A Public Service Announcement
Released April 25, 2004
After Jubal Hackensack gets out of the car he walks in front of it and steps up onto the sidewalk. In the next shot, he is walking past the same car.
Intentional: Arthur Pendergrass's pen appears and dissapears.
Incorrectly regarded as goofs: After the Music Stealer escapes from the agents, he runs off without his hat on. However, he is holding it. Presumably he puts it on between the time that he ran away and the next time we see him in the woods.
When the Music Stealer runs to the turnstile, you can see the shadows of both agents standing still before they walk on.
Arthur Pendergrass continually turns before the camera angle changes. This is a nod to the 'Mysteries in History' section of Men In Black II where the host (Peter Graves) does the same. The running joke culminates at the end when Pendergrass turns the wrong way.
The agents are named after the agents in Taking A Left, a TTT production that was never completed. They return here, Ted Stoltzfus reprising his role as Agent Phillips, Dave Casey playing Agent Murphy (taking over for the unavailable Justin Nissley). They even wear the same ties: Phillips has the straight black tie while Murphy is wearing a checked black tie.
According to the script, the music stealer's name was Jake and his friend's name was Ryan.
TTT Trademark: Dr Pepper. The Music Stealer is forced to do a Dr Pepper commercial as punishemnt for sharing music.