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A new robot Mikayla is introduced to the show that the gang have trouble defeating. So, they decide to become animals by getting bit by Crinkly Wrinkly in order to defeat this new robot. Unfortunately, after the robot is defeated, they become stuck as animals and try to live as an animal, but things don't work out.
- Mikayla (debut)
- Crinkly Wrinkly
- Mr. Logic
- Darrell (mentioned)
- Mega Football Baby
- Lion Cat
- Rex Th' Bunny
- Dolph Finn
- Chameleon Jr.
- Pink Turtle
- Big Alligator
- Puck Reverie
- Baby Teeth
- Courtenay Taylor as K.O.
- Ian Jones-Quartey as Rad / Crinkly Wrinkly
- Ashly Burch as Enid / Baby Teeth
- Melissa Fahn as Mikayla / Dendy
- Melissa Villasenor as Mega Football Baby / Potato
- This is the second episode where the title starts with "We've Got." The first time was "We've Got Pests."
- This episode includes the song "Barkin' is a Form of Arf."
- In end of the episode where Potato shows KO, Enid and Rad the unnamed Human-based subculture, the subculture shows clear parallels to Real-Life Furry Fandom.
- Their Human costumes are loosely based off their 'Fursonas'.
- Their meetings are somewhat similar to 'Furry Meetups'.
- Some of the members of wishing to be human themselves like Potato, Mikayla and probably Chameleon Jr. could be a reference to a subgroup within fandom, such as the Furry Lifestylers.
- Despite Mega Football Baby being casted in the credits, he has no lines in this episode, but he can be heard gnawing while trying to bite KO when he suggests that getting bitten by a human will turn him, Rad, and Enid back into humans.
- While the gang prepares to fight against Mikayla in the Fantastic! Video store, a poster for a Power Rangers-esque movie appears in the background.
- This is the first episode in the series where Potato plays a major role.
- After cutting the fur off of K.O., Enid, and Rad, Mr. Logic's legs disappear for a split second.