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In the Tatami Megastore, charactures speaking like and drawn like the famous Japanese Harvest Moon videogame charactures approach and exchange items just like in their gameworld.
The Tatami Twins' hair and faces resemble that of the kid in the Troublemaker Studios trademark.
At the toy store, there are action figures of the actors in their street clothes, rather than in their LilyMu costumes. There is also an Ozu action figure that Guano is seen playing with.
Mikey recieves his 1st paycheck even though this is episode 10.
The Tatami Twins are spoofs of Mario and Luigi from the popular Japanese video game "Super Mario Bros."
The wife from the man who "walked the plank" in "Ship of Fools" can be seen at one of the tables in the restaurant with the pirate from the same episode.
When Mitzuki and Guano are first showing Mikey how to use the recycle bins, Lily is with them (standing next to Mitzuki). But by the time they get to the Recycling Song, Lily is gone.
The Recycling Song became the first Kappa Mikey clip to appear on TurboNick.
The robots from the theme song and the episode "The Switch" make an appearance, dancing along with Mikey, Guano, and Mitsuki in "The Recycling Song".
Pierre, the waiter of "The Finest Restaurant in Tokyo", makes his first appearance in this episode.
When Gonard and Lily are at the restaurant, the pirate captain from the episode "Ship of Fools" can be seen having dinner at one of the tables.
Yes Man used to go by the name Denim Boy.
When Gonard is hiding Mikey in his room, Gonard's mom is heard for the second time.
Agent Yoshida is a spoof of Commander Amarao from FLCL, complete with the crazy eyebrows.
Embarrassing photos that Mikey takes:
1. Lily with her face mask on
2. Mitsuki with milk coming out of her nose
3. Gonard picking his nose
4. 17 pages of Guano playing with dolls
The phrase that Yes Man said, "Loose lips sink ships," is a refernece to the World War 2 American saying, created to discourage Americans from spilling information about the war to the enemy.
The editor of "The Scoop" tabloid magazine resembles J. Jonah Jameson, Peter Parker's (Spider-Man) boss at the "Daily Bugle."
The girls in Socky's music video resembles Shampoo from Ranma 1/2 and Rei from Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Socky is performing in the music video "Slim Socky" on the album Sockfest produced by Sockafella Records.
Sockey is appearing on a talk show very similar to "Late Night with Conan O'Brien"