When Daggett wins a magic bowling ball through a stroke of luck, he discovers that he'll always hit a strike if he bowls with that bowling ball. In an attempt to gain maximum profits off of his new-found ability, he decides to enter a high stakes bowling tournament.
- Debut of Laverta Lutz.
- The 300 Series plaque inside the bowling alley has the following names: STATEMA, DILORETO, LESSA M, VITO, COHN M, and BUTTERCUP. Four of them are a reference to Angry Beavers crew members John R. Statema, Rosanna DiLoreto, Michael Lessa, and Vito Curcuru.
- Another crew member, Kimberly Goosen, was mentioned over the P.A. system.
- Camelot - The bowling alley, Camelot Lanes, is a reference to the legendary castle.
- Lady of the Lanes is a take on Lady of the Lake.
- Excalibur - The bowling ball, Excaliball, is a take on King Arthur's legendary sword.
- "The Hustle - A instrumental remix of the disco song is heard as the Beavers bowl against the Otto Brothers.
- "Disco Inferno" - A instrumental remix of a 70's song by The Trammps is also heard as the Beavers bowl against the Otto Brothers.
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- Nick Bakay as Norbert
- Richard Horvitz as Daggett
- Thomas F. Wilson as Otis Otto, Bowling Patron 2 (Credited as Tom Wilson)
- William Sanderson as Ditto Otto, Clerk
- Kate Donahue as Laverta Lutz
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