Curb-Stomp Battle: Once Maya alerts her henchwomen Beta will kill them, their battle against his thugs atop the yacht (along with Neil taking on Beta & a few of his men inside) is pretty much one-sided, even before they switch from fisticuffs to gunplay.
Disney Owns This Trope: Due to issues concerning the rights to the title, the DVD release uses the alternate title Operation Kid Brother on the packaging. The episode itself is not altered.
Freeze-Frame Bonus: Pause when Maya & her villainesses finish camouflaging the vehicle. The text says "The Wild Pussy Club." If Joel & the 'Bots noticed it, it was presumably "too hot to riff."
invoked"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: Crow mentions that Connery probably hypnotized Maya into liking him at the end of the movie. Turns out that, in a cut scene, Maya makes a similar comment to Neil, only much earlier.
Getting Crap Past the Radar: Crow's remark about the henchwoman whose hairstyle involves two very prominent loops at the back of her head.
Crow: Hey, she has handles!
Pet the Dog: The crew admits that they have no idea what Neil Connery was really up to, and probably was enjoying his life.
Crow: And no matter what's gone wrong with his life, Neil can always look in the mirror and say to himself, "Well, at least I didn't do Zardoz."
Plot Hole: Several are introduced due to having to cut the movie for time.
The incident that leads Beta to want to kill Alpha (and how he actually does it).
Neil and Beta's first meeting at the archery competition in Monte Carlo.
The explanation behind the "Operation Double 00-Heehaw" joke. The agents are disguised as gardeners for the villa.
Neil attempting to refuse to continue the mission after Yasuko is killed and how he ends up both in Tetuan and Beta's party.
How Neil's archery buddies ended up being so readily available for the final battle. He had them flown to Germany.
Now Neil and Maya find the Thanatos HQ by tracking the radioactive rugs with a long-range Geiger counter.