Plot: To rescue Tuxedo Mask, Usagi meets with Kaolinite at Tokyo Tower.
“Ai no Senshi” was heard again as Usagi rode in Haruka’s car. The song was previously played in episode 68.
The name “Sasaki” was written on Cenicienta’s warranty. This is a reference to the episode’s director, Noriyo Sasaki.
After Sailor Moon saved her from Kaolinite’s attack, Sailor Uranus was seen with an elbow length glove on her right arm. It switched back to its usual length as Uranus reached for the wound on her left shoulder.
The footage for Supreme Thunder was taken from the R movie.
Eudial appeared for the first time, but she did not speak.
The Hensou Pen was last mentioned here. Luna said in episode 52 that only Usagi could use it, though.
Certain Kill Love-Me Moon Chain was only shown in this episode.
Cloverway’s English dub (titled “Birthday Blues” Part Two):
In the broadcast version, the driving scenes were flipped to make it seem as if Haruka was driving on the opposite (right) side of the road.
The television airing also included an English version of “Ai no Senshi.”
Plot: While traveling to the future with Chibiusa, Sailor Moon and the others encounter one of Esmeraude’s droids.
Sailor Planet Attack was used for the first time in the television series. It already appeared in the R movie, which was originally released in theaters on December 5, 1993.
This episode featured the last droid.
DiC’s English dub (titled “Future Shocked”):
Sailor Planet Attack was called “Sailor Planet Power” here.
The reason why Chibiusa/Rini knew that the droid wasn’t really her mother was changed. In the original, Ryuax mistakenly called the child “Rabbit” while disguised as Neo-Queen Serenity. This was the Black Moon Clan’s nickname for Chibiusa. Whereas in the English dub, the Genie of the Time Warp slipped up by referring to Rini as “Small Lady.” Rini stated that her mother would never call her that, though. In the Japanese version, “Small Lady” was part of Chibiusa’s actual given name.