In the "Tales of the Dark Side" spoof, there are several notable edits as actors replace the characters in silhouette, ending with Sara Throssell, Benny as a circus clown cop and an unknown actor as a mime.
In the start to the Hill's Angels routine, the Angels spell several words out of tiles as one of them (Benny Hill) struggles to stop profanity from being spelled.
In this episode, the Angels dance in a 50s-era motif with unidentified male dancers to the tune of the American TV-series "Happy Days" which ran from 1975 to 1986.
This number is considered the weakest of all the Angels routines in the series with the "Boon" number somewhat superior.
"The Good Guys" sketch includes "The A-Team" theme music.
The editing of this episode seems a bit odd. It starts out with quickies, heads to a musical number and runs a few quickies before going to two sketches, but when Benny seems to introduce the Hill's Angels, it segues to a quickie, an Angels bit, a sketch (actually a series of quickies on a theme) and another Angels bit within a sketch, all of which are awkwardly linked by the "TV Show Titles" moniker and not listed in the DVD show menu.
This was the last episode made for Thames TV; it appears on the "Golden Guffaws" VHS.
This was the last episode for Benny Hill (except his American special) through his fifty year association with British television. His syndicated shows would stay in circulation for another ten years with VHS/DVD distribution releasing his shows in edited and unedited format expanding his fan base for years afterward through HBO and A&E-TV. For topical reference, when Benny Hill came to an end, the top TV shows in the United States were "Seinfeld," "Quantum Leap," "Baywatch," "The Simpsons," "Roseanne," "Cheers," "Night Court" and "L.A. Law" and the top performers were Madonna, Michael Jackson, George Michael, Elton John, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper and David Bowie.