At the karaoke bar, Drakken sings "Hello, Hello, Hello" from last season's episode Oh Boyz.
At the end of Drakken's commercial, the shampoo bottles are missing the words "Lather, rinse, obey".
When Ron first comes out for the Naked Mole Rap, his pockets are missing.
Kim: You may not rap Wade, but you rock.
Shego: Lather, Rinse, Obey? Aren't you being a little too upfront here?
Drakken: Truth in labeling laws, Shego. I'm a super villain, not a corporate sheister.
Drakken:Ah, Hip-Hop. I don't get it. Where's the tune?
Drakken: You buffoon!
Ron: Ah, I do what I can.
Drakken: What a buffoon.
Ron: Hey, I thought I was the buffoon!
Shego: I'd say so.
Shego: Hey, maybe that's it. Sing the world into submission.
Drakken: Shego that's it! No, really this time.
Shego: What are you talking about?
Drakken: Shego you're a genius.
Drakken: Who needs M.C. what's her name?
Shego: Oh no.
Drakken: I know how I can ensure my productivity!
Shego: Oh please no.
Drakken: I am going to become a Hip-Hop star!
Judge: Our next contestant goes by the name of (making air quotes) "Dr. D. . ." Oh, joy.
Drakken: Yo. What up, dog?
Kim: (gasps) NO!
Ron: It can't be?!
Kim: And yet, it is.
Ron: You think your skin was crawling before?
Judge: Not only can you not sing, but your clothes are dreadful, and your freakish overbite scares small mammals.
(contestant opens mouth to reveal a rat-like overbite)
Rufus: AHH! (dives into Ron's pocket)
Ron: (about school papers) Did you start yours KP?
Kim: Um, Ron, I finished it. Three and a half weeks ago.
Ron: Oh man! I don't even have a topic.
Kim: Well, it's supposed to be autobiographical.
Ron: Yeah, I know. I kept waiting for it to write itself.
Kim: That's not what the auto. . . well never mind.
Ron: Knock knock.
Rufus: Who's there?
Kim: Invisible lair.
Ron: "Invisible lair" who?
Kim: Invisible lair right in front of us. Let's bust the bad guys!
Ron: I'm not really sure that works.
Kim: We are such lucky ducks.
Ron: No, they are. (indicates ducks swimming in a puddle)
Barkin: Do you have any idea the beaureaucratic nightmare entailed in having class outside?
This episode was originally supposed to air May 6, 2005, but a repeat airing of Dimesion Twist replaced it.
Animation by Rough Draft Korea co., LTD
The scene in Drakken's music video when Drakken jumps from a white background to a black background is lifted from the Paula Abdul music video for Straighten Up.
When Ron is rapping about Rufus, and Rufus pulls down his pants, it looks like the very famous logo for the company Coppertone.
Ron: . . .but I have a topic in my pocket.
This is a a redone line from one of Dr. Sueuss's book, There's a Wocket in my Pocket.
When Rap star M.C. Honey rejects Drakken's deal, it recalls Similar part from the film Honey (2003), in which Michael Ellis (David Moscow), the hip-hop video director asks Missy Elliott (herself) to be on a video, but Missy rejects it.
In this episode, the characters were watching a series entitled American Super Star. This series is a reference to American idol, in which there was even a rude judge who was designed to mirror Simon Cowell.
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