The Celesteville cup misspells Celesteville as "Celestville".
Babar: Nice working with you, Rataxes.
Rataxes: I couldn't agree more, Babar.
Babar: Who knows? This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Basil: I found it, your rhighness! A document detailing the diverse detours within those darn dark dungeon depths!
Lady Rataxes: (to Babar and Celeste) He found the map.
Rataxes: You know, it's a good thing you signed that peace treaty when you did. You elephants would never have survived a full-fledged rhino attack!
Babar: I believe you. I'm barely surviving dinner.
Babar: (about Rataxes) Last year, he wanted to arm-wrestle for the last piece of bread!
Alexander: And you would have taken him too dad, if the dinner table hadn't broken!
Celeste: Cheer up, Babar. It's only one night a year.
Babar: To me, dinner with Rataxes seems like one night that (lasts) a year!
The events of "Race to the Moon" and "Babar's Triumph" are referred to.
Rataxes: Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the suavest of them all?
This is a reference to the Evil Queen in Snow White, who proclaims to her magic mirror "Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?"
The episode title is a parody of the 1981 film My Dinner With Andre.