Hope: Don't worry. I know you're gonna do great.
Josh: (nervously) Thanks, so are you.
Hope: (awkward pause) I'm... going to go for laundry.
Josh: (stammering) I know... I know... and you're gonna knock that outta the park.
Marty: (reading Josh's new script) I love that sentence I just read... 'Mike, late-twenties, picks up his mail.' How do you come up with that stuff?
Mickey: Numbnuts was about a group of people in a mental institution.
Saul: Uh huh... and you thought by making them sane and moving them to a beach house on the Jersey shore that that was... that was going to fool me?
Astrid: Are you asking me to fill in for you? Oh... I'd love to, but why me?
Jesus: Well, I profiled every tenant and you're the most qualified. You're personable, you're efficient, and... you have no job.
Both Saul and Marty pat Josh on the butt before his big meeting and he doesn't like it. This is another reference to a former TV sitcom, in this case, the Friends episode where Chandler's boss keeps patting him on the butt, much to Chandler's dislike.
The fictional hit series that Saul believes was stolen from him by his ex-partner, Housemates appears to be a hybrid of four real TV shows - Full House (190 episodes), Going Places (a 1990, three-episode, ensemble, shoreside sitcom) and The Sopranos and House (two big TV hits set in New Jersey).