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The episode title, "Pulling Double Booty", is an allusion to the term "pulling double duty", meaning to spend twice as much time as is normally applied to an activity; usually work.
This is the second appearance of Stan's body double, Bill. He was also in the episode "It's Good to be the Queen."
Lisa is missing her belly button when she and the other popular kids are about to beat up Steve.
When Steve told his friends that they didn't have girlfriends, Toshi mentions having a wife for a while.
Debbie's last name is revealed in this episode as Hyman.
The song that Debbie played when she tried to stop the mob is "Love Will Tear us Apart" by Joy Division.
The school sign reads: ERECTION TODAY! SOMEONE STOLE OUR LAST "L", yet there are three "L"s in the explanatory sentence.
Goof: When Stan watches the cameras in the house when they first arrive on the CIA island base, the lamp in the background does not have a camera. But when Francine goes to open the door from Travis to comfort her, the camera is obvious.
Ironically, Travis Bowe, who is a contributor to American Dad and The Cleveland Show actually voices the character Travis Bowe's ranch hand, not Travis himself in this episode.
- "I'm So Into You" by Peabo Bryson.
- "Don't Go" by Fascinoma.
It is revealed in this episode that Roger floats in water.
This is the first time that both American Dad and Family Guy have made the same reference on the same air date. This and the episode "Road to Germany" both reference Scarlett Johansson.
McCreary's Bible company that Roger's runaway persona works for is a nod to Laura McCreary, writer, producer, and story editor on many American Dad! episodes.
In the background of Sidney's boss's office there's a picture of a buff God in a bikini. This is the second episode that has that picture, the first being "Rodger Codger."
Goof: At the end of the episode, after Roger stabs his alter-ego he puts his gloves on, but when he goes out of the changing room, his hands are bare.
Goof: When the hitman appears at Sidney's apartment, his hand is bare, but when he takes the shot at Roger, he is wearing a glove on his gun hand.
Goof: When McCreary is reading the first line from the book of Genesis, his Bible is opened to the middle. It should be opened to approximately the first page, as Genesis is the first book in The Bible.
This episode of American Dad was nominated for the 2009 Emmy Award in the category Outstanding Programming (less than one hour). This is the first time in the show's four-year history it has been nominated for Outstanding Animated Program.
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9/11 undertones, beings from another world, blatant misogyny, mainstream america, opposites attract