The pigeons on the Justice of the Peace statue outside the courthouse are the Goodfeathers characters from Animaniacs.
The size and shape of the hole in the boss's desk changes back and forth.
Brain: Utilizing satellite technology and these alligator clips, we will redirect all global telephone communication into an endless voice mail system. Once a person is on the line, the array and the amount of choices will render them occupied, busy, and unable to defend the Earth for a full 72 hours. More than enough time for a well-prepared mouse to take over the planet!
Brain: You have a choice. You can listen closely and provide assistance or you can find your head inside a walnut shell.
Pinky: Hmm, world domination. Walnut shell. World domination. (Brain puts his head inside a walnut shell) Or walnut shell?
Brain: Man has an evil side, Pinky.
Pinky: Which one? Front, or back?
Brain: Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering?
Pinky: I think so Brain, but I get all clammy inside the tent.
Brain: Sigmund Freud would have had a field day with you, Pinky.
Pinky: Oh, he liked sports then, did he?
One line was changed after the first airing of this episode. What is heard now as: "There must be a way to get this money without running for Congress." originally was: "There must be a way to get this money without working for Eisner."
This cartoon was first aired as part of episode 2. The gag credit for this episode is: Ultracrepidarianism = Giving opinions outside of one's knowledge.
Animation by Akom Production Company.
The opposing lawyer in the courtroom scenes was a take on actor Christopher Walken.
Punk: Oh, we've got a real funny man. A regular Gallagher, eh?
Brain: You think Gallagher is funny?
Gallagher was a stand-up comedian popular in the 1980's, best known for routines of smashing watermelons and other large objects on stage with a mallet.
Episode Title: Of Mouse And Man.
The title of this episode is a reference to John Steinbeck's classic novel Of Mice and Men.