This episode was originally registered under the title "Peter Strokes His Meat".
Brian and Stewie watch One Tree Hill, poking fun at the High School angst which forms the basis of many similar series.
When Stewie successfully attempts to get along with the cool kids at Meg's school he remarks that he has become a bigger hit with the kids than Will Smith's "nice clean rap". The scene then cuts to Smith implausibly recording a rather educative and well-behaved song.
When Peter is not happy with the fact he is suffering a stroke, he is approached by Wimpy, also suffering a stroke. Wimpy, famous for saying, "I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today," is a character from the Popeye comic strip and cartoons.
In the car, Peter sings along to R.E.M.'s "It's the End of the World As We Know It", his recent stroke causing the already rapid-fire lyrics to become even more muddled.
When Peter gets a lifetime supply of burgers he says that it's a way better offer than the one he got from Helen Hunt. The scene then cuts to show Peter and Hunt at a bar where Hunt asks if Peter wants to have sex and he refuses.
When told about Anal Point by Brian, Stewie states he'd rather be the "parking space" than the "car", indicating his preference in gay male sexual intercourse.
When Stewie gets out of Connie's car the license plate says D'amico the Italian version of her last name.
When Peter walks out of the house to get in the car, the blue license plate is missing from the car's rear bumper.
When Brian and Stewie place their bet that Stewie could become the most popular kid in high school, they agree that the time period Stewie had is a week in which to do it. Peter's story takes over three months to complete.
The DVD animatic shows a comeback against South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone that was planned for this episode. They were to be seen at Anal Point, but this was dropped as Seth felt it was weak.