When Master Yo decides Yin and Yang have gone soft and lazy, he drops them off in the middle of the woods and tells them to find their way home. But of course, rather than take the safe, uphill route home, they opt for the scary, downhill path. Will Yin and Yang find their way home, or will the forest get the best of them?
- This episode features several fairy tale villains as the antagonists, but the witch from the "Hansel and Gretel" part is overall the main antagonist.
- This episode parodies several popular fairy tales, such as "The Three Billy Goats Gruff", "Goldilocks and the Three Bears", and "Hansel and Gretel".
- As with previous episodes such as This Yang Isn't Brought to You By..., An Inconvenient Tooth and Situation Tragedy, this episode has had fourth wall-breaking elements. These elements took the forms of mock off-set segments which feature Yin's and Yang's respective opinions on the episode.
- The witch shows Yin and Yang a cookbook How to Serve Children. This could be a nod to the book To Serve Man from the Twilight Zone episode of the same name that was also inspired by Hansel and Gretel, where aliens represent the witch and humankind represented Hansel and Gretel.
- This episode marks the first time Yin and Yang both cry together.