ticket, 011665, the date that Snaptrap first threw Larry in the shark tank was January 16, 1965.

Running Gags

  • Kitty's Vegetable Soda cans exploding and characters screaming "Vegetable Soda, it burns!".
  • When someone says "Slow down!", the others speaks slowly.

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