Wander fights a massive case of the giggles while trying to impress a race of beings with unusual faces.
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As Wander and Sylvia leave the party, the latter apologizes for wasting time with the High Gnees, when they could have been "enjoying nature's booty". This causes Wander to laugh once more as Sylvia states that she meant to say "beauty" during the end logos.
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- This is the first episode to use potty humor.
- The High Gnees' faces were never shown, likely for censorship reasons.
- The six-pointed star that serves as the High Gnee's symbol is not really a star.
- Two bingleborps from "The Greatest" reappear when they leave the ballroom sadly.
- The entire episode uses a lot of puns involving butts, or in this case, "toilet humor".
- “High Gnees” is a pun on “Hiney”, whilst “Butt-ler” is a pun on “Butler”.
- Almost everything in the High Gnees‘ mansion features artifacts in the shape of butts and poop.
- The term "party pooper" refers to someone who shows gloom or sadness over a social gathering, such as a party. Here, the term is used literally, in reference to the High Gnees and the constant use of toilet humor.
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