The music used in this episode was:
Love Hurts (1975) by Nazareth;
Behind Closed Doors (1973) by Charlie Rich;
Don't Pull Your Love (Out) (1971) by Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds;
When Will I Be Loved (1974) by Linda Ronstadt.
Fez: I am so cold. The snow has stolen my manhood.
Gus: So tell me, did it hurt?
Gus: When you fell down from heaven!
Kelso: No, I'm fine.
Donna (to Eric and Hyde, about Fez): Could one of you put his pants on?
Kitty: Honey, I put some sandwiches in your duffel bag. Now, um, why do you need such a big bag of oregano?
Eric: Donna's Italian.
Fez: I am a winter nymph! I love the snow! Hooray America! (he passes out in the snow)
(about the bottle of Amaretto Hyde gave him)
Fez: Mmm! Liquid candy!
The license plate validation sticker is dated 1977.
Fez: Hyde, watching you fail over and over... it is like Charlie Brown and the football.
This is a reference to the Charles M. Schulz comic strip Peanuts which began in 1950 and is still published in newspapers today. A recurring theme in the strip has Lucy holding a football for Charlie Brown to kick, but pulling it away at the last second.
Hyde: Spy vs. Spy, man, they kill me.
Spy vs. Spy was a feature in Mad Magazine, a satirical humor magazine which began in 1952 and is still published today.