The clown shown in Toki's childhood photo is dressed in the same clown makeup that serial killer John Wayne Gacy used while entertaining kids.
William Murderface: But I could've written any Dethklok song! I could've written any of them!
Nathan Explosion: But you didn't write any you didn't, though.
William Murderface: But I could have!
Nathan Explosion: But you didn't!
William Murderface: But l could have
Nathan Explosion: I could've invented, oh, yeah, the floor,you know, but I didn't.
William Murderface: But that doesn't mean you shouldn't get credit for inventing the floor!
Nathan Explosion: I -- that should mean that l don't get credit for it!
Dr. Rockso :(Jumping around with a knife in his hand)Oh, co-co-co my head!
Toki Wartooth: Dr. Rockso has withdrawls! Whats do we do?! Whats do we do?!
Pickles: I got it. (Takes out a gun and shoots Dr. Rockso).
Dr. Rockso: Ohh! (Falls down).
Toki Wartooth: You [bleep] killed him.
Pickles: Yeah, it's just an animal tranquilizer gun. You know, left over from the CD release party.
Toki Wartooth: Oh, yeah, that was a funs party.
Pickles: Yeah. It was a fun party.
Dr. Rockso : Dr. Rockso's partying right now, baby.
Announcer: He's a lunatic rebel with a hyperactive disorder and a license for rock with a permit to roll. His name is Dr. Rockso. He's the rock-'n'-roll clown, and he does cocaine. But who is the man behind the paint? He was the son of a physical therapist, a young boy with a penchant for trouble named Leonard Rocksteen. One day while looking in the newspaper, Rockso spotted something. It seemed that Zazz Blammymatazz was looking for a singer.
Bink: He just had the attitude. He was like a firecracker in clown paint.
Announcer: And they skyrocketed to fame almost immediately. The rock-'n'-roll clown was on top of the world.
Bink: But he insisted that he get paid in cocaine.
Dr. Rockso: I'm Doctor Rockso, the rock 'n' roll clown and I used to do cocaine!
Ofdensen: (feigning shock) Oh my gosh. What's going on here? Stop torturing him.
Dr. Rockso: (whimpering) Thank you! Thank you! You're an angel!
Ofdensen: Yes, yes. Yes I am. There, there. (saying sternly) Give him one more.
Murderface: (singing) A million miles from nowhere,
Dragon lance burns hot,
By the fire of a horse's ghost,
The Minnow would be lost.
A fish with tits.
Nathan Explosion (while reading off a sheet of paper to Dr Rockso): Dr Rockso, I hate you and I think you should die. You are an idiot, I hate your voice there's no room on this paper to properly describe how much I hate you, go die. There, is that good?
Devin Townsend, the founding member, guitarist and singer of band Strapping Young Lad lends his voice to play Bink Bonk Blammymatazz.
This episode aired with a TV-MA rating.
Nathan Explosion: All right, so let's hear it. Let's go, Simon and Garfunkel.
Skwisgaar Skwigelf: Ja, let's go,Loggins and Messina.
Nathan Explosion: Yeah, let's go, George and Ira Gershwin.
Skwisgaar Skwigelf: Ja, let's go, Rodgers and Hammerstein.
William Murderface: Why in the hell am I two people?
Nathan Explosion: Come on, let's go, Crosby, Stills & Nash.
Skwisgaar Skwigelf: And Youngs.
During this scene, Nathan and Skwisgaar make reference to several songwriters. Simon and Garfunkel: folk duo formed by Paul Simon and Arthur Garfunkel, better known for their song "Mrs. Robinson".
Loggins and Mesina: rock duo formed by Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina.
George and Ira Gershwin: brothers that composed together several Broadways songs like "I've Got a Crush on You" and "Embraceable You".
Rodgers and Hammerstein: duo formed by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II that wrote Broadway musicals in the ´40s and ´50s.
Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young): rock group formed by David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash, that ocassionally counted with Neil Young as a forth member.
Dr. Rockzo gets tortured with a similar device that Darth Vader used on Han Solo in "The Empire Strikes Back".
David Hasselhoff's Home Video
In the opening sequence, when Dr. Rockso is shown eating a hamburger while lying on the floor in his underwear, the sequence clearly parodies the David Hasselhoff home video released in the Spring of 2007, where Hasselhoff's daughter shot her drunken father shirtless and eating a hamburger while lying down.