Miranda calls Mo & Bo "monster buddies", which alludes to the theme song for this season, where one of the lyrics have Abby sing "monster buddies".
This is the first time to have the title a question.
This is the second time the suit up sequence takes place on the sidewalk. The first time was in
Trick or Treat Otis. Both this and
Abby and the Winning Fuzzlies this episode's sister, both focus on Mo and Bo.
This is the first time both a first and second segment focus on the same Fuzzlies. This is the fourth time the Fuzzlies are called "monster buddies" following "
A Princess and the Peepers", " Abby Babysits Melvin" and " A Very Fuzzly Christmas".
Moral: Don't go someplace without telling anyone where you're going first.
Abby was looking down the ally for a moment where Sophie and Penny were going with Mo and Bo, therefor she should've seen them.
Abby could've used her watch to call Mo and Bo (like she did in previous episodes), rather than listen for the Fuzzly Alarm. This is the first episode where the hotel is never seen.
This is the ninth episode where Chef Jeff does not appear after "
When Abby Met Bozzly", " Mo and Bo in the Snow", " Trick or Treat Otis" (but he is mentioned), " Mo and Bo and the Missing Button Trail", " Abby's Runaway Care Case", " Fuzzly Beach Day", " Princess Flug Goes Skiing" and " Bozzly and the Baby". Mo and Bo are the only Fuzzlies besides Bozzly to appear; however, Harriet was mentioned.
Sophie is shown to be an African American version of Abby; she has a ponytail, wears coordinated clothes, and has her own catchphrase, "Super-mendous," like Abby's "Splizzacular." She also has yellow clovers on her outfit, to mimic Abby's pink heart.
Sophie solving the Fuzzly problems before Abby could possibly foreshadow her becoming a Fuzzly Catcher herself.