- Robot Ripley, Robot Reba, and Robot Recal look similar to each other.
- This is the only special of season four.
- This episode was the first season four episode to air on cable television, but six other episodes were released on DVD before this episode's airing and DVD release.
- There is an episode of The Troop with a similar title called "Robo Rampage".
- The speeder chase through Mega City to catch Robot Racquel is strongly reminiscent of the Coruscant speeder chase sequence in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones.
- During the "Give Me the Remote" musical sequence, Professor Bug is seen riding around on a craft that bears a striking resemblance to the 'hoverboard' featured in the Back To The Future trilogy.
- This episode has seven songs, more than any other episode.
- This episode is included on the Robot Repairman DVD.
- This episode is included on the BIG Backyard Adventures DVD collection.
- Tasha, Tyrone, and Uniqua's regular clothes are changed to white and gray ones.
- This episode is centered on Austin.
- This is the only Double-Length episode without a special guest.
- This is the third robot episode first being Cops And Robots and second being Front Page News.
- When the four are pretending as robots, they are just dressed as they are, but painted white to look like robots.
- Evan Mathew Weinstein portrayed Robot Roscoe, Robot Ripley, Rex Robot, and the robot army.
- Elena Meulender portrayed Robots Reba and and Racquel.