When Stan reaches the cinema booth, the man working there says that the film starts at 5:50, it's 5 minutes and 50 seconds through the episode.
Goof: In Stan's address on his donor card at the start of the episode, Langley Falls is incorrectly spelt "Langely Falls".
The tattoo on Hayley's lower back is Chinese for "69".
When Stan purchases a ticket to the film Please Don't Hurt Him! for $8.50, he pays using a single bill, and the cashier makes no attempt to make change.
According to his driver's license, Stan's home address is 416 Cherry Street, Langley Falls, VA, 23665.
According to the closed caption, Francine goes commando.
Langley Falls Post front page headline: Local Golf Pro Also Pretty Good At Gambling
(in the background, Hayley streaks naked across the front lawn)
Klaus: Say it! You have to say it!
Hayley: Help! Raccoons took my penis!
(we see the closed door to the attic and hear Stan and Roger on other side of the door)
Roger: Oh, hi, Stan. Thank goodness you're here. This door is stuck. Can you get it for me?
Roger: Okay - it's almost open. Now I'll throw you.
Roger: Oh, me again? Okay...
Steve: (standing on chimney, dancing) Hey, look! I've been up here background dancing to your conversation the entire time. And you didn't even notice. I am awesome! (does a twirl and falls down the chimney) Aaaaaaaah...
Stan: My sanctuary is ruined! You are the most selfish thing I have ever met.
Roger: What are you talking about? I offered you a fig! I offered him a fig, Francine.
Francine: Is that true, Stan? Did he offer you a fig? Because that sounds like the opposite of selfish. That sounds nutritious.
Stan: All you ever do is defend him.
Francine: Oh, I do not!
Stan: Please, you're always doing it.
Roger: (running to hide behind Francine, dressed as Picasso) Aaaaaa!
Stan: Roger painted me in my sleep!
Roger: My canvas is life. I'm an artist.
Francine: Leave him alone, honey, he's an artist.
Roger: (running to hide behind Francine) Aaaaaa!
Stan: Roger stuck a syringe in my chest!
Roger: I was playing Pulp Fiction. The bitch was OD'ing on me and I gave her a shot in the heart.
Francine: Leave him alone, Stan. He thought you were an OD'ing bitch.
Roger: (running to hide behind Francine, dressed as an Indian) Aaaaaa!
Stan: He took my hair!
Roger: He took my land!
Francine: Leave him alone, honey. You took his land!
(Steve dancing in kitchen, grunting, gyrating, and moon walking)
Stan: Steve, it's a beautiful afternoon. Shouldn't you be outside with your friends, turning my tool shed into Mordor, or Endor, or something heartbreaking.
Steve: I've given up that dorky pastime and decided to follow my true passion: backup dancing! Look! I'm good! But I don't pull focus… Work it, dad. You're the star! Thrust it! Ungh! Thrust it! Ungh! Then hide the reveal.
Stan: We really should've spaced out your vaccinations!
Stan: You destroyed my study!
Roger: You barged into my sauna! You know how stressful that is? I just unclenched my anus.
Hayley: Hey, Klaus, check it out. My dad is gonna hit the roof!
Klaus: Oh, a temporary henna tattoo. How daring. What's next, you gonna bake cookies at 351 degrees?
Hayley: Like you're so daring. You won't even go into the deep end of your own bowl.
Klaus: Oh, really? Maybe we should settle this with a game of Truth or Dare.
Hayley: How about Dare or Dare?
Klaus: How about I punch you in the bleeping face?! See what I did there? I bleeped myself. I took the joy away from the censors. Yeah, I'll play your game of dares, little girl. I'm a bleeping force to be reckoned with! Okay, I'll go first. I dare you to kiss me.
Roger: (crying) No! Don't go! I'll do anything!
Francine: Are you sure? You're really ready?
Roger: Yes, yes. I'm ready to quit drinking.
Francine: That's not what this is about.
Roger: Oh, thank God.
Roger: Why, you have fantastic posture. A truly presidential carriage.
Stan: Beat it, kiss ass.
Stan: I'm sorry, but it's gonna take more than a few accurate observations about my stunning handsomeness to convince me that Roger's changed.
"Cool Change" by Little River Band.
Denmark: July 31, 2008 on TV3
This episode premiered on [adult swim] on January 13, 2008.
Steve's style of dancing is similar to Michael Jackson's.
The layout of the Ice Factory is similar to the warehouse in Reservoir Dogs (mainly in the infamous ear-cutting scene).
The crow flying into the window is a parody of Windex commercials.
The Love Boat
At one point in the episode, Hayley dresses as Captain Stubing from this 1977 series.
The Lord of the Rings and Star Wars
When Steve is dancing Stan says that he should be outside turning his tool shed into Mordor or Endor, a reference to the land of Sauron from The Lord of the Rings, and the forest moon of Endor, home of the Ewoks from the Star Wars saga.
The plant dying/thriving along with Roger is a reference to the movie E.T. In the movie, E.T. was able to keep the plant alive. When he was resuscitated, the dying plant came back to life.
Stan: (to Steve after he dances) We really should have spaced out your vaccinations.
This is a reference to the leading theory that autism is caused by vaccinations at a very early age.
The Little Rascals
When Roger is being nice, his appearance is similar to that of the character Alfalfa from The Little Rascals.
Title: the title is a Pun on the show, Nanny 911.
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