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Notice that the production number of this episode (RABF09) appears on Ms. Cantwell's license plate when she arrives in her car.
Here is a list of the work out magazines Marge finds in Abe's storage unit:
Here is a list of the TV shows that Homer flipped through before landing on Storage Battles:
American Tattoo Burner-Offers
Wheelchair Thieves of Beverly Hills
One Big Happy Hobo Taxidermy Family
Everglades Gay Wedding Chapel
Cough Syrup Bandits
American Junk Piercers
Tiny-Horses, Tiny Glue Factory
Toddlers and Tarantulas
Porn Hoarders Texas
Historically, Sherri and Terri seem to have a problem of being separated from each other. However, in "Bye Bye Nerdy" one of the twins are seen by herself in swim class with Lisa.
Pulling the fire alarm would not activate the building's sprinkler system. Instead, it would be the other way around (the sprinkler activating the fire alarm system when set off.)
In Grampa's flashback, Homer is six and Chief Wiggum is an adult, but he and Homer are seen to be around the same age in "The Way We Weren't".
Ending credits are written in cursive, and music played is from 1929 George Olsen's "That's You, Baby" song.
The production code for this episode PABF18 is seen as the license plate # on Marge's new car.
When the Simpsons came out of the black hole, Homer still has his left with long fingers. But when he points out to the aliens that the stuff is all junk, his left hand no longer has long fingers.
The announcer canceled the show because he said that the people wanted Romeo and Juliet, not feuding families, except Romeo and Juliet is about feuding families.
When the camera pulls back into outer space, it passes by a small asteroid, with Leela and Fry from Futurama standing on it. The way Fry is standing on the small asteroid is reminiscent of the cover of the book "The Little Prince".
The people on the island in the TV show "Stranded" find a message written in an alien language on a rock. The alien language is that which is used in Futurama, and the message says "WATCH FUTURAMA THURSDAY AT 10"
With Brent Spiner's guest appearance, this episode marks the second time a former cast member of Star Trek: The Next Generation has made a guest appearance. The first time was the season six episode "Homer the Great," which featured a guest appearance by Patrick Stewart.
When Mona starts the movie showing the flashback to Homer's past, the old-style film countdown leader ends with "1." Real-life film leader countdowns usually do not show "1," in most cases they stop right at "2" (though some earlier leaders stopped at "3".)
The Simpsons' dream spoofs/parodies Inception movie.
Smither uses a gun to take out the sentry guns like in Portal game series.
In this episode, it's learned that Marge's birthday is March 19th.
Music: Scala & Kolacny Brothers' cover of Radiohead's Creep (also heard in The Social Network).
In 2 pictures, Lisa is seen with lesbian partners.
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