This reveals that Lincoln was still 11 years old throughout Season 5.
As of this episode, Lincoln, Lana, Lola and Lisa are currently the only Loud siblings whose ages are confirmed to have gone up (Lana and Lola turned 7 in "Strife of the Party" and Lisa was confirmed to be 5 in "The Loudly Bones").
This is the first season premiere since "Left in the Dark" to not be a full-length episode, and the first since "11 Louds a Leapin'" to not have its title end with the suffix "-ed!"
This episode reveals that Lynn Sr., Leonard and all of Lincoln's friends are fans of David Steele as well.
It is also revealed that whenever a Loud male turns 12, their father would pass onto them a copy of the very first issue of David Steele.
According to Lisa, no invention of hers can withstand Lola's wrath.
Present Danger - The title of this episode is a reference to the expression "clear and present danger", which refers to a risk or threat to safety or other public interests that is serious and imminent.
You Only Gift Twice - The episode's original title is a reference to the 1967 James Bond film You Only Live Twice.
James Bond - The entire episode plays as a giant homage to this film series.
The way Lincoln introduces himself as David Steele is similar to the iconic opening sequence.
The character of David Steele is a reference to the titular character.
The character of Cue Stick is a reference to Q, James Bond's weapons expert.
Rusty's portrayal is a reference to Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the main antagonist of the franchise, who is most famous for stroking a cat in all of his appearances.
Each of the villains portrayed by Lincoln's friends are a reference to James Bond's villains: