Flapjack is cooped up inside Bubbie playing with fish dolls and Bubbie thinks he needs to get outside and make some real friends. Lolly Poopdeck then arrives and gives Flapjack a letter, which was actually fake and sent from Bubbie.Upon reading it Flapjack discovers it is an invitation to a kid his age's party. Flapjack arrives at the party thinking the birthday boy is actually a girl named Kelly. Kelly and the guests make fun of Flap's appearance, such as his turtle neck and curls. They then share stories about a boy and a wierd old man and a beastly creature that describes Flapjack, Bubbie, and K'nuckles. Flapjack is horrified by this and after K'nuckles is apprehended by the police for being a weirdo, Flapjack neglects Bubbie and K'nuckles. Later on in the episode Kelly and the kids go whale tipping,Flapjack stands up for Bubbie and K'nuckles and sticks to them.
- The girl that was at the party was the same girl from the episode, Something's a Miss.
- Slippery Pete's real name is Peter.
- Most of the children are Ms. Leading's students. One of the other children is most likely one of the The Inventor's juvies. In the overall, the animators used children from previous episodes. The only new one is Kelly.
- In this episode, Peppermint Larry's voice sounds more like Anton St. Germain from The Mighty B! than Mr. High Pants from Yakkity Yak as usual.
- Voice-Actress June Foray who voiced Ruth from Bubbie's Tummy Ache, voiced Kelly in this episode.
- When a Kid destroyed Peppermint Larry's Candy Muggs, That's considered a hidden refence to the Rainbow Star Blocks from Mr. Driller Drill Spirits.
- This marks the fourth time Flapjack had trouble by the Candy Barrel (the other episodes were K'nuckles and His Hilarious Problem, Cuddle Trouble & Unhappy Endings).