At the end of this episode Vinnie hums the Gargoyles theme song.
Elisa, Brooklyn, Lexington, Broadway, and Angela don't appear in this episode.
Hudson: I still can't see why they call it a "Big Apple."
Goliath: Some questions, old friend, are best left for humans to resolve.
Hakon: My revenge...
Hudson: Get an afterlife.
Wolf: Once I'm through softening you up, you'll beg me to finish you!
Goliath: Gargoyles do not beg.
Hakon: Surrender now and I promise you a quick demise!
Hudson: I was about to make you the same offer.
Wolf: Come on, Gargoyle! Are you afraid to die like a man?!?
Goliath: What would a mutate werewolf know about being a man?
I don't want nobody firin' off Mr. Carter but me.
'Vinnie' is based on Vinnie Barbarino, the character played by John Travolta on the TV series Welcome Back, Kotter
. As Jeff Bennett plays the character here, he sounds just like John Travolta, and "Mr. Carter" is a playing off Mr. Kotter, played by Gabe Kaplan.
Vinnie: Oh, it looks like a million, Mr. Acme.
"Mr. Acme" is an allusion to the Acme Company, long-standing manufacturing of goofy gimmicks and supplier (primarily) of Wile E. Coyote as he struggles to capture the Roadmeyer. Vinnie's antics here are not dissimilar to the Coyote's failed attempts to capture the Roadrunner.