This is the first season where the Titans are doing the same dance during the intro sequence rather than each one doing their own dance.
This is also the first episode to show a little sequence with Beast Boy turning into various animals before turning into the DC Comics symbol.
This marks the first episode to have an opening logo.
The ice cream scoop is voiced by Hynden Walch, the voice of Starfire.
When the animation cuts to a live action scene, a man's hand is holding the scoop when it is "speaking" to Starfire.
Apart from Starfire, each Titan has an object they are attached to, which reflects their respective personalities.
Robin's love towards his mirror shows his narcissistic side.
Beast Boy's liking towards the couch and Cyborg's fondness towards the TV display their slacker nature.
Raven's preference towards her book portrays her as an introvert who favors solitary.
An ice cream scoop is not the only inanimate object Starfire grew an attachment to. She fell in love with a scratching post in "Matched" and nearly married a pot of chili in "Nean".
Starfire isn't the only Titan who has formed a relationship with an inanimate object. In "Staff Meeting", Robin talks to his bo staff and "listens" to it as well, referring to it as his best friend and in "Matched", Beast Boy developed "feelings" for a scratching post that he and Starfire fought over.
Cyborg's love for television is mentioned again. The first time is in "Oil Drums".
Starfire's conversation with Gizmo over her communicator is a direct parody of the conversation that Liam Neeson's character in Taken had with the kidnappers.
The waste basket in the kitchen is covered with stickers of symbols for characters such as Blue Beetle, Batman, Brainiac, and Batman Beyond.
"Bag it, tag it" is a quote from the song "Reba" by Phish.
The joke that Starfire tells in the opening isn't told correctly. She asks, "What DID the waffle say at the baseball game?" The joke is actually about a waffle maker, not a waffle.
Robin tells Starfire she can't be friends with animate objects but yet Robin seem to be "friends" with his staff as seen in "Staff Meeting".