On Peter and Lois's trip to Las Vegas they see the Jew Man Group, a parody of the Blue Man Group playing the Jewish Hava Nagilah.
Peter is fast-forwarding to the commercials, and the one he’s watching is a parody of the American Diabetes Association with Wilford Brimley.
Peter states going with Meg on their last crusade, which refers to Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade where Peter identifies a coffee mug with the name Jesus on it as The Holy Grail.
When Chris cannot name the fourth member of Sex and the City (Charlotte), Lois orders a torturer called Endo to give him electroshocks. This is a reference to Lethal Weapon where Riggs is being tortured in the same manner by the same character.
There are at least two Star Wars references in the episode. The wipe directly following the RV crash is a standard wipe used in many Star Wars movies. A second reference is used when several Jawas are seen trying to steal Stewie's rental car. Stewie even speaks Jawanese proclaiming "Utini!" before quoting C-3PO from Star Wars Episode IV, "Filthy creatures."
When Stewie follows the taxi which Stu has taken, it is a parody of the car chase in the 1968 film Bullitt starring Steve McQueen.
When Stewie finds Stu in the trolley, Stu says "Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear, this is not good, this is very bad, very bad!" This is a reference to the film Rain Man during Raymond's emotional outburst about the hot water in the tub.
The name of the episode is a parody of a line from the children's song, "Bingo"; "Bingo was his name-o."