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  • Despite Stewie's observation that with the sale of Thelma's old house, the last "white domino" on the block had fallen, the new home owner also proves to be Caucasian.
  • Peter's teenage porn collection contains unspecified materials that cause him to worry about being arrested.
  • In a video, teenage Peter speculates that as an adult, both he and Doogie Howser must be getting a lot of "ass," a notable miscalculation in that Neil Patrick Harris is openly homosexual.[1]
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  • Chris ditches Shakespeare In The Park for 2 Broke Girls In The Park.
  • Peter's jobs at the Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory, as a fisherman and at the Pawtucket Brewery is brought up by his teenage self as he optimistically looks forward to not working any of several dead-end jobs that Peter did actually obtain.
  • Teenage Peter starts to play Conway Twitty's "Only Make Believe" until adult Peter cuts it off, calling it annoying. He later plays Kenny Loggin's "Danger Zone" while playing with nun-chucks.
  • The songs that Peter listens to in his car include "Iris" by the Goo Goo Dolls and Pharrell Williams' "Happy".
  • Brian tries to pass off The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath as being written by Spider-Man to Chris, but returns to find Chris with his head in the oven. Lois had previously dropped a similar suicide hint to Meg in "Stew-Roids" by giving her a Plath novel and sleeping pills.
  • A cutaway features Mumford & Sons and specifically shows Marcus Mumford and his father. In actuality, Mumford is a member of the band, but all the other members are the same age as him and aren't related to him.
  • Brian incorrectly claims that Portnoy's Complaint by Philip Roth is about a man complaining about noise from a port when it is actually about a young Jewish man's sexual misadventures.[2]

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