Babbit hypnotizes Catstello who refuses but fails and finds himself acting like Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Rochester, and then a chicken, and a dog. Babbit hypnotizes him back, but Castello decides to hypnotize both of them into a cowboy and a horse, so he can enjoy their house in peace.
- The WB shortened the scene of Babbit trying to hypnotize Catstello so the viewers couldn't see Babbit slapping Catstello in the face several times.
- Cartoon Network, Boomerang and The WB cut the scene of Babbit hypnotizing Catstello to act like Rochester receiving a telephone call from Jack Benny. Cartoon Network USA initially aired this short uncut in the early-to-mid-1990s. In the late-1990s, this scene was cut. During the 2009 New Year's Day Looney Toonormous Marathon, Cartoon Network USA aired this scene uncensored. Whether this was a mistake or a sign that their censors were allowing objectionable content isn't known.
- While this Rochester scene is usually censored on Cartoon Network/Boomerang USA, international Cartoon Network/Boomerang feeds keep this scene uncut.
- Much like Frank Tashlin's "Tale of Two Mice" (1945), in this cartoon both Babbit and Catstello are recast as mice wanting to get cheese while avoiding a cat, and has Catstello turning against Babbit in the end.
- Because the short credits Warner Bros. on Blue Ribbon re-release, the original closing title card was kept.
- Although the original titles exist, the Blue Ribbon reissue titles were restored on HBO Max instead.
- The audio of Catstello's Jimmy Durante impression is taken from "Swooner Crooner".