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- Sometimes the coolest people can also be the meanest.
- It's important to stand up to those who are controlling you.
- The Bardekoff daughter appears again.
- Willow is the third character that Jessica McKenna voiced after the Cyber Knight leader in "Cyberbullies" and Amaryllis in "Impopstar".
- Ashton is voiced by Adam McArthur, who is known for voicing Marco Diaz in Disney's other animated series, Star vs. the Forces of Evil.
- This is the second episode to show a character with a visible eye color (Cantaloupe) after Tilly's mermaid children audience in "Dream Weaver".
- The second time the kitchen door flings open and hits Nancy, a hidden Easter egg can be briefly seen on the counter behind the waitress before the door closes.
- As she says that "everybody's having a special day", the bouncer shows a sinister grin. This could allude to Cantaloupe's true colors.
- A further allusion to this is after Tilly/Saxon allows her in, Cantaloupe calls Tilly a "doll". While "doll" in this case refers to a generous or considerate person, it also means "an attractive young woman, often with connotations of unintelligence and frivolity". Basically, she's calling Tilly pretty, but light-hearted and gullible. It also shows she's literally treating her like a doll.
- Brief allusions to Cantaloupe's controlling nature can be seen throughout the episode. One of them is Willow briefly smirking at her after she as her doll says she's allergic to Tilly muffins.
- Another allusion is that Willow and Ashton are taken back by surprise when Cantaloupe declares she wants a Tilly muffin.
- Cantaloupe's doll Genevieve is the only doll in the episode that has pupils.
- Jessica the bouncer is the second character on the show with an eyebrow piercing after the character of "Grace" from Gramma's story in "People Watching".
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