Adam's friends fear he'll be leaving the school, after reading a news article, coming from a boy in an all-animal school, who wishes he could leave.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: Lupe mentions how Jake's butt-obsession drives internet bloggers crazy.
- Callback: Jake gets the idea to replace all the students and faculty with humans, but then decides against it, remembering they did a similar storyline, only with robots instead of humans, in "Robofrog 3000".
- Character Development: Adam makes it clear he's finally over wanting to go back to his old school.
- Fantastic Racism: Jake's dad expresses negative opinions on humans, viewing them as a second-rate species.
- Knotty Tentacles: Slips gets all tangled up, after running out of de-tangler hairspray.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: To hide his butt-obsession from the public eye, Mr. Mandrill goes under the pseudonym "Baurice Bandrill", when writing to Dear
- The Power of Friendship: Adam's friends really want to keep him around, despite making it painfully clear that they've grown sick and tired of him, in literally, just the last episode.
- Recycled Script: This episode uses the exact same plot as the 1960's The Brady Bunch episode, "Dear Libby". The news article in this episode is even called "Dear Glibby".