Stan Smith / Roger
One of the agents in the first Xana Boob scene appears to be Jim, even though he was killed in "Wife Insurance". Although most agents appear to have doubles, it is unlikely the CIA would keep Jim's double after "Jim Prime" was killed.
Klaus did not appear in this episode.
Bullock: Gentleman, do what ever it takes to empty our coffers. Lapdances, champagne dances, shower dances. Oh, the things you can buy for a hand-full of bills. It makes me excited. It gives me the chills. They'll be filcher rubs, breeders, hambones and tweeners, zobos and debos and blorps that go eenahs. For a one dollar bill, you can pull down their zippers. I am the Snorax, I speak for the strippers!
Hayley: I just brought you a "store-warming" gift, Dad. It's a bag of my mulch. It's full of crap... just like you.
XanaBoobs, the strip club Stan works at, is a reference to the roller-skating movie Xanadu starring Olivia Newton-John and Gene Kelly.
Roger: You know, the thing about working in a hospital is if you don't have a funny black friend things get pretty boring.
This, along with a cameo by Donald Faison, is an allusion to the series Scrubs.
When Bullock is giving the CIA employees money when they are entering the strip joint, he is talking in the same rhyme and meter that the narrator uses in Dr. Seuss' The Lorax.
Bullock tells the CIA accountant to bring him "EVERYONE!" and pulls a butterfly-knife on him is much like Gary Oldman's character in Leon: The Professional.
The scene where Steve and his friends escape Space Camp by tunneling through the mud is a reference to the 1987 movie Raising Arizona.
Hayley: Is she getting a de-lux apartment in the sky?
Hayley references the 70's sitcom The Jeffersons.
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