There is a statue of the Pointy-Haired Boss in Dilbert's house after Dogbert and Ratbert except bribes on his behalf.
Dilbert has a Microsoft type natural keyboard at work.
Because Dilbert thinks that Juliet is poisoned he poisons himself. To be more like the play Juliet would need to also poison herself.
Goof: During the meeting, the Marketing guy on the far left is not wearing a coat over his shirt. Then, he is seen wearing a brown coat, then, as if by magic, his coat has turned to blue.
Dogbert is standing on books when he picks up Dilbert from the Jiffy Pump. One of the books he is standing on is Wibsters-the dictionary from episode 1
Dilbert's choice of clothes including the boss' shorts make him look like he is dressed in Renaissance clothes.
In the real Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is a Capulet (Crapulet in Dilbert), not a Montague(Marketguru)
Couldn't the aliens use their spaceship to chase the rocket with the baby inside?
In one shot the aliens only have two fingers. In the next shot they have three.
Dogbert is sitting on a Bible when he is defending Dilbert in court.
Dilbert dips his cookie into the green dip but when it takes it out there is none on the cookie.
Here are some female stereotypes that are mentioned in this episode:
He's cold when it is 75 degrees
Wants ice cream even though he is cold
says he needs to lose 5 pounds
does other things while driving
reads romance novels
uses sanitary napkins
reading Woman's Day magazine
knows what clothes he is wearing without having to look
Here are the samples collected by the rocket and implanted into Dilbert:
One of the police officers questioning Dilbert is a character like Andy Sipowitz from NYPD Blue.
Why aren't they morphing Wally too? He's in on the scam. They only morph Loud Howard, Asok, Alice, and Dilbert.
How does Dilbert know the new computer box is his if he doesn't open it to check?
In the room with the plug the calendar says 1987.
There is a stamp on the wall at the post office featuring the blue duck (from episode 3 of season 2, "Art")
The brown haired guy in Wally's car on the way to the meeting was missing from the group while they were standing in the street after Dilbert's house collapsed. Which means that he must have been crushed in the rubble and no one cared.
When Dilbert asks the construction worker to put cones around the open trench it is exactly like what he says in The Security Guard episode.