• 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."

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