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In the beginning when Foxxy is telling her roommates about the Indian Burial Ground it shows the back of some of the roommates including Wooldoor, whose ears are yellow rather than white.
Clara: You have me all wrong. I'm more than just the same joke over, and over. You're thinking of Toot.
(Toot in a feild eating grass. Wooldoor and Ling-Ling come up and push her on the ground.)
Clara: You're gonna love this.
Foxxy: (gasps and looks at Clara) You racist motherfucker! (strangles Clara; tree grabs Clara)
Foxxy: That's right tree, knock that bitch out! (tree knocks Foxxy into pool)
Foxxy: Then Foxxy remebered something her mama told her when she was just 14 years old. (cut to the outline of a suburban home)
Foxxy's Mother: You dress like a stripper, get the hell out of my house! (kicks Foxxy out the door)
Ling-Ling: (introducing Foxxy) Ladies and gentlemen! Put your hands together for the lovely and talented, Ashee Simpson!
(Clara pushes Foxxy down the stairs)
Foxxy: God damn it, Clara! If there wasn't a good chance that I was pregnant and that fall didn't get me out of a real jam, I would kick your ass!
Foxxy: (to housemates) Get this, our house was built on an ancient Indian burial ground. THEY MOVED THE HEADSTONES, BUT THEY DIDN'T MOVE THE BODIES!!! (man behind her with movie popcorn appears again)
Clara: Foxxy, I must speak with you about this dancing you do.
Foxxy: Yeah, yeah. I know there's probably something in the Bible about "thou shalt not grind thous cootchie into thy neighbor's boner tent."
Clara: You have me all wrong. I'm more than just the same joke over and over. You're thinking of Toot.
Foxxy: (while watching a horror movie in the living room; loudly) Don't go in there! (scream) Aww, I told your dumbass not to go in there! (man with glasses holding movie theater popcorn appears behind Foxxy)
Foxxy: (in confession room, talking about the Poltergeist-esque occurrences) There was some weird s**t goin' on around the house. Chairs was movin, blood was pourin' from the sink, trees was givin' Clara her comeuppance, and then corpses tried swimmin' with the Foxxy. Talk about the blind leadin' the blind. Foxxy needed to solve this mystery.
Wooldoor: (in confession room, talking about the "Trading Spaces" challenge) My task was to breath some new life into Toot's living space... the kitchen.
Toot: (scene cuts to the kitchen where Wooldoor is revealing something under a sheet) A SALAD BAR!!! (throws Wooldoor across the room then pushes him up against the table with a knife to his neck) I swear, I'll f***in' cut you!
Xandir: Native Americans are a peaceful people. Just look at how they use every part of the animal.
(Then the show Native American ghosts playing volleyball with a buffalo head)
Clara: Dead Indians?! That's terrible! Uh, what kind? Woo-Woo, or Red Dot?
Clara's Father: (after watching Foxxy and Clara make out on stage) That was the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. I love you both very much.
Clara: Oh, Father! (hugs him) Father finally said the words I had been longing to hear all these years, "I love you both very much." (camera moves to reveal that he is also hugging Foxxy)
Xandir: (while he and Captain Hero are urinating all over Spanky's room) Spanky's just gonna love this redecoration.
Captain Hero: (looks at Xandir) Dude, that penis is sweet.
In the beginning of the episode, every time Foxxy raised her voice, a white guy holding popcorn came up behind her and "Shhh"'s her. The joke is a racist stereotype that black people are loud and disruptive in movie theatres and usually yell out unnecessary comments to the characters on the screen (who obviously can't hear them), causing problems to the white audience trying to watch the movie.
The superheroes are named:
- Captain Colonicus.
- Ethan Hawkman.
- Western-African Dwarf Crocodile Man.
- Exemplary Fellow.
Look Hard: One of the men waiting to see the show is Homer Simpson from The Simpsons. His wife is seen in the casino as well.
Foxxy's stripper name was "Ashee Simpson" and Clara's was "Hitlerina."
Foxxy's strip club is called the Fox Hole.
The casino is called "The Lost Indian Souls Casino."
Clara and Foxxy make out in this episode, making it the second time in the series (the first time was in "Hot Tub"). This time, it was to win back the affection of Clara's father.
In this episode, we learn that Foxxy's mother kicked her out of her home when she was 14-years-old for dressing like a stripper.
Look Hard: Marge Simpson (who developed a gambling problem in an episode of The Simpsons, "$pringfield") is sitting at one of the slot machines in the casino. Her husband, Homer, can later be seen in the casino as well.
In the final scene where a bashed up Captain Hero is celebrating with the American Flag drapped over his shoulders and Spanky running up to him in slow motion pays homage to the final victory scene of Rocky.
Jeff Hardy Theme
The music used when Clara first strips is also the theme of WWE superstar Jeff Hardy.
Harry Potter and the Chamber Of Secrets
The tree that beats up Foxxy and Clara is an obvious take on the "Whomping Willow" from the 2nd Harry Potter book.
Ling-Ling announced that Foxxy's stripper name was "Ashee Simpson." This is a play on the name of famous popstar, Ashlee Simpson.
Wooldoor: Marmaduke pulls owner on leash!
In one scene, Wooldoor is selling newspapers and says "Marmaduke pulls owner on leash!" Marmaduke is a long-running newspaper comic strip about a big dog.
Ethan Hawkman: Name
One of the superheroes is named Ethan Hawkman, a combination of Ethan Hawke (the actor) and Hawkman (the DC comics superhero).
Character: Bruce Banner/The Hulk
Spanky let's Bruce Banner/The Hulk do his taxes. The Hulk is a popular Marvel Comics famous character. Bruce Banner is a brilliant scientist who is hit by gamma radiation and, when angry, turns into the super strong (and super stupid) green goliath known as The Hulk.
Hero vs. Wade: Name
One of Captain Hero's "fights" is a court case they dub "Hero vs. Wade." This is an allusion to the real life court battle "Roe vs. Wade" which was a landmark United States Supreme Court case establishing that most laws against abortion violate a constitutional right to privacy, overturning all state laws outlawing or restricting abortion. It is one of the most controversial decisions in Supreme Court history.
Captain Hero & Spanky: Appearances
When Captain Hero and Spanky come down the escalator in suits, they are dressed like Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise in Rain Man. In that movie, Dustin Hoffman played Raymond, an autistic man with a genius-level affinity for math. Tom Cruise's character uses Raymond to win big at blackjack in a casino.
Show: Trading Spaces
After Wooldoor announces that they are going to redecorate each others' personal spaces, they play a segment for about two or three seconds that displays the words "Trading Spaces." This is, of course, in reference to the popular home decorating show of the same name.
The mice on Toot's back (shaving it with tiny lawnmowers) are the various mice from the Speedy Gonzales cartoons. The song playing is La Cucaracha which was often played in those shows. More Info
Captain Hero: (rips costume)
When Captain Hero goes to collect his prize money, he rips his costume to reveal a suit and refers to himself in the third person. This is a reference to Superman's mild-mannered secret alias of Clark Kent, who was a reporter for a metropolitan newspaper and hence, wore a suit. Clark/Superman sometimes even tripped over himself when referring to his alter egos just as Captain Hero does. Only difference is that Clark/Superman usually does it the other way around and rips his suit to reveal a costume.
The story of the Drawn Together house being built over an Indian burial ground whose tombstones were moved but not the bodies is almost word-for-word with the story behind the movie Poltergeist.
The cell where Captain Hero is being held while on trial by the League of Heroes is identical in style to the cell in which Zod, Ursa, and Non are held on Krypton in Superman (1978).
Title: Ghostesses in the Slot Machine
The title of this episode is taken from "Ghost in the Machine," the title of an album by The Police, as well as a song by Blaze Bayley.
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