“There’s enough gags in this show already”


Here is my compiled list of jokes, gags, people small things given referenced to in at least 2 episodes.
Note: I did not include these things that are also seen in more than one episode: actors, uncredited extras, behind the scenes crew members, writers, directors, songs, music cues, everyday clothes and hairstyles

Stock movie footage
  • Footage that is repeated backwards: #8, #11, #22, #36, #41, #42, #43, #45 and #53
  • Crumbling skyscraper: #13 and #36
  • The manor on top of a hill with lightening strike: #2, #18 and #50
  • A launching rocket: #4 and #17
  • Cowboys on horses: #7 and #45
  • “Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines” film clips: #2 (a plane takes off on a bridge then falls into the water, a man with a rocket pack, a blimp with a propeller, a plane with 5 wings that caves in on itself and a car that jumps up and down with a propeller attached to the roof) and #34 (a plane takes off a few feet then takes a nose dive, a plane with 5 wings that caves in on itself and a man with a rocket pack)
    (Note: "Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines” is a 1965 film about a British Newspaper in 1910 offering a prize for the winner who can cross the English Channel from London to Paris first. The race brings flyers from all over the world. The flyers jockey for position and the affections of various women.)
  • An audience screming at a concert: #32, #36, #45, #52 and #58
  • A dirigible flying away: #4, #38 and #40
  • The panning aerial shot of the water crashing onto the beach: #31 and #58
  • “Reptilicus” film clip: #18, #19, #26, #40 and #55
    (Note: "Reptilicus" is a 1962 science fiction film with a dragon-like monster)


    Sets
  • Episodes filmed on Stage 2 in Columbia Pictures Studio: #3 and #19
  • Episodes filmed on Stage 3 in Columbia Pictures Studio: #3 and #14
  • Episodes filmed on Stage 7 in Columbia Pictures Studio: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #8, #9, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #18, #20, #21, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #31, #32, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #41, #43,#47, #48, #49, #50, #51, #52, #53, #54, #55, #56, #57 and #58
  • Episodes filmed on Stage 9 in Columbia Pictures Studio: #20, #21 and #22
  • Episodes filmed on Stage 10 in Columbia Pictures Studio: #3, #13, and #25
  • Episodes filmed at the Columbia Pictures Ranch: #13, #14 and #23
  • Episodes not to feature the pad set: #7, #16, #17, #18, #22, #23, #30, #33, #39, #40, #44, #45 and #46
  • Episodes that only uses the pad set: #27 and 43
  • Episodes that use the pad's patio set: #4, #6, #12, #19, #26 and #27
  • Episodes that use the pad's garage set: #27 and #53
  • Episodes filmed a scene at Zuma Beach in Malibu: #1, #3, #6, #7, #8, #9, #31, #38, #49 and #58
  • Episodes that filmed a scene on Beachwood Drive in Hollywood just outside the Columbia Pictures Studio: #20 and #25
  • Episodes with a yellow and green striped awning set: #33 and #40
  • Episodes mention Mammouth Studios: #12, #31, #34 and #58
  • Episodes with a rooftop set: #34 and #37
  • Episodes with a hotel set: #1 and #29
  • Episodes with a restaurant set: #11, #17, #26, #33 and #56
  • Episodes with an office set: #3, #8, #11, #12, #14, #19, #20, #23, #24, #34, #46, #51, #53, #56 and #57
  • Episodes with a stage set: #5, #7, #9, #10, #12, #14, #16, #18, #33, #35, #46, #51, #56 and #57
  • Episodes with a park lawn set: #2, #5, #6, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13 and #56
  • Episodes with a dungeon set: #21 and #50
  • Episodes that features a dark set, fog and an organ: #44, #48 and #55
  • Episodes with a playground set: #3 and #17
  • Episodes with a courtroom set: #14, #34, #43 and #52
  • Episodes with a desert set: #5, #7 and #33
  • Episodes with a town set: #7, #33, #39, #42 and #45
  • Episodes with a bedroom set: #4, #9, #10, #12, #43, #55, #56 and #58
  • Episodes with the rainbow room set: #34, #36, #37, #38, #41, #43 and #52
  • Episodes with a jail set: #7 and #34

    Props
  • A wicker suitcase: #42 and #43
  • A pay phone booth: #12, #19, #26 and #58
  • A blackboard: #47 and #51
  • A computer: #3, #47 and #58
  • A large magnifying glass: #8, #24, #43 and #45
  • A fishing net: #40, #43 and #44
  • A black mask: #11, #36 and #45
  • The Moog Syntheiser: #48 and #57
  • A cannon: #16, #26 and #39
  • A golf cart: #9, #34 and #45
  • Motorcycles: #3, #8, #9, #14, #29, #42, #49 and #54
  • Unicycles: #3, #4, #5, #8, #11 and #22
  • A giant lollipop: #14, #50 and #55
  • A raincoat: #23, #40 and #44
  • James Abbott McNeill Whistler's painting "Arrangement In Grey And Black, No. 1: Portrait Of The Artist's Mother" parody: #2 and #13
  • A Chinese gong: #26 and #51
  • The red phone with cake cover: #1, #3, #4, #5, #12, #14, #15, #24, #28 and #56
  • The sign in desert "12 MILES TO CLARKSVILLE": #2 and #7
  • A menu from the Vincent Van Gogh Gogh Restaurant: #4 and #17
  • A pipe to hear better: #2 and #4
  • A pitch pipe: #8 and #34
  • A yo-yo: #3, #16 and #47
  • A gun: #4, #5, #7, #11, #12, #13, #20, #25, #33, #34, #39, #40, #41, #45, #46, #53, #54 and #58
  • A vulture on the wall that winks: #8 and #9
  • A stuffed animal plush: #10 (Micky holding a monkey plush), #13 (Micky holding a monkey plush in order to show a person being kind to animals), #24 (Davy trying to feed a giraffe plush and Micky pretends to be attacked by a tiger plush during “Laugh”), #27 (Milly has a parrot plush named Lewis and a poodle plush Merton) and #46 (Peter thinks of a tiger plush when he considers investing money on something worthwhile)
  • The naked baby boy photo: #34 and #40
  • The 309 or Usurper throne: #1, #21, #43 and #52
    (Note: The throne was also in the movie "Head" during the birthday party sequence)
  • A sextant: #7 and #44
    (Note: a sextant tool is used by sailors to measure the distance between the sun and the horizon)
  • The sign “STAND BY ON THE AIR”: #15, #23, #36 and #56
  • The Monkeemobile: #7, #12, #13, #15, #17, #19, #22, #25, #27, #32, #33, #39, #42 and #53
  • A signal radio transistor: #2, #49 and #58
  • An eerie green mask: #2, #19, and #57
  • An enlongaded roll of paper: #14 (Peter's contract) and #43 (The Pad's lease)
  • A wig: #2, #3, #9, #13, #14, #15, #18, #34, #39, #43, #46, #48 and #56
  • A break-away stick: #2, #5 and #49
  • A gun that fires out flag with a word on it: #10, #11, #13 and #45
  • A mummy case: #37, #50 and #55

    Words and Terms
  • "totally nuts": #40 and #43
  • "blaggard": #10, #40 and #53
    (Note: a blaggard means a crude or lecherous person)
  • “don’t do that”: #2, #3, #14, #17, #18, #20, #24, #26, #27, #28, #38, #50 and #57
  • “sex”: #3 and #13
  • "smashing": #34 and #35
  • "pshaw": #13 and #40
  • "Psychadelic": #45 and #51
    (Note: Micky also says the word at the very end of the video for "Daily Nightly")
  • “He/ She/ It’s gone”: #2 (Madame Roselle, Ralph and Kingsley are gone), #19 (Peter is gone), #40 (The boat is gone), #49 (Micky is gone), #50 (Davy and Peter are gone), #53 (Micky and T. N. Crumpets are gone) and #58 (Peter is gone)
  • "hell" avoided: #30 and #52
  • "kretch": #23 and #40
  • "poison ivy": #27 and #47
  • “a stone drag”: #14, #37 and #51
  • “seig heil”: #53 and #58
  • "Wizard Glick": #46 and #58
  • "fuzzy": #39, #42 and #51
    (Note: as applied to Micky)
  • “OO!”: #14, #21, #33, #34, #35, #38, #44, #52 and #56
  • "a jellyfish": #3 and #55
  • “Bah Humbug”: #3 and #47
  • “Gosharoonie”: #15 and #25
  • "Shotgun": #15, #18 and #53
  • "Cool it": #1, #13 and #25
  • "Wonderful, wonderful”: #42 and #46
  • "Nosiree, bob!": #48 and #51

    Jokes and Lines
  • Jokes about "long-haired weirdos"- #23, #24, #26, #30, #34, #41, #44, #48, #51 and #55
  • Jokes about Disneyland banning people with long hair- #42 and #50
  • Joke: "Why can't your doctor work on his own thesis?"- #21 and #29
  • Joke: "Little joke, about that big"- #14 and #22
  • Line: “You're the only one qualified”- #3 and #10
  • Line: "...is nice"- #5 (Brazil) and 18 (Vampires)
  • Line: "You're standing on my foot"- #24, #49 and #53
  • Line: “Curse you Red Baron!”- #18 and #53
  • Line: "You dirty rat!"- #11, #12, #15 and #46
  • Line: “Can’t carry a tune in the bucket”- #18 and #32
  • Line: "Isn't that dumb?"- #39, #42, #43, #45 and #46
  • Line: “I am standing up”- #1, #16, #23, #38 and #46
  • Line: "A man in love has the strength of thousands”- #15 and #29
  • Line: "Wait a minute"- #4, #6, #29, #31, #33, #34, #36, #38, #40, #43, #46, #50, #51, #52 and #53
  • Line: "Now hold it"- #30, #41 and #53
  • Line: "Well, that's show business!"- #7 and #51
  • Line: “Sock it to me”- #38, #40, #46, #48 and #51
  • Line: “You must be joking”- #10, #14, #24, #31, #46 and #50
  • Line: “You do and I'll be sorry!”- #13 and #22
  • Line: "Yeah, I'm hip!"- #21, #30 and #48
  • Line: “6 to 1 half a dozen on the other”- #2 and #42
  • Line: "The little people"- #12 and #36
  • Line: "I saw it in a movie"- #4 and #41
  • Line: "Cookouts on weekends"- #7 and #50
  • Line: "I can see clearing now all around the theater marquee"- #18 and #30
  • Sarcastic line: "Isn't this fun?”- #55 and #56
  • Sarcastic Line: "You're all heart"- #3 and #51
  • Sarcastic Line: “No more Mr. Nice Guy!"- #1 and #5
  • Sarcastic Line: “You would”- #23, #35 and #56

    Appearances and mentions of people
  • Food vendors: #27(a vendor sells food around the chaotic visit by Judy, Arthur and kids), #34 (Mike and Davy sell food during a courtroom break) and #42 (Mr. Blauner sells food during the race)
  • Rival bands: #4 (The Four Swine), #14 (The Dancing Smoothies), #19 (The Four Martians, The Jolly Green Giants and The Foreign Agents), #28 (The Popsicles and The Pelicans) and #56 (West Minstral Abbies)
  • A man falling for a cross-dressed Monkee: #9 (General Vandernberg and Mr. Babbitt fall for Mrs. Arcadian/ Micky) and #56 (Mr. Blavat falling for Miss Jones/ Davy)
  • Monkees stand-ins: #4 (David Price, John London, David Pearl & Rick Klein as contest spectators and dancing at the Pad's party), #5 (David Price, Rick Klein and David Pearl are dancing at the discotheque), #15 (David Price shackled to a chair), #19 (John London, David Pearl, Rick Klein and David Price portray The Four Martians), #20 (David Pearl and David Price as spectators), #21 (David Price as the chemist), #29 (David Pearl as Freddy Fox III), #33 (David Pearl in amongst the townsfolk when Micky tries to get their help), #35 (David Price and David Pearl as grape peeling surgeons), #36 (David Pearl as a cameraman coached by Davy), #40 (John London as the gorilla, Nyles Brown & David Pearl as press photographers and David Price skates by during the ending tag), #41 (David Pearl asking about Peter to a man in front of a firing squad), #42 (David Price as a construction worker, David Pearl featherdusting Micky and Rick Klein as a racing official), #44 (David Pearl as the Captain's seaman), #45 (David Price, Rick Klein and Nyles Brown as the guys with prices over their heads), #46 (David Pearl as the casino patron who hits Mike's nose), #47 (David Pearl, Nyles Brown and David Price are introduced along with the rest of the crew to say a Christmas greeting), #48 (David Pearl and Rick Klein as horsemen), #50 (David Pearl as the wolfman), #51 (David Pearl as a nightclub patron and David Price as a janitor), #53 (David Price seen in the crowd congradulating Davy), #54 (David Price and Rick Klein as gendarmes), #55 (David Pearl, Rick Klein & David Price as luggage handlers and Rick Klein, David Pearl & Bruce Barbour seen as spectators) and #58 (David Pearl, David Price, Rick Klein & Bruce Barbour are Glick's henchman, David Price & Rick Klein are the 2-Headed Org and Nyles Brown hangs the Frodis Room sign on the door)
  • Mr. Schneider: #4 (mistaken for a real person by George), #6 (Micky, Davy and Peter playing cards with him and said a quote), #9 (said a quote for a female party goer and claps after "Take A Giant Step"), #19 (Mike and Micky playing cards with him), #26 (abducted by Toto thinking he is a real person and said a quote), #27 (refered to as firewood by Mr. Babbitt), #37 (he joins Mike, Micky and Davy when Peter isn't there for breakfast), #38 (Davy talks to him about Micky's cooking and said a quote), #51 (Micky argues with him due to Micky's fustration of not being able to speak) and #57(Micky and Davy use him during "Valleri")
    (Note: Mr. Schneider can be seen in many episodes in the background of the Pad)
  • Mr. Babbitt: #2 (threaten to throw the Monkees out), #8 (shows up when he hears what he thinks is a dog), #9 (asked to be the party's chaperone), and #27 (had a new tenent in line for the pad because of a breech in the lease)
  • A Lawyer: #14 (Micky), #27 (Mr. Babbitt's lawyer), #34 (a lawyer that has the biggest ad in the yellow pages), #37 (the museum curator's lawyer) and #57 (Davy)
  • Sonny Tuffs: #12 (MD/ Micky mentions Tuffs starring in his latest picture) and #34 (Davy calling Mike's acting performance during the robbery like Tuffs)
  • Billy The Kid: #10 (Micky as Billy The Kid while playing cards in the card room) and #52 (one of Mr. Zero's clients)
  • The lady with a hat: #34 and $57
  • Adolph Hitler: #53 and #58
  • The Beatles: #10 (Mike throws darts at a Beatles poster), #18 (the Monster has Beatle style haircut), #24 (the quick head shots of the guys seen when someone says "typical young persons of the year" is similar to the Beatles album cover for "A Hard Day's Night"), #32 (Mike thanks the Beatles for their influence during the end tag), #33 (Davy carries a copy of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" during the "What Am I Doing Hangin' Round" romp), #35 (Davy jokes about sending a fan in a box that the Monkees got on to the Beatles), #40 (Leonard Sheldon tries to sell Peter a map of the Beatles hometown of Liverpool), #47 (name on the blackboard), #53 (Davy makes the comment that the London mist smells more like the Beatles hometown of Liverpool), #56 (Charlie Smalls makes the comment that Beatles sound is on the accented beats 1 & 3 and Ringo plays the hardest & funkiest soul on the accented beats 1 & 3 that Charlie has ever heard) and #58 (the Beatle song "Good Morning, Good Morning" heard during the beginning tag and Davy sings a bit of "Hello Goodbye" celebrating the death of the 2-headed Org)
  • Marlon Brando: #34 (Mike calling his acting performance during the robbery like Brando) and #44 (Micky mentions that Brando mutiny on a ship)
  • Circus performers: #22 (a sward swallower, a juggler, a strong man, a knife thrower and a clown midget) and #30 (a clown midget and a juggler)
  • Guest stars who play themselves: #32 (KRUX-AM DJ Bob Shannon), #37 (Liberace), #54 (director Jim Frawley), #56 (musician Charlie Smalls), #57 (musician Frank Zappa) and #58 (musician Tim Buckley)
  • Jim Frawley’s voice: #1 (on the phone contacted by Sigmund), #2 (the spirits of the late John Cunningham and The Ghost Of Christmas Past), #3 (both DJ61 and DJ69), #18 (the voice of the mirror), #45 (the voice saying “meanwhile back at the ranch”), #48 (the voice that said "lower the draw bridge") and #50 (telling Micky to do another quick scare)
  • Visiting relatives: #6 (Davy’s grandfather), #34 (Micky's mother) and #45 (Mike’s Aunt Kate and Cousin Lucy)
  • Actress Valerie Kairys: #3 (being rescued during “Last Train To Clarksville”), #4 (Nancy), #5 (Davy’s date), #15 (one of the girls Davy stares at), #17 (serenaded by Mike in a rowing machine), #24 (Toby Willis), #50 (summoned by warewolf Micky), #53 (in the crowd congratulating Davy on the race), #55 (spectator), #56 (Melody) and #58 (the girl Davy, Mike and Micky follow to the beach and the girl Peter follows to the TV studio)
  • Actor Montie Landis: #35 (King Hassar), #36 (Zechenbush), #37 (Duce), #38 (Shah-Ku), #50 (The Devil) and #57 (Oraculo)
  • Female villains in #2 (Madame Roselle), #5 (Madame Olinsky), #7 (Bessie Kawalski), #15 (Mrs. Badderly), #16 (Maria), #24 (Madame Quagmire), #49 (the female alien) and #50 (Lorelei)
  • Groucho Marx: #4 (Micky does an impression of Groucho Marx for Trump with the line "small minority small minorty") and #51 (Mike appeared as Groucho Marx for their new act incorporating Micky's silence)
  • James Cagney: #7 (Micky does his impression of Cagney while posing as the Big Man), #12 (Micky tries to cheer Mike up with his Cagney impression), #15 (Micky does his Cagney impression as Locksley Mendoza) and #46 (Micky and Biggy do their Cagney impressions)
  • Dean Martin: #12 (MD parks in Dean Martin's parking spot), #14 (Peter guesses the 8th President is Dean Martin) and #55 (The Customs Guy/ Jack Williams sings a bit of Dean Martin's signature song "Everybody loves somebody someday")
  • Abraham Lincoln: #34 (a painting of Lincoln is on the courtroom wall), #36 (trying out a look for Mike) and #51 (Micky tries to say the first few words to the Gettysberg Address)
  • A policeman: #2 (a policeman comes to arrest Madame Roselle, Kingsly and Ralph), #7 (a policeman comes to arrest Bessie, Lenny and George), #11 (the Monkees enlist the police's help to apprehend Fusselli's syndicate), #17 (Mike, Micky and Davy bring a policeman to the place they last saw Peter), #25 (the police enlist Micky's help to get Babyface's gang), #26 (the police intercept a portion of the Doomsday Bug formula taken by Peter by mistake), #28 (Policeman Smith arrests the bookie), #34 (the police arrest Mike, Micky and Davy for the robbery), #40 (Peter asks a policeman to arrest the con man in the end tag), #46 (the police arrest the Monkees for stealing money using a rigged roulette wheel) and #58 (the police apprehend the Monkees thinking they are the criminals after Peter calls them for help)
  • Lyndon Johnson: #3 (Mike mentions that he supports the President's war on poverty when being introduced to Guggins) and #36 (trying out a look for Mike)
  • George Washington: #24 (Mike and Peter doing a spoof on George Washington chopping down his father's cherry tree), #36 (tyring out a look for Mike), #40 (Davy doing a spoof on George Washington's historic boat crossing of the Delaware River to Trenton, New Jersey) and #41 (Natasha tries to inspire Micky and Davy to find Peter by saying George Washington never talked about risks)
  • Cyrano De Bergerac: #13 (Micky, Mike and Davy try to help Peter by saying words as Peter moves his mouth) and #21 (Davy wants to compose a poem like Cyrano)
  • Dr. Sigmund Freud: #13 (Micky as Freud trying to analyze Peter) and #29 (Mike calling April as the Freud parody name Dr. Frigmund Freid)
  • Bela Lugosi: #46 (Micky does an impression of Lugosi with the line "I'm from Scranton. Translyvania") and #50 (Lugosi starred in several films as Count Dracula)
    (Note: a clip from the Bela Lugosi film "Black Cat" is seen during the movie "Head")
  • Magicians: #15 (Peter as The Amazing Pietro), #50 (The Monkees doing magic tricks during "Goin' Down") and #51 (The Monkees demostrating Mendrick's tricks)
  • A President of the United States: #3 (Lyndon Johnson), #14 (Martin Van Buren), #24 (George Washington), #34 (Abraham Lincoln), #36 (Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Lyndon Johnson), #40 (George Washington), #41 (George Washington) and #51 (Abraham Lincoln)
  • W. C. Fields: #15 (Micky does an impression of Fields with the line "has lanolin that won't upset your stomach"), #31 (Micky does an impression of Fields with the line "reminds me when I was a boy") and #50 (Micky does an impreesion with the line "tinsel and fabric")
  • Black Bart: #7 (Mike in a parody during beginning tag) and #45 (Ben Cartwheel's alias)
  • Appearances of Monkees Pad neighbors: #6 (a neighbor looking for something to eat), #8 (Mrs. Purdy), #36 (Mr. Swezey, Mrs. Homer and Mrs. Filchok) and #58 (Nyles and The Parkers)
  • Somebody described as having a sullen mood: #16 (Marco) and #22 (Victor)
  • The Monkees with kids: #3, #6, #17, #23 and #47
  • Someone in a gorilla suit: #26, #40 and #49
  • Someone mentioning that something is ridiculous: #1 (Bettina not believing Otto is out to kill her), #6 (Mike, Micky and Peter cry after Davy leaves feeling helpless to stop him), #37 (the mission to return the painting is called "Mission Ridiculous" by Mike) and #40 (Davy not believing he has too much stuff in his boat)
  • Someone who is called evil: #10 (the guard at the Riverdale Country Club) and #17 (Dr. Marcovich)
  • Mention of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson": #51 (Peter takes a call from Johnny Carson for Mendrick) and #54 (Jim makes the remark that "The Tonight Show" is a half hour commercial)
  • Somebody being refered to as a "has been": #25 (Baby Face Morales) and #51 (Mendrick)
  • Lawrence Welk: #23 (Mike does Welk's trademark line "wonderful wonderful"), #42 (Mike and Mr. Blauner both do Welk's trademark line "wonderful wonderful") and #46 (another Welk quote "beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! lovely, lovely")
  • Steve Blauner: #25 (mentioned by Micky/ Babyface as the driver on the Seaman's bank job) and #42 (proprietor of Henry Cabot Lodge)
    (Note: Steve Blauner was Vice-President of Columbia Pictures during the Monkees TV series)
  • Encountering a character named Schnitzler: #17 and #19
  • Encountering a character named Rocco: #11, #16 and #20 (Note: although in this episode, he is never actually seen)
  • Encountering a character named Madame: #3, #5 and #24
  • Encountering a character named Pop: #3, #11 and #22
  • Encountering a character named George: #4 and #7
  • Encountering a character with last name Fingerhead: #24 (Rob Roy) and #25 (Sherry- one of Mugsy's alias)
  • Encountering a character named Zelda: #28 and #46
  • Encountering a character named Red: #11 and #45

    Davy gags
  • Davy wearing a red polka dot scarf: #41 and #42
  • Davy being used as a bell ringer: #10 and #33
  • Davy being used as a knife throwing target: #16 and #22
  • Davy has trouble pronouncing words: #21 (saying “decree”) and #38 (saying “dirigible”)
  • Mentioning Davy’s character: #21 (by the chemist) and #31 (by Davy when declining the starring role in Kramm's movie)
  • Mentioning Davy's mother: #20 (Davy tells reporters he calls his mom after every fight he wins) and #21 (Davy not liking Mike helping him straightening his sash)
  • Davy as a horse jockey: #3, #6, #8, #10, #32 and #45
  • Davy forgets he is British: #19, #26, #27, #40 and #53
  • Davy in a suit of armour #2, #30, #31 and #40
  • Davy plays the drums: #30, #32, #51 and #56
  • Davy wanting to be a boxer: #20 and #29
  • Mentioning Davy is short: #1 (by Micky), #10 (by Bob Rafelson), #14 (by Peter), #15 (by Davy), #16 (by Peter, Micky and Mike), #21 (by Davy), #23 (by Davy), #26 (by Toto), #29 (by Mike), #38 (by Davy and Micky) and #46 (by Davy)
    (Note: Davy also mentions he's short during the chat with producer Chip Douglas at the beginning of the "Daydream Believer" single)
  • Davy wearing his tiger skin robe: #31 and #38
  • Davy wearing his stove top black hat: #37 and #54
  • Davy being groomed: #15, #21 and #35
  • Davy wearing knickers: #1 and #21
    (Note: He also wears knickers in "Head")
  • Davy walking a old lady across the street: #10 and #39
  • Davy wearing his red sparkle tuxedo: #4, #14, #23, #27 and #30
  • Davy filing his nails: #8, #12, #14, #18, #33, #35, #46, #29, #47, #50 and #52
  • Davy sucessfully sidesteping matrimony: #21 (to Wendy), #35 (to Collette) and #39 (to Ella Mae)
  • Stars in his eyes: #1 (Davy over Vanessa Russell and female party goer), #2 (Davy over Ellie Reynolds), #29 (April Conquest over Davy) and #56 (Daphnie over Davy)
  • Davy falls in love: #2 (Ellie Reynolds), #10 (Vanessa Russell and a female party goer), #15 (Fern Bedderly and the 5 girls in the beginning tag), #22 (Susan), #27 (Clarice Rawlings), #29 (April Conquest), #33 (Angelita), #35 (Colette), #39 (Ella Mae), #42 (Queenie), #50 (Lorelei) and #56 (Daphnie)
  • Davy struggles with opening a champagne bottle: #13 and #42

    Mike gags
  • Mike uses the expression "What are you ...": #2 (foggy season and an answering service), #13 (a nut), #51 (some kind of complete nut) and #56 (some kind of complete nut...a screwball)
  • Mike getting a karate chop: #5 (from Madame Olinsky) and #47 (from a lady who also grabed the tree Mike picked out)
  • Mike does Jack Benny's trademark gesture of bringing his one hand to his cheek: #37, #45, #47, #50 and #53
    (Note: See illustration of Mike and Jack Benny doing the gesture)
  • Mike has paranoia: #42 and #43
  • Mike has trouble with a phone: #21 and #45
  • Mike breaking a gavel: #10 and #12
  • Mike playing a harmonica: #3 and #10
  • Mike leans on Davy during a scene: #8, #11, #24, #26, #36 and #42
  • Mike wearing his own personal jean jacket and pants in an episode: #6, #7, #10, #23 and #31
  • Mike winks at the camera: #8 (at the very end of "Papa Gene's Blues"), #27 (during "Sometime In The Morning") and #30 (after tricking a waiter into getting room service)
  • Mike wearing a bandage around his head: #50 and #55
  • Mike wearing his sunglasses: #34, #35, #46, #49, #54 and #58
  • Mike as a farmer: #3, #8 and #22
  • Mike’s wool hat: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #20, #22, #23, #24, #25, #26, #29, #31, #32, #34, #36, #47, #48 and #57
    (Note: There were 4 wool hats seen during the series: green, white, blue and green with 6 buttons)
  • Mike mentioning he is a married father: #39 and #48
  • Mike speaking with an foreign accent: #10 (British), #26 (French), #33 (Mexican) and #52 (Monogolian)
  • Pleas to save the Texas Prairie Chicken: #46, #48, #50, #51 and #58
  • Mike is in charge: #1, #2, #5, #7, #8, #10, #11, #15, #16, #18, #21, #22, #23, #24, #28, #30, #36, #39, #40, #42, #43, #45, #46, #47, #50, #52, #56 and #57
  • An off-camera person tossing Mike his wool hat: #28 and #36
  • Mike getting his nose bumped: #15 (by Peter's hand during a handshake), #19 (by a phone receiver in Davy's mouth), #26 (by Davy) and #36 (by Mayor Motley)
  • Mike as a mummy: #50 and #51
  • Mike trimming his hat: #6 and #24
  • Mike as weather forecaster Tex Nesmith: #23, #30 and #40
  • Mike in his jacketless long sleeved shirt and necktie: #46, #47, #50, #51, #55 and #56
  • Mike's view is obstructed by a lady with a hat: #34 and #57
  • Someone mispronounces Mike's name: #12 (Nipsmouth, Nestleruth, Nashmirth, Nesbaum, Nishwash & Nishmosh), #27 (Micky) and #36 (Nesmeyer)
  • Someone taps Mike's face: #24 (Madame Quagmire) and #37 (Cuchie)

    Peter gags
  • Peter uses an object as a gun: #22 (a megaphone) and #44 (a sextant)
  • Peter botching something and the other Monkees put his hands over his eyes: #28 and #36
  • Peter asking for free services: #14 (asking Renaldo for a refresher course on the box step in the ending tag) and #17 (asking for Dr. Marcovich to look at his tonsil in the ending tag)
  • Peter saves the day!: #1 (called for the time), #2 (shoots Madame Olinsky, Kingsly and Ralph with his finger), #11 (gets their jobs back at the restaurant and goes to get the police), #19 (suggests the guys audition as several types of bands since Benson doesn't know what his mystery band looks like), #34 (brings the innocent picture to the judge), #38 (sees Shah-Ku eating a hot dog), #41 (has Davy and Micky go to see the Druvanian ambassador about Natasha), #45 (shoots Black Bart and his henchman with his finger), #46 (gets Boss drunk and announces numbers that will make them lose their money), #48 (rescues Princess Gwen/ Mike) and #52 (plays the harp without any assistance from the Devil)
  • A girl likes Peter: #13 (Valerie) and #41 (Natasha)
  • Peter wears his belt bucket to the side: #2, #3, #5, #6, #7, #9, #13, #15, #16, #18, #19, #20, #21, #23, #24, #25, #27, #28, #33 and #40
    (Note: he wore his belt buckle to the side in order to prevent scratching his guitar while playing)
  • Peter gets slackjawed: #18, #40 and #57
  • Peter puts things on wrong: #38 (a sweatshirt with hood) and #49 (a helmet)
  • Peter Tork clad in his orange jammies and matching nightcap with the blue bunny on the front: #2, #19, #40, #42, #43 and #50
    Note: In #37, Mr. Schneider is wearing the jammies at breakfast when Peter turns up missing from the art museum)
  • Peter has dumb ideas: #19, #29, #39, #42, #43, #45, #46 and #55
  • Peter has hayfever: #19, #46 and #51
  • Peter wearing his moccasins: #41, #43, #47, #51 and #58
  • Peter’s distaste of violence: #45, #48, #53 and #54
  • Something comes through a window after Peter shuts the window: #3 and #30
  • Peter uses his finger as a gun: #2 and #45
  • Peter signing contracts without reading them: #14 (for dance lessons) and #52 (for a harp)
  • Peter having trouble pronouncing words: #22 (saying “snick” instead of “sneak”) and #36 (saying “sabtooge” instead of “sabatoge”)
  • Peter accentuates the letter P: #48 ("an im-p-enetrable dragon!") and #51 (saying “p-p-pencil”)
    (Note: he also displays this gag in "Peter Percival Patterson's Pet Pig Porky")


    Micky gags
  • Micky actually gets hurt: #17, #35 and #40
  • Micky looking semi-crosseyed at something: #52 and #55
  • Tongue twisters: #9 ("Huntening Hartford hates pickled herring"), #17 (“she sold sea shells by the sea shore”) and #35 (“rubber baby buggy bumpers” and “golden grecian goblets guarantees graves”)
  • Micky’s ideas saves the day: #2, #4, #7, #9, #11, #12, #16, #18, #21, #25, #27, #31, #33, #36, #40, #41, #43 , #44 and #56
  • Micky sitting on a chair which collapses under him: #37 and #52
  • Micky doing his James Cagney imitation: #12, #15 and #46
  • Micky as a werewolf: #8, #47 and #50
  • Use of Micky's voice: #1 (a speeded up version of "Last Train To Clarksville" when Davy is trying to rewind the tape recorder), #16 (singing "Last Train To Clarksville" as Davy is trying to open a wall safe), #44 (the voice of Horace the parrot), #53 (the voice of Elmer), #56 (a speeded up voice for the West Minestral Abbies using "Last Train To Clarksville") and #58 (speeded up voice of the Frodis)
  • Micky navigating: #7, #39 and #42
  • Micky is uncoordinated: #13 (tells Ronnie he has a trick knee) and #14 (tells Peter he has a hang up with his hands and feet)
  • Micky as a sheik: #30 and #49
  • Micky tries to work an electronic gaget with bad results: #2 (tries to contact someone by using the mansion phone's microphones to be a receiver for the radio but contacted a sea captain who only knew "yes I do" in English) and #11 (tries to record a phone conversation of Fuselli's but ends up recording over his voice over it while rewinding the tape)
  • Micky sliding down the spiral staircase: #3, #5 and #9
  • Micky wearing a tablecloth like a poncho: #34, #35, #38, #47 and #52
  • Micky doing science experiments: #2 (knock out pills), #18 (reversing Dr. Mandoza's spell) and #47 (a chemistry set concoction gave him uncontrollable spells to strangle someone)
  • Micky wearing his thick framed glasses: #21, #27, #30 and #34
  • Pulleys yank Micky into the wall: #17 and #38
  • Micky wears Converse shoes: #39, #41, #42, #43, #45, #46, #47, #48, #50 and #51

    Monkees gags
  • The Monkees take a poll: #9, #22 and #29
  • The Monkees mess up someone's office with paper: #14 and #19
  • A Monkee has his hair parted on the wrong side due to a fliped film negative: #17 and #21
  • A Monkee punches someone: #20 and #35
  • A Monkee digging it: #3 (Peter digging his last name), #33 (Davy digging 50 cents for parking), #38 (Micky saying Brenda digs muscles) and #51 (Peter digging Micky's toes)
  • The Monkees racing downstairs and coming to a full and complete stop: #2, #30 and #40
  • A Monkee has a secret ("Secret, secret- I've got a secret"): #5 (secret microfilm), #26 (Importance of secrecy to the C. I. S., Dragonman's secret spy organization and The Doomsday Bug's secret formula), #44 (Micky's secret to get off the plank) and #54 (secret microfilm and secret apple)
  • A Monkee mentioning a body part: #2 (using fingers for making decisions), #3 (Daggert's heart), #11 (Fuselli's fist in his hand and using fingers for making a decision), #13 (Micky's knee), #14 (Micky's feet & hands), #15 (Peter's fingers), #17 Micky's knees & thighs, #19 ( all kids in the country's hair), #20 (Davy's right & left hand and Scholto's heart & lungs), #23 (long hair weirdos' hair), #24 (long hair weirdos' hair and Peter's foot), #25 (Micky's face), #26 (long hair weirdos' hair), #27 (Micky's arms), #28 (using fingers for making decisions), #29 (using fingers for making decisions and Micky's arms & legs), #30 (long hair weirdos' hair), #34 (long hair weirdos' hair), #35 (Davy and Collette's eyes, nose, lips & hair and Mike's ears & shoulder), #38 (Micky's muscles), #39 (Mike's nose), #41 (Peter's face & long hair weirdos' hair), #43 (Mike's mouth), #44 (long hair weirdos' hair), #45 (Men with prices on their heads), #47 (Micky's hand), #48 (long hair weirdos' hair), #49 (Micky's feet, muscles & shoulders and Chief's foot), #50 (Mike's neck), #51 (Micky's toe & feet, Manager's heart, Mike, Davy and Peter's heads and long hair weirdos' hair), #52 (using fingers for making decisions & the Devil's hand), #53 (Crumpett's mouth and Baron's foot), #55 (Peter's spine & long hair weirdos' hair) and #57 (Peter's mouth)
  • A Monkee puts his hand up to strike someone then is stopped: #13 (Mike wanted to hit Ronnie), #22 (Micky wanted to hit a circus performer who hates rock and rollers), #42 (Davy wanted to hit Big Butch) and #56 (Davy wanted to hit Mr. Blavat several times)
  • A Monkee bumps into something: #2 (Peter bumps into Micky), #4 (Micky bumps into table #2 at the Vincent Van Gogh-Gogh), #30 (Mike, Peter and Micky run into each other while trying to attract April's attention), #37 (Micky bumps into Peter's door painting), #47 (Peter bumps into store display), #50 (Micky bumps into the pad's wall), #54 (Micky and Davy bump into each other while on motorcycles), #55 (Micky, Mike, Davy and Peter bump into the couch & the wall twice like the butler) and #56 (Mike bumps into the beaded curtain at the restaurant)
  • A Monkee dressed in drag: #2 (Davy as an old lady), #3 (Davy, Peter and Micky as mothers), #9 (Micky as Mrs. Arcadian), #13 (Davy as Ronnie's mother), #14 (Micky and Peter as female dance students), #30 (Micky as Mrs. Ardadian), #34 (Micky as Micky's Mother), #39 (Micky as Ella Mae), #40 (Micky as Mrs. Arcadian), #48 (Davy as Gretel & Little Red Riding Hood and Micky as Goldilocks) and #56 (Davy as Miss Jones)
  • A Monkee has a double: #21 (Prince Ludlow and Davy), #25 (Micky and Babyface Morales), #39 (Micky & Roland Weskitt and Mike & Clem Weskitt), #41(Peter and Alexi), #48 (Mike and Princess Gwen) and #49 (Micky and Robby The Robot)
  • The Monkees tied up: #4, #16, #18, #27, #31, #33, #37, #41, #50, #51, #55 and #58
  • A Monkee blowing up a safe but instead blowing up a desk: #11 (Micky), #16 (Davy) and #25 (Mike)
  • The Monkees misidentify themselves in the end tag: #48 and #51
  • A Monkee looks through the peep hole in the pad's door before answering the door: #1, #9, #24, #34
  • A Monkee uses one hand over the other hand on an item until they reach the top: #37 (a paint brush), #40 (a spear), #44 (a rope) and #45 (a rifle)
    (Note: In #40, you may notice that Micky gets cut by the spear and wears a band-aid during parts of the episode)
  • The Monkees speak in unison: #7 ("That's show business"), #16 ("HELP") #37 ("That means they switched the paintings'), #43 ("I guess that tears it"), #46 ("POLICE") and #51 ("That's show business")
  • The Monkees on a playground swing: #3 and #17
  • The Monkees cheer one of their own: #1, #11, #32, #37, #45, #55 and #58
  • The Monkees sliding down a playground slide: #3 and #17
  • A Monkee is interrogated by the police: #11, #26, #34 and #46
  • The Monkees being made fun of: #4 (by the 4 Swine), #13 (by Ronnie) and #42 (by Butch and Peter's chick)
  • A shirtless Monkee: #1 (Davy), #3 (Davy, Mike, Micky and Peter), #4 (Davy, Mike, Micky and Peter), #6 (Davy), #8 (Davy and Micky), #10 (Davy, Mike, Micky and Peter), #20 (Davy), #24 (Micky and Peter), #27 (Mike), #31 (Davy, Mike, Micky and Peter), #32 (Davy), #38 (Micky), #40 (Davy), #49 (MIcky), #52 (Davy) and #54 (Davy, Peter and Micky)
  • A Monkee gets spahgetti dumped on him: #6 (Mike), #11 (Mike) and #51 (Micky)
  • The Monkees playing cards: #6, #10, #19, #24, #45 and #58
  • A Monkee refered to as a city slicker: #8 (Mike, Davy, Peter and Micky) and #39 (Davy)
  • A Monkee watching TV: #15 (Davy watching "Iron Horse"), #18 (Mike, Micky, Peter and Davy watching TV in order to relax), #20 (Mike, Micky & Peter watching Davy's fight and Peter watching the news), #29 (Davy, Micky, Peter and Mike watch Dr, Sisters), #40 (Thursday watching "The Monkees") and #58 (Peter watching the pulsating eye)
  • A Monkee needs dental work: #18 (Peter crying over a temporary crown the dentist put into his mouth) and #28 (Mike complains of a loose molar to the 2 bookies)
  • The Monkees actually appear on TV: #15 (Ted Hack’s Amateur Hour) and #23 (The Monkees Menagerie)
  • The Monkees are seen actually playing their own instruments in the pad: #15 and #55
  • A Monkee sings a TV theme song (Note: aside from "ours, I hope"): #22 (Micky sings the theme to his own 1950's show “Circus Boy”) and #40 (Mike sings the theme from “Jungle Jim”)
  • The Monkees actually sing a bit of "The Monkees" theme song: #18, #40, #48, #50 and #51
  • A Monkee disliking a character's behavior: #13 (Ronnie Farnsworth), #26 (Dragonman) and #35 (the guard)
  • A Monkee pretending to be hurt: #4 (Davy when Trump frees him from the cement), #8 (Davy when Micky pokes him with a riding crop), #11 (Davy pretends to be hurt in the jaw after Fusselli pushes him around), #14 (Mike when he opens Peter's long contract pretending it hurt his foot), #20 (Peter pretends to be Davy's last bandage up opponient), #24 (Mike when he throws a rock supposably near his foot), #27 (Davy after Toto's insults), #42 (Micky pretends to be hurt after the girl hits him in the mouth and Micky pretends to be hurt while attempting to karate chop a table) and #47 (Davy after Micky pretends to strangle him because of Micky's uncontrolable spells and Davy after Melvin's insults about Christmas)
  • The Monkees huddle in discussion over something: #4, #5, #7, #14, #16, #31, #33, #38, #39, #51 and #54
  • The Monkees pacing around with one hand on the person’s shoulder ahead of them: #7, #11, #34 and #57
  • The Monkees carries an unlit cigar: #7, #12, #13, #34, #36, #46, #49 and #51
  • The Monkees start fighting on the side of the villains during the romp, as well as fighting against them: #33 and #45
  • A Monkee being commended by his fellow Monkees for his dramatic acting: #16 (Micky, Davy and Peter compliment Mike when he breaks down and agrees to help the gypsies), #18 (Micky, Davy and Peter compliment Mike on how he asked Dr. Mandoza for $200 to tutor the monster), #39 (Davy asks Micky and Mike if he was dramatic enough when they discover Davy is not a bag of seeds) and #57 (Mike and Davy compliment Micky on how he said to Oraculo "You freaked Peter's mind")
  • A Monkee imitating a facial expression in a piece of art: #21 (Micky and Peter) and #24 (Peter)
  • The Monkees jumping around a fountain: #2, #9, #13, #24, #30 and #33
  • A Monkee gets hat knocked off his head: #35 (Micky) and #41 (Davy)
  • A Monkee blinded by a camera's flashbulb: #15 (Micky, Mike and Peter), #20 (Davy) and #26 (Mike, Peter and Davy)
  • A Monkee as the good guy in white: #7(Mike), #31 (Davy) and #33 (Micky)
  • A Monkee being squirted with seltzer water: #23 (Mike, Micky, Peter and Davy), #28 (Mike) and #49 (Micky/ Robby The Robot)
  • A Monkee getting hit over the head: #5 (Peter getting hit with a tablet from an autograph seeking boy but Peter's hands are in cement), #15 (Mike hitting Davy during courtroom trial with gavel) and #26 (Micky getting hit with a mallet when Toto abducts him)
  • The Monkees as doctors: #17, #22, #28 and #30
  • The Monkees as escaped convicts: #10, #11 and #57
  • The Monkees talking turkey: #12 and #28
  • A Monkee is shy around girls: #13 (Peter) and #21 (Prince Ludlow/ Davy)
  • A Monkee as a lion tamer: #3 (Micky), #12 (Micky), #22 (Micky/ Clyde Greedy) and #41 (Peter)
  • The Monkees pitching hay: #3 and #8
  • The Monkees as construction workers: #3, #8 and #40
  • In #1, the number of signs Peter posts while digging a hole: 3 ("Hole Started", "Half A Hole" and "Whole Hole")
  • In #2, the number of times someone does a freight reaction: 14
  • In #2, the number of books Harris Kingsley has written: 10 (12 Walking Tours Through the Sahara, Beverly Hills On 5 Shillings A Day, Who's Who On Ellis Island, Utica: City On The Move, Dining Out In Greenland, Picnic Spots On The Ganges, Philadelphia: Where To Find It, Akron: The City Behind The Myth, A Teenager's Guide To Tiajuana and South Dakota: Fact Or Fiction)
  • In #3, the number of things DJ61 gets wrong about Peter: 7 (name, address, occupation, his sex, his mother's sex, brother's name and what he does in his spare time)
  • In #3, the number of things DJ61 gets wrong about Mike: 4 (name, occupation, sex and who his parents are)
  • In #3, the number of times Daggert is kicked in the knee: 3
  • In #4, the number of stunts Trump did to get the guys publcity: 3 (having their shirts ripped off by fans a the local discotheque, their hands in cement in front of the Chinese theater like all the big stars and a phony kidnapping)
  • In #5, the number of times it takes to get a spy confession: 4
  • In #6, the number of times the telegram guy comes looking for payment and signature: 3
  • In #7, the number of times Lenny's famous line "you guys ain't going no where" is said: 4
  • In #8, the number of times Mr. Babbitt knocks on the pad's door: 3
  • In #9, the number of places Mrs. Arcadian asks Vandenburg if he has been there: 3
  • In #10, the number of times Davy says "you must be joking": 2
  • In #11, the number of times a Monkee is slapped: 4
  • In #12, The number of calls Mike makes on the pay phone: 4 (Micky at the Pad, his mother, a man he met on the bus 5 years earlier and Micky at the Pad again)
  • In #13, the number of tic-tac-dough games Mike and Davy play: 8
  • In #14, the number of dances Davy teaches Mike, Micky and Peter during "I'll Be Back Upon My Feet": 5
  • In #15, the number of girls that Mike, Micky and Peter throw out of the Pad: 5
  • In #15, the number of times someone says "I myself am deeply jealous": 2
  • In #16, the number of ways Mike and Micky try to distract the guards: 4
  • In #17, the number of comic book super hero references: 3 (Captain Marvel, Batman and Superman)
  • In #18, the number of times someone does a freight reaction: 6
  • In #19, the number of bands the guys use to try to audition for Benson: 4
  • In #19, the number of coats Benson has ripped: 3
  • In #20, the number of times Davy gets knocked out: 4
  • In #20, the number of times Sholto's name is mispronounced: 3
  • In #21, the number of times Mike stops Davy from leaving by pushing him down into the throne chair: 3
  • In #21, the number of times the Courtier breaks his cane: 4
  • iN #22, the number of times Micky sings a bit of the "Circus Boy" theme: 3
  • In #23, the number of silly nonsense words seen during "Frogman and Reuban The Tadpole": 5
  • In #24, the number of times "Theme From The Monkees" is heard after someone says "Typical Young People Of The Year": 3
  • In #24, the number of times Micky and Mike silently repeat "Rob Roy Fingerhead": 3
  • In #25, the number of times Micky/ Babyface says "cool it baby, my porcelin crowns": 2
  • In #26, the number of times Dragonman uses his gong: 4
  • In #27, the number of times Milly gets Mike and Micky's names mixed up: 2
  • In #28, the number off times the bed comes out of the wall: 5
  • In #29, the number of times someone says "do fish swim": 4
  • In #30, the number of clothing items packed by Baker then unpacked by the guys: 5
  • In #31, the number of clips that shows Davy's character: 8
  • In #32, the number of bands Mike thanks at the end of the episode: 4 (The Lovin' Spoonful, The Mamas And Papas, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles)
  • In #33, the number of times the bell rings at hign noon: 11
  • In #34, the number of witnesses who take the stand: 3
  • In #35, the number of times Micky knocks Mike's hat off: 3
  • In #36, the number of neighbors who take up temporary residence at the pad: 3
  • In #37, the number of times someone pretends to be a piece of art: 6
  • In #38, the number of times Brenda repeats things: 8 ("Yeah intelligence", "Yeah before", "Yeah biceps", "Yeah stronger", "Yeah bigger", "Yeah paint", "Yeah nothing" and "Yeah reading")
  • In #39, the number of times Paw spits on the floor: 3
  • In #40, the number of times Kimba says "Who writes this stuff?": 3
  • In #41, the number of times Davy knocks Micky's hat off: 3
  • In #42, the number of times The Loyal Order Of Chickens "bawk, bwak": 6
  • In #43, the number of disguises Mike and Micky use to get to save Peter: 3 (lifeguards, policeman and fireman)
  • In #44, the number of times Davy mentions the "bleeding bell": 2
  • In #45, the number of times Mike is mistaken about his name: 2 In #46, the number of times Mike says "and now you cut back to us": 4
  • In #46, the number of outtakes Micky and Mike do: 4
  • In #47, the number of things the guys did to entertain Melvin: 3 (playing games, going shopping and lessons on Christmas)
  • In #48, the number of times the back of Peter, Peasant Of Tork, is walked/stepped on: 6
  • In #48, the number of times "magic locket" is sung: 5
  • In #48, the number of times Mike, as Princess Gwen, puts his finger under his chin: 6
  • In #49, the number of times Pat waves his stick in the air: 6
  • In #50, the number of times flashcuts of images of vampires are inserted inbetween scenes each time the word "vampire" is mentioned: 6.
  • In #50, the number of times flashcuts of images of vampires are inserted inbetween scenes each time Peter mentions the word "face": 3
  • In #51, the number of things you can use on Micky to get him to talk: 4 (psychology, tickle with a feather, teach him how to speak, and use of a gong)
  • In #52, the number of times the word 'hell" is bleeped: 3
  • In #53, the number of times T. N. Crumpets is gaged: 4
  • In #54, the number of times someone mentions getting a nice, tight close up on the monkey: 4
  • In #55, the number of times Mr. Friar faints: 5
  • In #56, the number of times Davy tries to hit Mr. Blavat: 3
  • In #57, the number of times Oraculo is described as having "dishonesty, cowardness and a genuine lack of scruples"
  • In #57, the number of times Oraculo's monocle falls from his right eye: 7
  • In #58, the number of places Mike, Micky and Davy go look for help: 3

    Costumes
  • Scubadivers: #2 and #9
  • A baret hat: #11, #23, #29 and #31
  • A fake mustache: #6, #8, #11, #13, #23, #29 and #31
  • Tuxedos: #4, #14, #23, #27 and #30
  • A black cape: #2, #3, #13, #12, #19, #26 #32, #38, #47, #50 and #57
  • The suit of malle: #48, #55 and #56
  • Lab coats: #4, #18, #35, #36, #37 and #53
  • Leopard skin outfit: #9, #13, #14 and #40
  • Matadors: #8 and #23
  • Black sweater, gloves and pants: #37 and #58
  • White outfits: #44, #48 and #55
  • The Monkees wear grey businesss suits throughout the entire episode: #1 and #30
  • "Parks Department" overalls: #13 and #42
  • A blue smoking jacket: #29 and #57
  • Surgery scrubs: #17, #22, #28 and #30
  • Vaudevillian garb: #5, #15, #35, #43 and #46
  • Waiters: #11, #27 and #42
  • Beachwear: #1, #6, #10, #11, #31, #38 and #49
  • Gypsies: #16, #19 and #57
  • A white carnation on a suit lapel: #11 and #46
  • The 8-Button shirts: #2, #3, #4, #5, #7, #12, #13, #15, #17, #19, #21, #22, #27, #28, #29, #32, #33, #39, #41, #42 and #57
  • Foreign Legionnaires: #4 and #7
  • A sheepskin vest: #5, #33 and #52
  • The Monkees in cowboy hats: #21, #30, #31, #33, #35, #36, #40 and #49
  • The Monkees being a chicken: #41, #42 and #50
  • The Monkees as a four-piece string quartet: #24 and #29
  • Monkeemen: #12, #26 and #38

    Spoofs
  • Use of Bill Cosby-like euphemisms: #20 ("Haber reeber sacken rober soaken raber seeken rober"), #33 (Micky's nonsense gibberish at the start of "What Am I Doing Hangin' Round") and #51 (Peter's nonsense gibberish at the very end of the end tag)
  • Answering services: #2 (John Cunningham's answering service is contacted during the seance), #4 (Mike reaches the Grensky & Genorra Kidnappers answering service when looking for the kidnappers), #28 (the Monkees get jobs at Urgent Answering Service), #41 (Micky reaches a disconnected wall's answering service while trying to hear what is being said in the next room) and #57 (Oraculo's contacts Peter's answering service while trying to contact Peter)
  • Children’s fairy tales: #1 (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs), #16 (Little Red Riding Hood), #23 (The Three Little Pigs, Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs, Little Red Riding Hood and Runpunzel), #26 (Little Red Riding Hood), #46 (Jack And The Beanstalk), #48 (Runpunzel, Little Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks & The 3 Bears and Hansel & Gretel) and #56 (Cinderella)
  • The CIA: #5 (The CIS attempts to apprehend Boris and Madame) and #26 (The CIS need ask the guys to help them track down Asian spy ring)
  • Westerns: #7 (music cues from "Gunsmoke" & "Lone Ranger", the use of the calvary, the character of Chester answering a phone similar to "Gunsmoke" and Black Bart/ Slade and Kincade parody by Mike and Davy), #10 (The guys play cards as mavericks), #30 (Micky signals noon wearing gun holster with parody on title "High Noon"), #31 (Black Bart/ Slade and Kincade parody by Mike and Davy), #33 (doing an duel at noon like in the film "Hign Noon"), #39 (Music cues from "Bonaza", "The Lone Ranger", "The Big Valley" and "Gunsmoke"), #40 (Davy notes the "Lone Ranger" used a small set like this episode does) and #45 (Micky disquises himself in a parody of the Lone Stranger with Peter as his Indiam companion Pronto)
  • The “US Farm Report” show: #22 (Mike runs off some stockmarket like numbers) and #32 (Mike runs off some stockmarket like numbers)
  • “Batman” TV show: #1 (the red phone is under a glass cake cover like the Bat phone the Police Comissioner's office), #3 (the red phone is under a glass cake cover like the Bat phone the Police Comissioner's office), #4 (use of awkward framing shots), #13 (the red phone is under a glass cake cover like the Bat phone the Police Comissioner's office), #14 (the red phone is under a glass cake cover like the Bat phone the Police Comissioner's office), #15 (the red phone is under a glass cake cover like the Bat phone the Police Comissioner's office), #17 (Micky asks for a Bathook), #23 (Parody Frogman & Reuban The Tadpole, uses nonsense words to describe action and crooked angles used during action sequences), #48 (Micky calling out silly nonsense words) #49 (Robby The Robot/ Micky under the hot light uses a crooked angle) and #57 (actor Burgess Meredith in his Penguin costume seen at the club)
  • "My Fair Lady" movie: #9 (Davy and Peter try to teach Mrs. Weefers etiquette) and #18 ("By George I think you done it" after Micky gets the Monkees musical ability back to them)
  • “The Lone Ranger” TV show: #7 (music cue used), #16 (when Micky and Mike do their robbery act Mike asks "Who is this mask man anyway?"), #40 (Davy notes the "Lone Ranger" used a small set like this episode does) and #45 (Micky disguises in parody the Lone Stranger)
  • “Get Smart” TV show: #5 (The Chief asking for "Schwartz, Harold B."), #29 (Mike uses a shoe phone), #30 (Buntz says "Good thinking chief") and #46 (Micky says "Good thinking" after Peter tells how they can't win with the numbers he's chosen)
  • “Mission Impossible” TV show: #26 (Peter getting instructions in his fortune cookie) and #37 (returning the painting called "Mission Ridiculous")
  • “What’s My Line” TV show: #23 (Parody "What's My Scene") and #30 (Davy mentions he watches "What's My Line" a lot)
  • Tarzan: #9 (Tarzan scoops up a girl during party and Peter tries to do the same thing but landing in a fountain), #13 (The Monkees wear leopard skins and hold small switchblades when they decide to attack Ronnie), #14 (Micky and Peter demostrate one of the latest dances while wearing a leopard skins and grunting), #40 (The guys encounter Kimba and wear leopard skins during "Daydream Believer") and #57 (While trying to reverse Oraculo's spell the guys change into leopard skins)
  • Hamlet: #2 (Davy mentions the story line is like the last act of Hamlet), #13 (Peter tries to explain Hamlet to Valerie) and #29 (Mike quotes a line from Hamlet)
  • Episode titles taken from a name of a book: #21 (The Prince And The Pauper by Mark Twain), #41 (The Red Shoes by Hans Christian Anderson), #43 (A Phoenix Too Frequent by Christopher Fry), #51 (The Monkey's Paw by William Wymark Jacobs) and #52 (The Devil And Daniel Webster by Stephen Vincent Benet)
  • Episode titles taken from the name of a movie: #5 ("The Spy Who Came In From The Cold"), #15 ("Too Many Girls"), #18 ("I Was A Teenage Werewolf"), #42 ("The Wild Bunch"), #52 ("The Devil And Daniel Webster") and #56 ("Some Like It Hot")
  • Episode titles taken from a popular saying: #2 ("monkey see monkey do"), #8 ("don't look a gift horse in the mouth"), #33 ("It's a nice place to visit but I don't want to live there"), and #37 ("art for art's sake")

    Story Themes
  • A sceance: #2 and #43
  • Art: #29 and #37
  • Ballet: #29 and #41
  • A kidnapping: #4, #26, #17, #35, #39, #41, #49 and 51
  • A Monkee as a hostage: #16 and #41 Trying to achieve super stardom: #4, #12, #19, #21, #30, #31, #34, #51, #56 and #57
  • A band contest: #4, and #56
  • Helping the C.I. S.: #5 and #26
  • A Monkee getting a job: #3 (a toy factory), #11 (Pop's Restaurant), #14 (Renaldyo's Dance Au Go-Go), #28 (Urgent Answering Service), #42 (Henry Cabot Lodge), #44 (on a schooner) and #51 (The Club Cassandra)
  • The mob: #5, #11, #45 and #46
  • Parties held in the Monkees' pad: #4, #9 and #27
  • Being conned: #12, #38, #43 and #57
  • Sports: #20 (boxing), #42 (car racing) and #53 (car racing)
  • Rent problems: #2, #3 and #27
  • A Courtroom trial: #15, #34 and #43
  • Espionage: #5, #17, #26 and #54
  • Horror movie/occult: #18 and #50
  • Monkeys like bananas: #4 (a member of the 4 Swine gives Micky a banana), #9 (Micky eats a banana while decorating) and #35 (Micky and Peter discreatly get rid of banana peels under the table)
  • A Monkee is left in the will of an eccentric millionaire: #2 and #55
  • Helping somebody out of a jam: #3 (helping Pop get his job back), #8 (help Jonathan find a way to keep his horse), #11 (help get back Pop’s restaurant from Fusselli), #17 (help save Professor Schnitzler), #22 (helping Pop’s Circus from going bankrupt), #25 (helping the police get Babyface’s gang), #27 (helping Milly find a husband), #36 (help their neighbors from being evicted), #30 (help Baker keep his room and get financing for Baker’s play), #39 (help Judd marry Ella Mae and end the feud), #41 (help Natasha stay in America) and #43 (help Mrs. Weatherspoon protect her money)
  • Monkee/monster transplants: #18 and #50
  • Getting a lucky charm: #16 (Mike, Micky, Peter & Davy get a boar's tooth from the gypsies and Peter gives Marco a jar of salt) and #51 (Micky buying the Monkee's Paw from Mendrick)
  • The art of fortune telling through tea leaf reading: #15 and #16

    “The Monkees” TV show gags
  • Something also used in "Head": #1 (the Userper throne), #2 (Davy in drag), #3 (someone walking along the beach, Davy in drag and a shirtless Micky), #4 (a desert set, a Western set, the Monkees being made fun of, the guys perform live and a shirtless Micky), #5 (a sheepskin vest and a stage), #6 (someone walking along the beach and a shirtless Micky), #7 (a desert set, a Western set, someone jailed, a stage set and the guys perform live), #8 (a shirtless Micky), #9 (the guys perform live), #10 (someone walking along the beach, the guys perform live and a shirtless Micky), #11 (a stage set), #12 (a stage set), #13 (the guys being made fun of, Davy in drag and the guys perform live), #15 (Davy dancing with a partner), #16 (a cannon used and the guys perform live), #17 (actor Vito Scotti as Dr. Marcovich and I, Vitteloni in "Head"), #18 (a stage set), #19 (the guys perform live), #20 (Davy boxing), #21 (the Userper throne, someone jailed and a dungeon set), #24 (a shirtless Micky), #26 (a cannon used), #27 (the guys perform live), #31 (a shirtless Micky), #32 (the guys perform live), #33 (a Western set, a stage set and a sheepskin vest), #34 (someone jailed and a dungeon set), #35 (the guys perform live, a Monkee punches someone, harem girls and actor William Conrad as Curad & the black sheik in "Head'), #38 (a shirtless Micky), #39 (a Western set), #42 (the guys being made fun of), #43 (the Userper throne), #45 (the Monkees being made from of), #46 (a stage set), #46 ("you broke the bank"), #48 (Davy in drag), #49 (a shirtless Micky), #50 (a dungeon set), #51 (a stage set), #52 (the Userper throne and a sheepskin vest), #54 (a four kissed by a girl, complaints about the storylines and a shirtless Micky), #55 (the guys perform live), #56 (Davy in drag and the guys perform live) and #57 (the guys perform live and musician Frank Zappa as hinself & the critic in "Head")
  • Various versions of the traditional song "Swanee River": #5, #17, #45 and #54
  • Use of the Robert Evans New Year's Eve toast song "Auld Lang Syne": #45 and #56
  • A Monkees romp is set to classical music: #4, #41 and #54
  • Use of the literal meaning of a popular well known expression: #4 ("you're a shoe-in"), #7 ("keep them on ice"), #9 ("so hungry I could eat a horse"), #11 ("suggestions from the floor" and "the minutes of the meeting"), #12 ("talk turkey"), #15 ("don't cry over spilt milk"), #17 ("cut cards"), #24 ("what have we got to lose- our shirts"), #31 ("draw straws"), #34 ("talk turkey", "throw the book at you", "the 3rd degree" and "spill the beans"), #36 ("toss my hat into the ring" and "blow this town wide open"), #40 ("expose you to the aunts", "bamboo under the nails", "boil in polyunsaturated oil" and "a severe tounge lashing"), #42 ("a monkey on your back"), #45 ("people with prices over their heads"), #46 ("you broke the bank"), #49 ("wouldn't want to get caught without my shirt on" & "interoffice mail"), #51 ("put our heads together") and #52 ("the defense rests")
  • A Monkees episode features classical music: #5 ("#5 Symphony in B flat major" by Ludwig Van Beethoven), #20 ("Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring" by Johann Sebastion Bach), #21 ("The Wedding March" by Richard Wagner), #30 ("The Wedding March" by Richard Wagner), #35 ("War Of 1812 Overture" by Pytor Illyich Tchaikovsky), #41 ("Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, Op. 36 - Finale: Allegro con fuoco" by Pytor Illyich Tchaikovsky) and #54 ("The Ride Of The Valkyries" by Richard Wagner, "Toccata And Fugue in D minor" by Johann Sebastian Bach and "War Of 1812 Overture" by Pytor Illyich Tchaikovsky)
  • A Monkees romp features sword fighting: #1, #8, #44 and #48
  • Some place that is scary: #2 (Cunningham Manor), #18 (Dr. Mandoza's house), #52 (The Count's castle) and #52 (Hell)
  • A scared fright reaction: #2, #14, #15, #16, #33, #34, #37, #39, #41, #43, #44, #47, #50 and #54
  • Answering a question to win a prize: #14 (who was the 8th President of the United States) and #29 (what do you like in a man to do that you find the most interesting)
  • A “hello” scale: #35, #51 and #56
  • On Screen Captions: #1 ("Everybody does it", "We can't go on meeting like this" and "It always worked for Erroll Flynn"), #2 ("Did General Sarnoff really start like this?"and "Fast, fast relief"), #3 ("The face of a genius?", "Can you believe this?", "Will he lose his temper?", "Possessive mother", "Send this boy to camp!" and "You can't fool a Monkee"), #4 ("First topless customer", "Cassius Clay watch out" and "6:40 Central time"), #5 ("They've got to be kidding", "C.I.S. Headquarters", "Micky's response" and "Somewhere in China"), #6 ("That lady was a lady!"), #7 ("Stay tuned for Micky's next idea"and "Bessie Who?"), #9 ("Our Producer"), #10 ("And now on with our story", "But inside all is not well", "A typical teenager", "No, a friend of the producer!" and "Suddendly trouble looms"), #45 ("Emmy Consideration"), #53 ("World's oldest flower child"), #55 ("In the sticks call Hayseed 7-400") and #58 ("Freeze frame", "Prop" and "Typical Monkee romp")
  • Someone comes into the pad without knocking: #4 (George and Horace), #6 (a neighbor looking for something to eat, the restaurant cook, the ice cream man and the telegram man), #15 (the girls in the beginning tag), #19 (Hubbell Benson, Miss Chumsky, The Jolly Green Giants, The Four Martians and The Foreign Agents), #21 (a female reporter), #25 (Tony and Vince), #26 (Toto and Chang), #27 (Milly, Merton & Lewis and Judy's kids), #35 (King Hassar's men), #36 (Zeckenbush), #38 (Shah-Ku), #43 (Henry, Boris and rs. Weatherspoon), #51 (the club manager), #52 (The Devil), #54 (Artie, the guest villian) and #57 (Oraculo)
  • The sound of gunfire is misidentified as a car backfiring: #2, and #40
  • Dialing a phone without looking at the numbers: #4, #8, #12, #21, #28, #38, #50, #55, #57 and #58
  • A commercial parody: #9 (Mr. Clean) and #29 (Arm And Hammer Soap)
  • Chossing fingers for a decision: #2 (stand guard while the others sleep), #11(somebody to go get the Inspector), #14 (who will dance with the new applicants), #28 (who will take the first shift), #29 (who will get April's affection all to himself) and #52 (who will interrogate Billy The Kid)
  • All the action takes place inside the Pad: #27 and #43
  • A gutair case being mistaken to have a gun inside of it: #11 and #25
  • Someone can't tell one Monkee from another: #26 (Toto) and #39 (Ella Mae)
  • Someone getting hung up: #10 (Vanessa) and #29 (April)
  • A member of the crew is seen: #14 (the "writers"), #30 (make-up artist Keeva Johnson), #32 (director Jim Frawley), #47 (various members of the crews say hello to their families), #52 (the cameraman), #53 (Executive Producer Bob Rafelson) and #55 (Property Manager Jack Williams)
  • Someone destroying an object: #34 (Liberace destroys a grand piano) and #57 (Frank Zappa destroys a car)
  • Someone being called "dirty": #44 (The Captain called a dirty Commie by Davy) and #49 (The Head Of The UFO Headquarters called a Space Alien by Peter)
  • A Monkees episode that features 4 songs sung by the Monkees: #5 ("The Kind Of Girl I Could Love", "All The Kings Horses", "Saturday's Child" and "I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone") and #54 ("Goin' Down", "Star Collector", "Don't Call On Me" and "Love Is Only Sleeping")
  • Someone misprouncing Mike's last name: #12 (Bernie Class) and #36 (Mayor Motley)
  • A film is mentioned: #2 (the voice in Cunningham manor mentions 2 characters from the movie "A Christmas Carol"), #3 (the quote "Bah Hunbug" from the movie "A Christmas Carol"), #5 (Micky mentions that they have seen every spy film ever made), #12 (Peter tells Mike "With A Song In My Heart" is playing at the theater and Joanie Jans latest movie "The Wolf Girl Meets The Vampire In The Old West"), #21 (Micky asks the guard if he has seen "Road To Morocco"), #31 (Philo mentions Lester Kramm's movie "Beach Blanket Honeymoon" and Lester Kramm's makes his new movie "I Married A Creature From Out Of Town"), #40 (Peter said that he hasn't seen a good picture since "Carnival Of Coasta Rica" and Davy asks Thursday if he saw him in a Stewart Granger movie), #47 (the quote "Bah Hunbug" from the movie "A Christmas Carol") and #51 (Mike mentions to the manager in reference to Micky's feet a parody of the movie title "Young Man With A Horn" and Peter mentions to the manager in reference to Micky's feet the fictional movie title "Flat Foot Floojy With A Floy-Floy")
  • "Double-guitar iris" scene transition: #1, #2, #4, #5, #8, #9, #11 and #13
  • Episode ending interviews: #1, #4, #7, #8, #16, #19, #25, #30, #31, #35, #48 and #55
  • Meetings at the pad: #1, #10, #11, #28, #42 and #49
  • Someone being booed: #3 (Daggert), #4 (The Four Swine), #5 (Boris and Madame Olinsky/ Honey and The Bear), #7 (Lenny), #29 (Peter) and #51 (The Monkees)
  • Someone requesting "Melancholy Baby": #19 (the phone operator) and #52 (rhe judge)
  • Somebody having car trouble: #7(The Monkeemobile runs out of gas), #33 (The Monkeemobile breaks down, needs a new motor and runs out of gas) and #53 (T. N. Crumpetts' #54 racing car engine needs work & to be tuned to a "B" using a tuning fork and The Klutzmobile's engine is taken apart & cannot be put back together very easily)
  • Outtakes from episodes: #46 (Micky and Mike trying to do a scene asking each other what is says on their buttons from #50 Monsterous Monkee Mash) and #51 (James Frawley trying to get the guys into camera position and making Hans Conreid/ Mendrick upset)
  • A superimposed yellow-orange light bulb over somebody’s head: #1(Archduke Otto), #5 (Micky) and #7 (Micky)
  • The villains go into a huddle and when they all look up, everyone except the leader, has been replaced by The Monkees: #33 and #35
  • A short cue of music when Mr. Babbitt comes into the Pad: #2, #8 and #9
  • Advertising a fictional product: #15 (Sdrowkcab) and #41 (Reebeers Seebers Brain washing detergent)
  • Someone mentions a Monkee's posture: #12 (Peter's mom about Mike) and #24 (Rob Boy about Peter)
  • Mr. Schneider Quotes: #6 ("It’s a shame to waste youth on children”), #9 ("No, I do not"), #26 ("It is better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all") and #38 (“Does hunger justify murder?”)
  • Monkees episodes to use voice-over narration: #4, #32, #37, #38, #45, #46, #48, #49, #52 and #57
  • Monkees episodes sponsored by Kelloggs©: #1, #3, #5, #7, #9, #11, #13, #15, #18, #20, #22, #24, #26, #28, #30, #31, #32, #33, #35, #37, #39, #41, #43, #45, #49, #51, #53, #55, #57 and #58
  • Monkees episodes sponsored by Yardley of London©: #2, #4, #6, #8, #10, #12, #14, #16, #17, #19, #21, #23, #25, #27, #29, #34, #36, #38, #40, #42, #44, #46, #47, #48, #50, #52, #54 and #56
  • Monkees episodes that has "The Drag Strip" commercial after the opening credits: #7, #9, #18, #20, #24, #28, #30, #33, #37, #43, #49, #51, #57 and #58
  • The Monkees show diverts from its normal sitcom format to diplay a more surreal, off-beat flair: #48, #49, #50, #51, #52 and #58
  • The breaking of the "4th wall": #4, #5, #7, #9, #11, #15, #19, #20, #21, #28, #29, #33, #39, #40, #41, #42, #45, #47, #48, #50, #53 and #55
  • "The Monkees" TV show is mentioned: #4, #9, #15, #31, #32, #33, #39, #40, #49, #50 and #52
  • Second season scripts leftover from the first season: #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #40, #49, #52 and #57
  • Davy addresses the audience: #5, #13, #15, #16, #38, #50, #55 and #56
  • Micky addresses the audience: #1, #5, #11, #13, #24, #29, #33 and #50
  • Mike addresses the audience: #8, #13, #28, #39, #42, #43, #46, #50 and #55
  • Peter addresses the audience: #4, #9, #11, #12 and #38
  • The Monkees address the audience: #7, #17, #18, #19, #34, #40, #47, #48, #51 and #53
  • The episode's script is mentioned: #14, #18, #29, #30, #39, #42, #49, #54, #56 and #58
  • Episodes missing one of the Monkees: #17 (Peter), #19 (Peter), #25 (Davy), #28 (Peter), #37 (Peter), #38 (Mike), #41 (Mike), #44 (Mike), #49 (Mike and Micky) and #58 (Peter)

    Food mentions
  • A Monkee making something uneatable: #8 (Peter's cream of root beer soup) and #38 (Micky's fried fermented goat milk curd with a dash of linseed oil made to a crisp golden green & scalloped mountain moss au gratin with a special peanut shell base)
  • Spahgetti: #6 (the guys serve Davy's grandfather a spahgetti dinner), #11 (the guys make spahgetti for the Syndicate's meeting), #36 (the guys prepare to eat a spahgetti dinner before their neighbors keep coming back to reclaim their items) and #51 (Micky wishes on the monkey's paw for a spahgetti dinner to feed all 4 of them)
  • Sandwiches: #1 (Mike eating a sandwich when Davy tells him about Bettina being in danger), #11 (the guys are eating a large sub in the beginning tag), #21 (Mike eats a sandwich when Davy/ Prince Ludlow is getting his fencing lesson), #30 (Mike tricks the waiter and gets sandwich fixings from room service) and #48 (Harold asks for sandwiches at Micky's Inn)
  • Hot dogs: #6 (The pad's neighbor finds some hot dogs to eat in the Pad's refrigerator), #38 (Peter and Shah-Ku get a hot dog from a vendor selling them on the corner) and #50 (Count Dracula lures the wolfman away from Peter with the "magical powers" of hot dogs and the wolfman says he loves hot dogs)
  • Milk: #8 (Micky realizes the milkman doesn't deliever to the Fisher farm when asked to milk the cow), #15 (Peter/ Pietro doing the magic trick of filling a hat with milk and no milk comes out when hat is tipped), #23 (Junior offers the guys milk), #40 (Thursday offers Micky cocconut milk when Micky can't get a cocconut open), #44 (Mike, Micky and Davy drink buttermilk to drown their sorrows after being fired from their gig), #45 (Peter/ Pronto asks for milk at the saloon) , #48 (Mike, Micky and Davy drink milk at Micky's Inn waiting to hear word on Peter) and #51 (Peter is seen doing the magic trick of filling a hat with milk and no milk comes out when hat is tipped)
  • Wine: #2 (Madame Roselle, Ralph and Kingsly celebrate sscaring Ellie away by drinking out of a wine decanter), #11 (Davy tries to get Fuselli's fingerprints by having him taste a glass of wine and the Syndicate uses red wine to toast), #25 (Babyface/ Micky takes a shot of wine just before leaving Babyface's gang), #33 (the guys drink wine in celebration for joining El Diablo's camp), #35 (the guys drink wine at the wedding receiption), #39 (Judd wants to make Davy a nice, dry English gin) and #45
  • Bagels and tea: #5 (Davy comments he would like to stay for bagels and tea), #42 (Davy's order during the meeting), #43 (Davy's order befroe he leaves the Pad) and #53 (Crumpetts serves bagels and tea after the guys fix his car)
  • Food is poisoned: #11 (Big Flora usually bring a dog to taste for poison), #21 (the chemist comments poison ain't french dressing) and #35 (A Nahurdian servent tests Peter's food for poison and that the food is a little rare)
  • Corn Flakes: #24 (Chic Magazine has Corn Flakes as its cereal of the month) #37 (Mike, Micky, Davy and Mr. Schneider are eating Corn Flakes for breakfast), #44 (Micky makes the comment that Peter likes katsup on everything including Corn Flakes) and #58 (Micky mention he got a chant from a Corn Flakes cereal box top)

    Miscellaneous things mentioned
  • The fictional Daily Chronicle newspaper: #19 and #21
  • A time period: #2 (Cunnigham Manor's foggy season), #4 (graphic: "7:40/ 6:40 Central" and Peter counting down the time left before 8), #8 (Tuesday morning and Tuesday morning feeling more like Monday night), #16 (the Monkees must get the gypsies the Vulture by Midnight), #30 (Micky signals "high" Noon), #33 (El Diablo has his duels at Noon and Micky wanted an extension to 12:15 due to traffic), #34 (Stage 2 at 1 and Stage 1 at 2), #44 (pier 3 at 6), #52 (The Devil comes to collect Peter's soul at 8 worried about the crosstown traffic and Peter's soul is supposed to be turned over at Midnight) and #58 (7:30/ 6:30 Central- time for "The Monkees")
  • The Boy Scouts: #7, #24, #39 and #43
  • Someone dies: #11 (The Syndicate) and #35 (Peter's food taster)
  • Seasickness: #19 (Peter), #44 (Mike) and #52 (Davy and Mike)
  • Medicare: #17 and #30
  • Green Giant: #19 and #36
  • Southeast Asia/ Vietnam War: #27 and #49
  • Animals: #2 (Mike hopes to strap a note to a pigeon and a St. Bernard), #3 (Davy riding a horse at the beach with kids), #6 (Davy goes for a walk on the beach before leaving and remebers horseback riding along the beach), #7 (tigers & camels during "Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day" and horses with the calvary), #8 (Davy is given a horse & a camel and the guys chase around a chicken at the farm), #12 (dogs during "Gonna Buy Me A Dog"), #24 (a chicken seen during "Laugh" romp), #29 (Mike mentions buying a dog, dog food and a cat), #30 (A rabbitt breeders convention at the Compton Plaza Hotel),#32 (Micky, Peter & Davy ride horses and Davy plays with a lonely swan), #34 (a chicken is seen flapping around whrn the policeman opens fire upon entering the Pad), #39 (Roland Weskitt/ Micky play a pig), #40 (a snake, a lion, an elephant and Kimba 's jungle friends- a kitten, a puppy, a rabbit & a chicken), #45 (Davy rides a horse to Aunt Kate's warning of a strike by Black Bart) #51 (psychologist's picture to him shows a bunny and a chicken) and #57 (dogs seen during Oraculo's famous dog act)
  • A candlelight supper at the pad: #6, #27 and #29
  • A Monkees sponsor product is seen or mentioned: #24 (Corn Flakes), #37 (Corn Flakes), #44 (Corn Flakes), #41 (Yardley Glimmerck Eye Paint), #48 (Yardley's Glimmerck Eye Paint) and #58 (Corn Flakes)
  • A vehicle other than the Monkeemobile is used: #7, #10, #45 and #54



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