|Bernard tells Mandy and her brother David a wild tale about the events that occured during the previous week in Odyssey. But the question is, did it really happen?
This episode references other AIO episodes, such as "A License to Drive" and "Truth, Trivia, and 'Trina." There are also some spoofs, such as "Malachi's Message" with the scene about Tom meeting an angel named Haggai, and the scene with Dr. Blackgaard's appearance, which is a reference to "Blackgaard's Revenge." This episode also contains many in-jokes for fans, like Connie remaining 16 for a while and Eugene and Katrina's "long, drawn-out, seemingly never to end engagement."
As hinted in the album version of this episode, "I Slap Floor" is an anagram of "April Fools" which is the day on which this episode aired.
This episode was meant to have Tasha Forbes in it, but the actress wasn't available so they put Richard Maxwell in instead.
This is Regis Blackgaard's last episode.
- Jared DeWhite
In response to Jared's comment, you can hear Dr. Blackgaard in exit when the Imagination Station melts down. So technically Exit is the last time we hear him (in a flashback of course).
The TV show that Edwin Blackgaard refers to in this episode is most likely an episode from "I Love Lucy" titled "Job Switching." On the show, Lucy and Ethel get a job working at a chocolate factory after making a deal with their husbands to switch places for a while.
The new invention that Whit talks about is the StrataFlyer in the AIO videos. He also make a reference to the AIO video "A Fine Feathered Frenzy" when he says "Oh yeah, well you'll be sorry the next time someone falls off a clock tower.
: Look, Mr. Whittaker! I pierced my own ears, just like you said!
: Oh! Very good, Sarah! Your parents will be so proud!
- Lady SimbelmyneHarlow
: Great isosceles triangle! I just figured out how stonehenge was built!
"Oh Eugene! Your words just slide off your tongue like poetry!"
"You mean, mellifluously?"
"I think so"