One of the board members is named Mr. Mason Dixon. The Mason-Dixon Line is used as a cultural and ideological divider--often when talking about sensitive topics such as those addressed in this episode--between the Northern and Southern United States.
Charlene's model of the universe is based off of the concept of the Earth being the center of the universe.
Chairman: Oh, it gets worse, Ms. Sinclair we have a picture of you sitting on his lap.
Charlene: How much longer can they hold us down?
(Fran looks at Charlene's solar system model of the flat earth)
Charlene: Guys aren't ever going to give us great jobs like tree pusher or astronomer, we're just going to have to take them.
WeSaySo Workers: (singing) We are males, hear us roar, we are macho dinosaurs, and we're much to smart to care who we offend.
(Earl is home early from work)
Fran: What's the occasion?
Earl: Oh, dead guy at work.
Fran: Oh, my goodness! What happened?!
Earl: We push down trees for a living. You figure it out!
"Sexu" Al Harris: (to Monica) Later I'll jump on your scales and you can guess how much I weigh, if you know what I mean.
"Sexu" Al Harris: So I told her 'hey lady, I'm no cashier, but you got two items I'd like to check out if you know what I mean'.
(Male dinosaurs laugh)
Roy: I don't get it.
Charlene: Oh yeah right, like we're gonna change the world?
Monica: We might not be able to change the whole world, but we've got to start somewhere.
Charlene makes a model of the flat earth. In the later episode 'Charlene's flat world' we find out that Dinosaurs all believe that the earth is flat, and are willing to push people off of the edge of it to prove it.
We can see why this episode never aired on Disney Channel from 1998-2000 because it had alot of bad content and some disturbing bad language.
This episode never aired on Disney.
The corporate hearing, and the media coverage relating to it, alludes to the 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearings of Clarence Thomas and the allegations of sexual harassment by him brought by Anita Hill.
Sexual Harassment: The entire episode was surrounding the topic of sexual harassment in the workplace. Personified by Al "Sexual" Harris, the dinosaur played by Jason Alexander.