- Channel Hop: The first short aired as part of What A Cartoon! Show on Cartoon Network, while the rest aired as part of Oh Yeah! Cartoons on Nickelodeon.
- The Other Darrin: Later shorts after the pilot have Tara Strong taking over from Ashley Johnson (who had only one spoken line, giggling and shivering sounds) for Mina after the shorts moved to Nickelodeon.
- Screwed by the Lawyers: The reason these shorts haven't gotten an official re-release is because the rights are split between Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon (the former has the pilot and the latter the rest).
- What Could Have Been: Mina had a surprising amount of these for a what ultimately became a miniseries on a variety show.
- Mina and the Count was at one point pitched to be one of the in-between shorts on Dexter's Laboratory, but it was passed over in favour of Justice Friends.
- Prior to ABC being brought by Disney, the network was considering producing the series for their Saturday morning lineup.
- There was intended to be a seventh short, but Nickelodeon changed their minds due to becoming increasingly uncomfortable with the characters, feeling like their Intergenerational Friendship held far too many Unfortunate Implications. My Neighbour was a Teenage Robot came as a result of Fred Seibert still letting Renzetti to keep his slot in the program's production schedule.
Trivia / Mina and The Count