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The kids set up their own business in order to learn the value of money. Two of the kids' business are selling like hot cakes but one of them has a problem trying to withhold the secret to their success.
The kids are playing with Giggle-Doh for Arts and Craft. While Bridgette makes a unicorn, Owen throws a handful of clay, Harold makes a blue fish, Cody smells his clay after molding it, Noah makes stacks several blocks of clay to form a wall which collapses after some of the clay thrown by Owen hits it and Izzy creates a miniature clay version of herself that keeps falling over and she has to fix.
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- Courtney and Harold appear, but have no lines.
- Some adults that buy Noah and Owen's cookies speak but it's unknown who voiced them.
- An employee in Owen and Noah's imagined cookie factory speaks but it's unknown who voiced him.
- A kid talks with Owen in a ball pit but it's unknown who voiced him.
- Cody reveals that he has a little brother, although his main series counterpart is stated to be an only child in his official biography.
- Izzy knows how to burp and fart the alphabet, a skill Owen's original counterpart attempted to perform in Not Quite Famous.
- Owen's inability to keep a secret is similar to Hide and Be Sneaky, where he tries to keep the fact that he is in an alliance with Duncan, DJ and Geoff a secret, but spills the beans to Gwen.
- A movie poster of Dracula's Castle can be seen during Owen's flashback at the cinema.
- Jude's original counterpart also worked in a restaurant selling kebabs in the first season of 6Teen. In addition, the scene where serves spicy skewer to Chef is similar to the opening scene of the episode Dude of the Living Dead.
- Cody getting tricked by Duncan to buy "magical beans" is a reference to Jack and the Beanstalk.
- Gwen's pet funeral business is a reference to Stephen King's novel Pet Semetary.