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If you look carefully during the scene where Captain Hero and Wooldoor are parodying the 1960's "Batman" TV series, when Captain Hero & Wooldoor are naked & washing their costumes, Captain Hero is drawn without any genitalia even though you can his legs connect, and some open space between them. Whereas Wooldoor Sockbat is seen with genitalia, as the top part of his penis is seen uncensored in the whole laundry washing scene.
QuadripleJack: Please take this costume off me.
Toot (about her baby): She just needs some discipline. Baby, you're grounded! (her baby gives her the finger) Hey, watch the language, you filthy whore! Don't make me wash my mouth out with ham! (sucks on a piece of ham)
Spanky: I think I've been pretty flexible here, but I'm telling you, one of those blanks has got to be penis.
Wooldoor: Wait. Maybe if we fill in the Mad Libber's note with words other than 'penis', it will make more sense!
Spanky: That's crazy, Wooldoor. Just crazy enough to penis.
Wooldoor: To the Wooldoor-mobile! (Hijacks car)
Wooldoor: To the Wooldoor Truck! (Hijacks Ambulance)
Wooldoor: To the Wool-de-lorian!
Ling Ling: For a female baby, you don't look very tied in a bag and dropped in a river.
Xandir (covered in sperm, seen with the blacklight): I'm a really friendly ghost.
Spanky (to Wooldoor): If you don't stop your crying, two things are gonna happen. I'm gonna have an orgasm, and then I'm gonna fall asleep. Is that what you want?
Toot: Guess what, everyones? I'm gonna get me pregnant and haves me a baby! (runs off)
Xandir: Like, who's gonna drop a log in that toilet?
Spanky Ham: Not it!
Xandir: Not it!
Foxxy: Not it!
(Everyone stares at Ling Ling)
Ling Ling: No friggin' way!
(Takes a knife and slices a triangle shape through his stomach)
The guy offscreen who calls Toot a lard-ass is the same person who told Captain Hero that he sucked offscreen near the end of Ghostesses in the Slot Machine.
This episode reveals that Foxxy has had two children taken away by Social Services, including Rae-Rae, the child living with her in Ghostesses in the Slot Machine. His name is now Raymond-Raymond.
With the use of a black light, it is revealed that almost every inch of the Drawn Together house in covered in semen.
A running gag in this episode is that whenever somebody wanted to fill in the blanks of a message that had been written, they'd automatically use the word or a derivitive of the word "Penis."
This episode revolves around Toot and Wooldoor.
Two Sockbats were run over by the DeLorean, which by then was covered with a white substance.
This story of WoolDoor wanting to become Captain Hero's sidekick is simalur to an Episode of SpongeBob Squarepants, where SpongeBob wants to become a partner of Mermaidman and Barnacleboy.
When the elevator opens on top of the tower, it uses the sound effect elevators on "Star Trek" use.
At the end, QuadrapliJack's mask is seen floating in the flooded water. This is a reference to the 1994 movie, The Mask. The mask was seen floating in the river at the end of the film.
The title sequence which introduces Wooldoor as Captain Hero's new sidekick while their theme song plays in the background is a parody of the title sequence from the 1960s Batman TV series starring Adam West and Burt Ward.
Ling-Ling: For female baby, you sure don't seem very tied up in bag and dropped in river.
Reference to the high rate of infanticide of girl babies in many parts of Asia.
The end scene where the Child Services woman stands in front of a big numbered wheel while urging people to have their Nicaraguan babies spayed or neutered is a parody of Bob Barker's speech at the end of every episode of The Price Is Right, where he urges viewers to control the pet population by having their pets spayed or neutered; the woman here is standing on The Price Is Right set.
The Mad Libber, who leaves clues in the form of Mad Libs, is based on Batman's foe the Riddler, who left clues in the form of riddles.
Clara: And where have you been all night Mommy Fattest?
A pun on Mommie Dearest, a memoir and exposé written by Christina Crawford, the adopted daughter of actress Joan Crawford, that was published in 1978.
Xandir: I'm a real friendly ghost.
Xandir utters these words when the black light makes him glow. This is inspired, of course, by the popular friendly ghost Casper.
Batman and robin
Wooldoor's costume is similar to that of Robin's from Batman and Robin.
Ling-Ling pierced himself with a sword and began to cut through his abdomen, leaving a triangular-shaped wound. This is a take on ancient Japanese samurais, whereas if they did not fulfill their duties, they will commit a ritual suicide known as seppuku by doing the exact same thing Ling-Ling has done.
Back To The Future
After Wooldoor hijacked the DeLorean, another figure that looks just like him, only more rugged and was wearing cowboy gear, tried to chase after it. The voice of this figure sounded a lot like Marty McFly, the main character in Robert Zemeckis' movie,"Back to the Future". He was played by Michael J. Fox. Wooldoor started the DeLorean and drove full-speed before lightning began to ignite and the car disappeared. Also, James Arnold Taylor, the voice of Wooldoor, is known to be the voice double for Michael J. Fox, hence why the Marty McFly like Wooldoor sounds like Michael J. Fox.
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