- The third Disney animated series based on crime/mystery/suspense after Chip 'N' Dale Rescue Rangers and Bonkers.
- The last series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation independently.
- The Danza: Vallejo shares the same first name as his voice actor.
- He Also Did: Creator Scott Gimple went on to become head writer on The Walking Dead. Yes, it's the same guy.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: Don LaFontaine himself reads the episode titles.
- Not to mention the other characters: Tara Strong (Ingrid Third), Orlando Brown (Cornelius Fillmore), Wendie Malick (Principal Folsom) or Jeff Probst (Vice Principal Raycliff). The sheer number of high-profile voice actors in the main roles made the show impossible to bring back for another season.
- The character of Joseph Anza is voiced by Danny Tamberelli of The Adventures of Pete & Pete and All That fame. O'Farrell is voiced by later All That alum Kyle Sullivan.
- In "Code Name: Electric Haircut," Yumi has the voice of Hayden Panettiere (who unlike her character isn't of Japanese stock).
- Joyce in "Of Slain Kings on Checkered Fields" is Daveigh Chase.
- Willie and Augie in "Test of the Tested" are both voiced by Frankie Muniz.
- In another episode, "This Savior, A Snitch", Augie is voiced by a different actor, Kiel Holmes.
- Fillmore's parents, Karim and Joelle Fillmore, who appear in "Cry, The Beloved Mascot", are voiced by Gary Dourdan and Holly Robinson Peete.
- And Ingrid Third's father is voiced by Anthony Stewart Head
- Mr. Delancey in "Field Trip of the Just" is voiced by none other than Steve Carell.
- Miss Konquist is Caroline Rhea (alias either Aunt Hilda or Linda Flynn, depending on taste).
- In "South of Friendship, North of Honor," the corrupt chief's principal (and father) is R. Lee Ermey.
- Junior Commissioner Vallejo was voiced by SNL alum Horatio Sanz
- The museum guide in "Masterstroke of Malevolence" is voiced by Kristin Chenoweth
- Apparently, Raycliff hosts Survivor
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: Like most Disney shows, this has never had a VHS or DVD release, but is available on Germany's iTunes.
- The Wiki Rule: Here.