Eugene sets out to find a role for himself in the castle and decides to be a royal guard.
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- Zachary Levi as Eugene
- Mandy Moore as Rapunzel
- Eden Espinosa as Cassandra
- Julie Bowen as Queen Arianna
- Jeffrey Tambor as Big Nose
- Paul F. Tompkins as Shorty
- M. C. Gainey as Captain of the Guard
- Diedrich Bader as Stan the Guard
- Sean Hayes as Pete the Guard
- Fabio Tassone as The Real The Giovanni
- Artt Butler as Dale
- The title probably references the popular 1980-1988 detective series Magnum, P.I. starring Tom Selleck. A "P.I." is a "private investigator" or detective, as opposed to a member of an official law enforcement group.
- "Get the boot" can be used as a metaphor for getting kicked out or losing a job.
- The way Eugene said "okay, okay, can we cut to the "but" in this sentence?" to Cassandra during the episode is going to be the same way Eugene says "If there's a "but" in this speech, you probably wanna cut to it... right now." to King Frederic during the one hour special episode finale Secret of the Sun Drop.
- The way the Captain of the Guard searches his uniform for his whistle is the same way Varian searched his apron for his neutralizing particle during the episode What the Hair?! Also, it is going to be the same way The Baron will search his outfit for the anti-venom at the near end of the one hour special episode Beyond the Corona Walls.
- The way Eugene said "Oh, I do" to Rapunzel during the episode foreshadows the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge when Varian says "Oh, I do" to Rapunzel.
- The way The Real Giovanni is gagged and tied by Dale off screen during the episode is the same way Mother Gothel tied and gagged Rapunzel during the movie Tangled and it is going to be the same way Cassandra and Zhan Tiri tied and gagged Calliope off screen during the episode Race to the Spire.
- The way Cassandra chuckles at Eugene's expense after he breaks the King's vase is similar to how Lincoln chuckles after joking about his racing game in the Loud House episode Driving Miss Hazy.
- Contrary to the implication made by this episode, most monarchies do not have a single official "royal portrait." The idea was probably suggested by the fact that the United States does have a tradition of having an official portrait painted of each President; however, most monarchs have had more than one portrait done ever since portraiture of any kind has been produced — there are, for instance, well over a hundred portraits of Queen Elizabeth I in the National Portrait Gallery in London alone.
- The way Eugene says "Okay, okay" during the episode is the same way Raimundo said "Okay, okay" at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh.
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