- Acclaimed Flop: The game had a budget of $8 million (in 1996 money) and failed to get its money back.
- Actor Allusion:
- Drew Blanc's sidekick is named "Flux".
- It goes further in the French version of the game, where Flux's voice is perfomed by Luq Hamet... Who is the official french dubber for Michael J. Fox.
- Also? Christopher Lloyd is turning into a toon. And the first sign of it involves a puzzle with a helium tube and a high, squeaky voice.
- All-Star Cast: This game has a stellar cast, with Christopher Lloyd and Ben Stein in live-action roles, with voiceovers by Tim Curry and Dom De Luise, and, if you're a cartoon lover, you'll also recognize voice actors such as Jim Cummings, Jeff Bennett, Tress MacNeille, Corey Burton, and more. It's a real treat with such recognizable names attached.
- Author Existence Failure: In the event that the sequel ever sees the light of day, it's clear that King Hugh and Fingers will have to be recast because of the deaths of David Ogden Stiers and Dom De Luise.
- Dueling Works: Stay Tooned! came out the same year, another Adventure Game about a live action man having to interact with cartoon Refugees From TV Land.
- Fake Irish: The American Rob Paulsen as the barman (who switches between Irish and Scottish accents).
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