- Approval of God: While Obie-Scott Wade insists that he never intended for Guy/She-Zow to have anything to do with homosexuality or gender queerness, he was otherwise thrilled to know that the show spoke so positively to many of the people who interpreted it as such.
- Edited for Syndication: The Hub cuts out the eyecatches.
- Loads and Loads of Roles: Lyall Brooks
- Meaningful Air Date: The episodes "Glamageddon" and "SheZap" were originally aired on December 21st, 2012: a day that could've been the end of the world.
- Name's the Same: Coldfinger shares the same name as the Goldfinger parody in an All That sketch.
- No Such Thing as Bad Publicity: The far right One Million Moms' public condemnation of this show was the best free promotion The Hub could have asked for since that ignorant Cartoon Brew article in 2010 condemning My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
- Relationship Voice Actor: Matt Hill and Samuel Vincent (AKA Ed and Edd, Finn and Aerrow, and Kira Yamato and Athrun Zala) are cast as Maz and Guy/SheZow/SheZap, respectively.
- What Could Have Been:
- In the original pilot, Maz was a Hispanic guy named Jose and had a crush on SheZow.
- Also, the SheZow costume looked completely different, and Guy and Kelly were apparently teenagers.
- There were plans for a 2nd season but they apparently fell though at the last moment.
Trivia / SheZow