Max, Babs, and Spoons are absent in this episode.
The slogan for Jack's pine scented perfume is Pine: Not the tree, the other kind.
When Jack goes to Leo's house, he is playing the same game he did in Candidacy of Dunces..
When Anton wants a virgin, the virgin he rejects is the same woman from Dragon Dueler.
Jack's Statistic: Only 9% of people claim that smell is their favourite sense.
Jack: So everything's back to normal, and it's all thanks to you for punching me in the nose. Thank you.
Betty: I'd do it anytime.
Man: (to Jack, and Anton about the new perfume, God's Feet) Shut up, assholes, and let us smell it!
Jack: Hey, Anton!
(Anton drops the test tube he was holding)
Assistant: Don't be upset about Jack, sir.
Anton Upset? Why would I be upset? Damn it!
Jack: (to Betty) I tried to cut out my nostrils, but I realized they already had holes!
Man: (about his hamster wheel hat) It represents the struggle of the hat industry.
Betty: It also represents how much of a knob you are.
Security Guard: Sorry sir, you...
(Bobby lifts his arms, making the scent of his body odor float to the security guard.)
Security Guard: (disgusted) Oh God! You're not human!
Leo: (to Jack, about Bobby's body odor) I think that Bobby is a sugarhead and he smells like dog sugar!
Jack: (disgusted) What's that smell?! Monkey? Ass? Monkey Ass?
Old Woman: Wow, that Betty sounds like a real prick.
Betty: Jack, you have one world class honker.
Man: (to Mime) That's it! Mime it, mime the hell out of it!
In the scene when Jack orders the surgeon to fix his nose, and give him the bottle of perfume is identical to the one in the first Batman. film when the Joker is trying to get his face repaired after falling into the vat of chemicals, and how he demants for the mirror.
Schnozzies seem to be refering to the Grammys, awards given to singers or preforming artists.
The Man Who Knew Too Much
The episode's title refers to the 1956 dramatic thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock.