When Rush Limbaugh comes out of Michael Moore's house, he is putting on his jacket, but the video Lois shows has him coming out of the house with the jacket already on.
Lois Griffin: I can't believe it! I have a true story, and FOX news doesn't want me to air it because it implicates Rush Limbaugh!
Brain Griffin: See? That's what I've been saying! FOX news has a conservative bias, and they don't want you reporting any stories coming out that will embarrass Rush Limbaugh!
Lois: But you didn't want me to report the story when it was going to embarrass Michael Moore!
Brian: Okay; I'm biased to. But the difference with me is that I'm willing to admit it.
Lois: I'm glad everything's back to normal. I guess I just wasn't cut out to be a news reporter.
Peter: Yeah, how did you lose your job anyway, Lois?
Lois: Ah, I don't know, Peter. Do you really care? Does anyone really care?
Peter: I guess you're right. The story's over, everything's back to normal 'til next week, so who gives a damn? Anyone got anything funny left to say? Stewie? Brian? Meg? Chris? No? Alright then. (to the camera) See you next week, folks!
Fox Exec: Well hi there Brian!
Brian: How's it going, Adolf.
Fox Exec: I'll have you know my grandparents died in the Holocaust! (Brian stares) Ahahaha, no, I'm just joking. They were there, though.
Meg: Mom, have you ever felt... not so fresh... down there?
Lois: No. There must be something wrong with you.
Lois: Yeah. All the women I know never had that kind of problem.
Joe: Oh, she's just so smokin' hot! God, I would do things to her that... she would probably laugh at. You bitch!
Previous known as Anchorwoman: The Legend of Lois Griffin.
The Wonder Years
At the end of the episode, a voice over by Daniel Stern is a nod to the one used in The Wonder Years, which results in Fred Savage crying out "I don't need you anymore!"
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
When Lois runs home after getting the job at Fox News, it alludes to both Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and the Family Guy episode "Wasted Talent".
The title of this episode is an allusion to the Jimi Hendrix song Foxy Lady.