Mother, Olive Oyl, Princess
Dog, Himself, Rookie Monster
The clucking song normally sung by the Robot Chicken during the end credits isn't heard in this episode. Instead, it is replaced by the ending theme for The Price Is Right.
In the credits, Kristin Chenoweth's name is misspelled as "Kristin Chenowith."
Tiny: Just let me eat my pizza in peace.
Princess: That's not pizza. That's the cardboard disk you microwave the pizza on.
Tiny: I gotta stop eating macaroni and cheese with every meal. It's nature ass cork.
Snoop Dog: F*ck you Bob Barker
Mother: If you give a mouse a cookie, he'll want a glass milk. If you give him some milk, he'll want more. If you give a mouse more milk, he'll develop a taste for human blood. If he develops a taste for human blood, he'll become a vampire. If he becomes a vampire, he'll have to make followers. Now, if he makes some followers, they'll need to feed. If they feed too much, the national guard will be called out. If the national gaurd is called out, they, too, will become fodder for the vampires. If the national guard fails, the President will call in a nuclear strike. If a nuke is dropped, hundreds of thousands of people will die. America will become a nuclear wasteland and collapse. With no one to keep the rest of the world's nukes in check, every crackpot nation will launch their own. Eventually the entire earth will be destroyed. And that's why I had to kill Daddy. He was giving a mouse a cookie. (laughs) Sleep well, sweetie.
Ents running past little girl
Girl: Run, Forest, Run.
Adam Savage: Today's myth - The holocaust.
Bob Barker was approached to voice himself in this episode, but declined. Instead, Jonathan Lipow voices him here.
Stoop!d Monkey logo: Spoopid Monkey is in a sushi bar with a squid on his head and a sharp knife.
Adult Swim Fix airdate: August 17, 2007
The girl saying "Run Forest Run" is taken from the movie Forest Gump.
Episode Title: Squaw Berry Shortcake
The episode title is a parody of the 1980's cartoon series, Strawberry Shortcake.
Near the end of the Mythbusters sketch, they use weapons similar to the weapons to the Ghostbusters.
If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
The "If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, he'll want a glass go milk..." sketch parodies the 1985 children's book titled 'If You Give A Mouse A Cookie' by Laura Joffe Numeroff. The first line and the linear, yet non-logical concept is similar to the style of the book itself.
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