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Featured music in this episode: The B-52's "Legal Tender."
Stan says that Honey's birthday, the 30th, is the same as Selena Gomez's. Selena Gomez's birthday is actually July 22nd.
Stan was born in 1968.
The Wilhelm Scream can be heard after the shapeshifter punches the guard with the giant fist.
When Jeff lands an the Majestic the rope tied around him has disappeared.
Francine is trying to find something that Steve is good at throughout the beginning of the episode. Steve, however, has been playing cello for over four years. Why wouldn't that be his talent?
On part of the equipment in the quarry you see "Jansen" written on the face of it. That is yet another nod to the director of the episode, Jansen Yee.
One of Roger's Yoga students is named Shawn Ian, a nod to one of American Dad!'s editors Shawn Ian Kirkoff.
The "boy" the groundskeeper plays with was the busboy in "Gorillas in the Mist" and one of the tree painters in "Moon Over Isla Island".
Jessica, from the episode "Spring Break-up," can be seen in the background of multiple scenes.
The song Hayley sings in the shower is "Someone to Watch Over Me" from the musical Oh Kay! by George and Ira Gershwin.
Rachel MacFarlane sang Haley's songs in this episode.
Roger's 1996 persona of Dr. Ya Ya tries to catch Elián González when the Smiths arrive, but the Elián González affair didn't occur until 1999-2000.
Stan and Francine travel back to 1996 to find the identity of the man who may he Hayley's father, which would make Hayley only 16 years old in the present. However, it has been established that Hayley is in community college, making her at least 18, and more than likely she is over 21 since we see her (in this very episode) out drinking with her mother.
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Freddy Fener, a dog belonging to Jonathan Fener, a producer, writer, and voice actor for American Dad!
Francine mentions that Corey Haim is "doing fine", but in actuality, Corey died of Pneumonia in 2010.
The rabbi makes a reference to the "Why ask why? Try Bud Dry," advertising slogan, and incorrectly says it's not as old as the Nancy Kerrigan reference -- the slogan was actually first used in April 1989.
Stan used the name "Papa Wheelie" in a previous episode "Stannie Get Your Gun".
The Vatican guards who won't let Stan into the catacombs speak English with an Italian accent, but since those are Swiss Guards, they should have a German accent, if any.
When the hot tub salesman is researching articles with the microfiche, the obituary for Anne Flemming can briefly be seen; Francine stumbled across this same microfiche article researching the Ladybugs in the season 2 episode "Not Particularly Desperate Housewives."
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Family Comedies, beings from another world, paranoia, 9/11 undertones, outrageous situations