• In the release poster, Anna's hair is seen as a ginger, but in the episode itself her hair is blonde.
  • The car driven by Boothbishop is a green BMC Austin Mini, an iconic 1960s British vehicle and the original compact car. This design has been updated by Germany's BMW into the MINI, a larger and more modern vehicle, retaining the original iconic design image. True to reality, Boothbishop's Mini has the steering wheel on the right, allowing hand-to-hand swordfights with Peter, who sits on the left of his US car.
  • When Peter's car hits the telephone pole, the electrician does the Wilhelm Scream.
  • The ambiguity of Brian's anthropomorphism arises again. In this episode, when Brian is unwell, he is taken to the vet, whereas, in "Brian Sings and Swings", when he was injured by Peter's careless reversing, Brian was taken to the hospital and treated by Dr. Hartman.
  • During Busy Business Lady Whose Life Is Missing Something But She Doesn't Realize It Because She's So Busy With Business, the music playing is Coldplay's song "Clocks".
  • Chris uses the same tactics of 'treating a woman like dirt' on Anna that Stewie used on Olivia in "Chick Cancer", but with less pleasant results.
  • Another mention of O.J. Simpson is made, this time implicating Peter in the murders of Simpson's wife and friend.
  • This episode again references the sexual act known as a "Cleveland steamer" or coprophilia. Lois corrects Chris, who instead of saying he has been dumped by Anna, says she "dumped on" him. Fortunately Lois gives up trying to explain the latter in graphic detail to Chris.
  • When Peter is engaging in the pirate fight along the street, a passing car goes between them, going the opposite way. However, the lines on the road are white, showing that it is a one-way street.

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