Carl orders a package that is supposed to make you "own" every vagina in the world, but the package contains a flute of wires which take over his entire body. This attracts a large group of people in animal mascot costumes who want him to keep playing so they can dance to it.
- The people who appear at the end of the commercial are the same guys from the commercials from Super Computer and Dickesode.
- It is revealed that the gem in Frylock's back also gives him the ability to levitate, as he is seen sitting in the chair for the first time after the gem is ripped out by Shake.
- Scott Adist is credited as C. Puppington, Adist potrayed the character Clay Puppington on the Adult Swim series: Moral Orel.
- According to the Volume 6 DVD commentary, this episode radically changed throughout the development process. At one point, Carl was supposed to summon "rats" with his flute. Later down the road, Frylock and Hoppy Bunny were supposed to form an intimate relationship and Carl would become a griffin and slaughter everyone. Furthermore, Hoppy Bunny was originally named "King Furry."