Uncle Ruckus is shown to be also racists towards Asians, since he called them: "Japs", or "Yellow Niggers"
This is so far the first and only appearance of Jingmei
Although Ms. Van Hausen, Gin Rummy, Butch Magnus, and Cindy McPhearson are seen throughout the episode, they don't have no lines
Ed's jersey number is unknown throughout the episode since he is wearing his bulletproof vest in the episode
The first episode since the pilot when Ed speaks directly towards his grandson
Huey is shown to be extremely skilled in kickball
The episode is a parody of the Samurai Champloo episode "Baseball Blues".
Uncle Ruckus' comment towards the Chinese player after she was knocked down by Huey is a reference of the Industrial Revolution of America.
Uncle Ruckus calling Long-dou "Chairman Mao" is a reference to Mao Zedong, the Chinese philosopher/revolutionist.
The overaged, muscular player of Long-dou's team is said, according to Long-dou, is only 12 years old and a birth certificate is verified by the keeper is a reference to the Chinese Olympics when Chinese gymnastic leaders muscular built and ages.
Kickball eludes to its violent counterpart, dodgeball, which is banned in most American schoolgrounds.
The climax is a reference to Dragon Ball Z
Ming's powerful kick references Avatar: The Last Airbender.
The exaggerated super-speed and strength and super-powered fascinating kickball moves is influenced by the comedy Shaolin Soccer.
The episode references the current recession in America which Ed Wuncler represents the US bankers and Wushing representing the Chinese government in kickball in debts, accounts, and bets.
Although the Woodcrest team wins the tortument, the score is a tie, which is a 8-8.