1:45 - seen in the crowd of ponies, after the opening sequence; 2:48 - seen on the plant team with Applejack; 3:36 - singing Winter Wrap Up with Cheerilee and Cherry Berry; 4:40 - collecting snow in a cart during Winter Wrap Up; 4:49 ~ 4:56 - plowing snow during Applejack's verse in Winter Wrap Up; 12:40 ~ 13:27 - plowing snow at other Earth ponies; 13:45 - looking toward Twilight Sparkle; 14:10 - seen as Twilight loses control of her magic; 14:15 - gets covered in snow; 14:46 ~ 14:49 - watching the avalanche Twilight causes; 15:10 - plowing snow with a dour expression; 18:35 - plowing fields under Twilight's direction; 19:31 ~ 19:36 - plowing fields at day and hauling hay at night; 19:52 - watering fields; 20:03 - hauling a cart of rakes
Duplicates: 12:41 - two in the far background; 14:46 - watching the avalanche Twilight causes; 18:35 - two in the same shot; 19:31 - on the left before drifting off-screen; 19:36 - in the background between Caramel and Dr. Hooves; 19:52 - one in the background
6:59 - appears as a resident of Appleloosa; 7:14 - "Aw, we just switched!"; 7:39 - Wild West-dancing with Golden Harvest; 15:55 - in a window with Dr. Hooves; 16:11 - with Cherry Berry, refusing to listen to Twilight; 16:23 ~ 16:34 - applebucking with Cherry Berry; 17:10 - raising a flag with Cherry Fizzy; 18:07 - hauling cart of pies with Cherry Fizzy; 18:23, 18:28 - awaiting the buffalo's attack; 19:25 - throwing pies at buffalo from atop a building; 20:34 - in the crowd of ponies and buffalo; 20:39 - cutting down trees (all appearances are while wearing a hat)
1:31 - approached by Rarity to pull the girls' carriage to the Grand Galloping Gala (animation error at 1:36); 3:50 - with a different mane style while pulling a carriage with Cherry Fizzy; 6:18 - in Pinkie Pie's fantasy sequence during her verse in At the Gala
0:24 - walking through Ponyville with Mayor Mare and Cherry Fizzy; 2:05 - in the crowd grumbling at Rarity; 3:04, 3:11 - in the crowd at Sugarcube Corner; 18:24, 18:41, 20:22 - at Twilight's princess coronation
Noteworthy appears in the third and ninth waves of mystery pack toys, being of the same pony kind and bearing the same coat color and mane color as the unnamed character on the show. The toy's cutie mark is slightly different, being three single quavers instead of the two pairs of two beamed quavers. The toy's eye color is blue, in contrast to the show's brown, and its pose and mane style are the same as the Big McIntosh mystery pack toy mold. According to the third wave's European mystery pack collector card, Noteworthy "is so helpful." Much like the other male pony mystery pack toys, some of the non-English product descriptions use the feminine grammatical gender. Both waves' U.S. mystery pack collector cards list the name with a trademark symbol and state that Noteworthy "is very helpful and remembers everything!"
Noteworthy also appears with his name listed with a trademark symbol in Enterplay's collectible card game, which is the first time that he is simultaneously referred to by name and depicted with the same design and eye color as in the show. His Gen Con Indy 2013 demo card attributes to him the quote "Sometimes you gotta just keep plugging away until something sticks." His card α #76 C gives him the description "As three-time winner of the Equestrian Hum Off, nopony can hum a tune like Noteworthy!"
Noteworthy appears standing next to Sea Swirl on page 19 of the upcoming bookWinning Style.