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This episode's original broadcast date marks the 11th anniversary of s first broadcast.
Family Guy' Every one of the six main characters has an episode with their name in the title.
Billy Joel's 1973 "The Ballad of Billy the Kid" is played during Peter's rodeo fantasy.
Meg's delayed reaction after finding out she was going to jail mimics Chris's delayed reaction to shocking news.
Although she hadn't been seen since " Tales of a Third Grade Nothing", Peter pretends to talk to his boss Angela.
Peter breaks the fourth wall twice in this episode by looking it up in the TV Guide.
Meg hints at being a lesbian or bisexual after knocking out the cool kids. This was also hinted at in " Stew-Roids". She lifts Connie's head up and French kisses her. Though, this could also be a show of dominance.
While trying to avoid taking the blame for calling Meg a freak, the rest of the family blames it on Stewie. Stewie then addresses the running gag by saying "Oh so now everyone understands me?"
When Drunk Billy, the helicopter pilot for Quahog 5 News, runs over the water skiers in the montage, the Wilhelm Scream is heard.
Stewie mentions " Not All Dogs Go To Heaven" in setting up a cutaway of Satan condemning Goofy to the eternal pit of fire. Goofy even makes the shouting noise heard in many classic Disney cartoons.
When disciplining Meg, Peter says he's going to get his Cosby sweater.
When coming in the Meg's room when Luke is in the room, Peter asks Brian to call him on his Mickey Mouse phone.
Brian does a call back to " Brian Goes Back to College", when he says he used to work for .
The New Yorker The book the teacher is reading is a version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.
When Brian backs out the driveway, his Prius is running on the engine and not on the electric motor which is the primary low-speed operating position.