Cow's science project that is taken out of the closet in "cow and chicken reclining" is the top halves of a man and a woman. This is a reference to their parents who are missing the top half of their bodies.
The Red Guy's Roles: Art Museum Tour Guide, Old Cartoon Star Prisoner.
During the segment of "Cow & Chicken Reclining", as both Mom and Dad cast shadows (on the floor and wall respectively), the shadows are only "half-there" (below the belt).
Unlike most episodes, when The Red Guy plays Dr. Bottoms, he is actually seen as a good guy.
The title of the book The Red Guy reads is Story Book Corner.
Cow: Um, excuse me sir, but who are you guys?
Biker: We're the Buffalo Gals!
Mom: Oh, the Buffalo Gals! A motorcycle riding gang that randomly bursts into people's houses and chews on their carpet
Dad: Look, this new chair gives milk!
Mom: Well what do we need Cow for?
Dad: The pickup's ready, Mama, come help me with the death trap.
Dad: I'm sure going to miss this chair.
Mom: And I'm going to miss rescuing you.
Art Thieves: Hey! Give us back our stolen chair.
(Watching a police chase on tv)
Dad: Hey, this must be a ad for the furniture store that's bringing me my new chair today.
Art Thieves: Hurry, some pantsless guy is chasing us.
Dad: For the love of boneless grandma!
We learn from Weasel that a lifetime for a weasel is 5 years.
Because of the lesbian stereotypes and extensive sexual innuendo, Cartoon Network only aired "Buffalo Gals" once, and has it replaced with "Orthodontic Police".
The segment "Buffalo Gals" was pulled by the censors after it's first airing because ONE parent made a complaint about it.
Cow, Chicken, and Gym Coach all make cross-overs into I Am Weasel in this episode.
When Cow and Chicken get the gums of life, this is a play at the jaws of life, which firemen use to save people from car wreckage.