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In 1996, Amend created a "Slug-Man" video game as Jason Fox and put it on his website. It was a re-skinned version of Glypha III, a Joust clone for the Apple Macintosh.
There was a 2005 strip that had Jason putting a picture of Paige on Wikipedia's warthog page. In Amend's collection, The Best of FoxTrot, he said that someone actually really uploaded a picture of Paige on the warthog page.
Another comic has Jason geeking out over "Doomulus Prime", a rare and powerful hammer in World of Warquest. Blizzard responded by putting the weapon (in less broken form) in World of Warcraft.
Missing Episode: On April Fool's Day 1997, almost every syndicated cartoonist traded places with another. Amend drew that day's Nancy while the Nancy team took that day's FoxTrot. The strip that they drew does not appear in the compilation Welcome to Jasorassic Park, though; in its place are the chewed-up corners of the strip and a flock of "Quincyraptors" (a reference to a Jurassic Park pastiche in that same compilation, wherein each dinosaur resembles Quincy). As far as anyone can tell, this is the only FoxTrot strip that has never been reprinted in the books. However, it is available on Go Comics' website for the strip.
Name's the Same: Jason and Paige shares their name with a certain musician named Jason Paige, who regularly works with Nintendo of America and performed the Pokémon anime's English theme song and the cover of Steriogram's Walkie Talkie Man on Elite Beat Agents, among other things.
Jason: Our room came stocked with all sorts of candy bars and sodas. A very nice touch.
Andy: Really? Ours didn't.
Jason: Did you look in that little fridge over there?
Andy: Jason, that's the minibar!
Jason: The 20-inch Snickers bars were a tad stale, but otherwise...
Andy: (with her head in her hands) Let the bankruptcy begin.
Paige:( with an armload of shopping bags) Guess what? The gift shops let you charge things to your room!
A later strip:
Jason: Mom, this place is great! They give you stuff for free!
Andy: What are you talking about?!
Jason: You just tell them your room number and you can have anything you want!
Andy: Jason, it's not free! They're just putting it on our bill!
Andy: (with her head in her hands) Why didn't I pack aspirin?
Paige:( with an armload of shopping bags) Get some at the gift shop. Everything's free.
Recycled scripts, as rare as they are, are pretty blatant at times. For example, there are two strips about Jason doing a card trick with a deck missing a card, which have the same punchline. There are also two strips about Peter telling Paige and Jason at two separate occasions how to channel-surf faster, also both using the same punchline.
Technology Marches On: The earliest strips (before the iFruit) showed the family using early Apple computers and Roger admitting he had absolutely no idea how to use a computer, period, and ignoring it when one was actually added into his office. Nowadays, people will probably view that as Too Dumb to Live, but in the 80s, that's not as stupid as you might think - some middle-aged people in the 80s never actually did use home computers, and not all industries pretty much required them. This was before Roger came from Bumbling Dad to flat out Too Dumb to Live.
Also played straight in a January 1993 strip where Jason dreams that he found a Macintosh Quadra 950 with 64 megabytes of RAM and 230-megabyte hard drive as a Christmas present he forgot to open.
Too Soon: The July 22, 2012 strip was pulled due to the July 20, 2012 Aurora shooting. The strip involved Jason attempting to shoot Paige with his 'sniper' watergun.