The protest signs have small print saying "by Richard" (Goldwater), "by Gus" (Lemoine), and "by Jon" (D'Agostino). This cover ditches the Dan DeCarlo Mad Magazine border parody for a generic psychedelic-inspired border. Clyde Diddit also gets a name change (Did-It) and a makeover, sporting glasses and buckteeth.
Background store is named "Victor's Hippie Shop", likely a reference to Victor Gorelick.
A dual spoof of both "The Fugitive"-type TV shows and science-fiction TV shows.