- Contest Winner Cameo: The Cinco de Mayo episode features one by a girl who had won Toon Disney's Most Animated Kid Search.
- Cross-Dressing Voices: Alanna Ubach as Hector/Skate Lad.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: There are currently no official DVD or VHS releases, and half of the show's episodes are very hard to come by (to the point that they're now considered lost). Reruns were ceased in the US by June 2006.
- In 2016, thirteen episodes (many of which are from the first season) were released on Mexican VOD site Blim, with English and Spanish audio tracks available. They can also be found on YouTube.
- In November 2018, the show was released on Netflix Latin America in widescreen HD and with English, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese audio tracks, although only most of the first season (and two episodes from the second season) were available. However, the show was removed a year later, possibly because it might arrive on Disney+ at some point.
- Missing Episode: Unlike many Disney TVA series, Teamo Supremo isn't currently available in its entirety online. While the first two seasons have been found, several season 3 episodes are still missing and one is only available in Portuguese.
- Screwed by the Network: More like Screwed by Two Networks.
- Despite delivering solid ratings on ABC's Saturday morning lineup, the show was moved exclusively to the premium cable network Toon Disney in September 2003, after ABC decided to replace its slot with newcomer Lilo & Stitch: The Series.
- After 2003, Toon Disney didn't bother advertising the show's remaining episodes, leaving viewers unaware. "Will You Be My Valentine Bandit?"/"Uncontrollable Goopy Substance" was aired at an early Sunday morning slot in March 2004, while "Word Search"/"Micro Supremo" and "The Governor's Analyst"/"The Gauntlet's New Gloves" were aired as part of the show's weekday afternoon rerun cycle in August of the same year. Despite the negligence, Toon Disney continually reran the show until June 2006.
- Short Run in Peru: Several of the final episodes premiered on Family Channel in Canada months before they were shown on Toon Disney in the US.
- Talking to Herself: Hector/Skate Lad and Brenda/Rope Girl are both voiced by Alanna Ubach, in a rare version where this trope crosses genders.
- The Wiki Rule: The Teamo Supremo Wiki.
Trivia / Teamo Supremo