Principal Edwards: You were fighting. Why?
Chris: 'Cause he hates black people, and I'm a black person.
Caruso: That's a lie. I love Michael Jordan. I think Gary Coleman is hysterical. And don't even get me started about Billy Ocean.
Principal Edwards: "Caribbean Queen." That's a very good song.
(Tonya is dressed as a geisha)
Tonya: Father, I have brought disgrace to myself and to our family. (gets out a belt)
Julius: Tonya, no!
Tonya: Leave me now, Father. I must whup myself until you can find it in your heart to forgive me. (whips herself repeatedly)
Pricipal Edwards: Now remember, the only way you're going to get along with Caruso is if you understand why he hates you. He needs your help.
Chris: But if I'm helping him, who's going to help me?
Principal Edwards: You're helping yourself.
Chris Rock: (narration) Spoken like a true white man.
Chris Rock: (narration) I guess this is what Martin Luther King fought for -- black and white bullies, side by side, ready to kick my ass.
Tonya: Everybody else has them.
Rochelle: Well if everybody else got a butt whippin' would you want one too.
The song playing while Chris and Caruso are on the subway is "The Situation" by Yaz.
As the subway goes through the theater district, a bunch of people dressed up as cats can be seen on the train. They are supposed to be the cast of Cats, a Broadway musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber that has been performed in New York from 1982 to 2000.
When Principal Edwards is talking to Chris by the bus after they get to the museum, Edwards puts his hand on Chris's face. He does this in the same fashion that a Vulcan performs a mind meld in Star Trek.
The song playing at the end was Why Can't We Be Friends by War.
Chris Rock: The next year Drew got a Yankees jersey that said "Mezzie Mackson."
He is probably referring to Reggie Jackson who is a former Major League Baseball player who played for the New York Yankees among other teams from 1967 to 1987. Jackson is in the Baseball Hall of Fame and known as "Mr. October" because of his clutch hitting.
Chris Rock: (narration) That's what people said while they were boarding the Amistad.
The Amistad was a slave ship where, in 1839, a mutiny took place as it was traveling to America. The story was turned into a 1997 film of the same name, starring Morgan Freeman and Anthony Hopkins.
Chris: Just because you watch Soul Train doesn't make you Don Cornelius.
Don Cornelius was the host of Soul Train for 27 years. Soul Train was the R&B answer to American Bandstand when it started in the 1970's.