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Featured Music: "Bicycle Race" by Queen.
The wigs Roger is shown brushing are styled after "Nancy Reagen" and "Mia Shriver", the same wigs Stan tried to give Hayley in Season 1 Episode 3 "Stan Knows Best". They were 2 of the first 3 wigs shown on the show.
Langley Falls is the sister city of Haifa, in Israel.
Klaus reveals that his favorite baseball player is Scott Schoeneweis.
Featured Music: "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You" by Michael Bolton.
Klaus' last name is Heissler.
Hayley sat down and ate meat with the family, even though she's a vegetarian.
Goof: Klaus mentions Jimmy Vaughn as a member of the Fabulous Thunderbirds band when he is holding tickets. Jimmy Vaughn left the band in 1990, and this episode was in production in 2008...
Goof: Though Hayley is said to be a vegetarian, she can be seen eating lobster along with the rest of the family during the scene in the mall.
Roger: (speaking in French) Bonjour, Monsieur DuBonais? Pour Moi? Maintenant? Alors, j'ai besoin de jambon avec le moutard et les oeufs et les baguettes. Limonade? Limonade? Deux? Deux Limonades?
Translation into English: Hello Mr. DuBonais? For me? Now? Then I have need of ham with mustard and eggs and bread sticks. Lemonade? Two? Two lemonades?
In the beginning of the episode when Roger is cleaning himself like a dog, he tells Stan, "Don't forget the menthol lights." But the closed captioning lists the line as, "Don't forget the Virginia Slims."
Steve asks Stan to build his Pantheon project. There is a shot of Stan and Steve working on the project, but they are building a model of the Roman Colosseum, not the Pantheon.
The book Stan tries (and later succeeds) to read is Tom Clancy's The Hunt for Red October.
Steve mentions "The Chimdale spa" when coming up with a movie idea.
Translation of the French spoken in this episode:
Phillipe: Tu vas etre célèbre! ("You are going to be a celebrity!")
Francine: "Phillipe, tu sais que ce n'est que le science qui m'interesse." ("Philip, you know that it isn't only the science that interests me.")
Stan: You speak French now, too?
Francine: "Un petit peu." ("A little bit.")
At the end of the episode, Stan tells Francine to turn her CB to channel 9; however, CB radios do not work underwater (especially as deep as Francine would be). Either this was a mistake in the script or an example of Stan using the term "CB" as a familiar shorthand for radio communications.
It is revealed that Steve suffers from scoliosis.
It is revealed in this episode that Stan's hair is a wig.
The Asian Ladybug character, Katie, from the episode "Not Particularly Desperate Housewives" can be seen in the street background wearing her ladybug brooch pin as Roger and Steve walk by.
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.
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Family Comedies, beings from another world, paranoia, 9/11 undertones, outrageous situations