When Naboo goes to the board of shamen the people seated at the table are (from left to right) the Green-faced witch is played by Noel Fielding's mother, Kirk is played by Noel Fielding's nephew, the head of the board of shamen is played by Julian Barratt (Howard Moon), Saboo is played by Richard Ayoade, Tony Harrison is played by Noel Fielding (Vince Noir) and the old warlock is played by Julian Barratt's father.
Electro pop duo Robots In Disguise reappear in this episode, this time playing the two goths that the Boosh lads are trying to hook up with.
UK goth heroes The Cure are multi-referenced in this episode. First of all Vince claims that the strongest hair spray available, Goth Juice, is made from the tears of Robert Smith (The Cure's founder and singer) while at the the end the Moon sings The Cure's hit Love Cats. There is also mention of 'the forest' during this goth-soaked ep, possibly (or possibly not) a reference to The Cure's early track A Forest.
Vince: How are we gonna find that old lady? She could be anywhere.
Howard: An old Comanche Indian saying; "The best place to hide a leaf is in the forest."
Vince: You think she's in the forest?
Vince: Goth Juice... the most powerful hairspray known to man. Made from the tears of Robert Smith.
Nanatoo: Blood on the walls of the London town. Satan's evil in a nylon gown.
The Moon: When you are the moon the best form you can be is the full moon. And then a half moon, he's alright, but the full moon is the famous moon. And then, like, three quarters, no one cares about him. When does he come? Two days in a calendar month? He's useless. Full moon. The moon. The main moon.
Bingo caller: 62 avian flu, number 62. Two bloody stumps number 11. Shish, bang, boom, bally, bally, boo, boo number 28. Howdy doody, bouncing clown, number 75.
Vince changes his name to Obsidian Blackbird McKnight to impress two goth girls he has met, the name is an allusion to the Dutch progressive death metal band of the same name.