Salesman: And what you'll like best about our super screen televisions is the way the picture practically jumps out at you.
(Several copies of Megavolts appear out of the televisions)
Megavolts: Well, you sold me.
(Salesman yells and jumps into his female customers arms as the Megavolts grab and take several smaller television sets)
Salesman: (Laughs nervously) It's a crime what they put on TV these days.
Megavolt: They called me crazy! They called me insane! They called me looney! And, boy, were they right.
Darkwing: I am the auditor that wants to look at your books.
Darkwing: I am the low rating that cancels your program.
The humans ask Darkwing several relevant questions: Does Launchpad ever change his clothes or do they all just look the same? What is Drake Mallard's job?
Darkwing when confronted by humans (apparently unknown in his universe) refers to them as hideous beakless mutants. He made a similar references to Comet Guy (who seems to be human, but is from a different planet than Darkwing) in "Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet" (Season 1 Episode 27)
The Oprah Winfrey Show
Opal Windbag: Supervillains and the women who love them. That's the focus on today's Opal Windbag Show.
A direct reference and parody to The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Megavolt: Yes, Alex. I'll take electrical connections for 500.
Direct reference to the popular game show Jeopardy hosted by Alex Trebek.
The Tonight Show
Megavolt: Ladies and gentlemen...here's Megavolt (Does golf swing in air)
This is a direct reference to how The Tonight Show would start the show each time with Johnny Carson being introduced the same way and he would do the golf swing most nights.
I Love Lucy
Voice on television Oh, Goosey, I'm home!
The quote was done the same way that Desi Arnez would say "Oh, Lucy, I'm home!" on the popular old show I Love Lucy.
Wizard of Oz
Darkwing wonders if there is a yellow brick road he and Megavolt could follow home. This is a reference to the yellow brick road in the Wizard of Oz that Dorothy and her friends follow.
The episode title is a play on the saying Switching Channel.
Chip N' Dale's Rescue Rangers are indirectly referenced (The episode was originally planned to be a full crossover with Rescue Rangers, but that plot was rejected.)
Darkwing: Paper or Plastic
Darkwing, in a daze, says "Paper or Plastic", which is what the baggers in supermarket ask prior to bagging your groceries, asking for your preference for either paper or plastic bags.
The Old and the Worthless
Mr. Muddlefoot turns on the TV show "The Old and the Worthless". This is a take off on the American soap opera, The Young and the Restless.
Opal Windbag Show
Megavolt appears on Opal Windbag's talk show, to discuss the subject of "Supervillian's and the women who love them. This is a reference to the Oprah Winfrey Show, a popular American talk show.
Megavolt appears on a quiz show (only the podiums are shown) which is a take off on Jeopardy! He also says "Yes Alex, I'll take electrial connections for $500." The of screen Alex he is speaking to is the shows long time host Alex Trebek.