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  • Defictionalization: A fan-made version of Pretty Patrick Lunch Time.
  • No Export for You: Because VRV is region-locked to just the United States, there was no legal way for Non-Americans to watch every episode from "Birthday" onwards from November 2016 to October 2018.
  • Shout-Out: Tough to spot unless you've seen these sketches by Allegri but the rug in Deckard's room has the same pattern as Howl's jacket! From Howl's Moving Castle of course.
    • The beginning of beach shows that Bee has an alarm clock doll of Luna on her shelf.
    • The monster from the pilot is a shout out to some sketches Natasha put up on her Tumblr all the way back in 2012.
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    • In "Birthday", TempBot comments she has a "videogame job" and that maybe there will be cake. She's even voiced by Ellen McLain in that episode!
    • In "Cats", TempBot (this time voiced by Roz Ryan) calls Bee and Puppycat "little flapjacks."
    • "Farmers" has TempBot claim she smells homecooked food. Hannah Hart, her voice actress at the time, runs a a home cooking youtube channel.
  • What Could Have Been: In the original storyboard, when Bee was waiting at the intersection she mentions she lost a third job this week, the scene with the police and the ladybug wasn't added, Bee doesn't have the dream sequence, and Bee has a different space outfit and Puppycat wears one too. After Puppycat told Wallace the story, there is no fight scene and Wallace doesn't transform but instead Wallace's mother, who is a giant space mermaid, would return and Bee and Puppycat would head back home after Puppycat learns Bee's name and ask the space mermaid to be paid in "human currency".
    • The comic deals with the change in plot. They have to go back to Fishbowl Space because there was "disatisfaction" with the job. They get there, and Mermaid Mother is crying that Wallace has vanished.
  • The Wiki Rule: It's right here. And it could use some help. Though to be fair, there's not exactly many episodes so far.


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