"Morning, Big Jake!" "Well, good morning, Jay Jay. Oh, looks like somebody didn't get enough shut-eye." "Who, me? No way! Heh-heh, I got plenty of sleep, Big Jake! I did have a little dream that woke me up, but it was no big deal!" "Well...okay, if you say so. But if you wanna tell me more about that "little" dream of yours, I'll be in my hangar." "Thanks, Big Jake. But honest, it's no big deal!"
— Jay Jay and Big Jake
When Jay Jay has a bad dream, he is too scared to go to sleep and refuses to tell his friends why. He later turns to an adult for, which is how he'll feel better about doing something good when feeling bad.
This episode revolves around Jay Jay.
The song Jay Jay sings to himself to try and fall asleep is the first few notes of "Nobody Does Things Better Than Big Jake".
Snuffy is seen briefly in the Kids' Hangar scenes, but does not speak.
Moral: If you have a bad dream, always tell someone about your troubles.