Jake: In Spain, Tuesday the 13th is the same as our Friday the 13th so never speak Spanish on Tuesday the 13th.
Danny: Do they have their own series of horror films? You know "Tuesday the 13th Part 7: Jason Takes Madrid".
Melody: (reading the chain letter)
Mr. Ernst: (on the phone) ): Hello, Eddie's Pet World and Auto Parts. Yes, this is Ben Ernst over at The Bar None. Yes, that's right I did borrow that little cat from you. No, I don't think I want to keep her. Oh no, she was no trouble at all. Whats a pint of blood between friends.
Mr. Ernst: (to Buddy) Are you ok?
Brad: Hes fine. He can't speak, but hes fine.
Melody: The guys from the fire department said he should be back to normal in a few days.
Mr. Ernst: Fire department?
Melody: Yeah, see when he shook hands with Tawny he kind of froze and wouldn't let go so after about twenty minutes or so they called in the emergency squad.
Lucy does not appear in this episode.
Escape from New York: A 1981 action film starting Kurt Russell. One of the practice "Brainbusters" questions asked what character did Kurt Russell play in the movie.
Joe Hardy: One half of the fictional detective team from The Hardy Boys novels. He is the answer to the practice "Brainbusters" question, "Who is the long haired Hardy Boy?"
Dr. No: The first film in the James Bond series. The film is mentioned in a sample "Brainbusters" question when Danny is asked what role did Jack Lord play in the movie.
Hawaii Five-O: A television series about detectives that worked for a fictional Hawaii state police department. One of the sample "Brainbusters" questions asks what role Jack Lord from Hawaii Five-O played in a James Bond movie.