• This episode marks the final television performance of Dennis Farina.
  • Peter sets up a cutaway of having his prostate examined. Peter previously had his prostate examined in "Stewie Loves Lois".
  • Tomik's last name is revealed as "Pjölck." Tomik confirms that he has a gig at CBS as a comedy writer on the show Wizard Robot and His Less Successful Friend with Bruce Helford, which Lois watches towards the end of the episode.
  • Peter's travel montage is set to "I've Been Everywhere" by Johnny Cash.
  • After Peter replaces the TV with the bookcase, he offers reading Frankenstein and Jane Eyre as respective alternatives to watching The Walking Dead and New Girl. The bookcase also contains the Song of Ice and Fire series, the basis for Game of Thrones.
  • Brian confuses 15th century publisher/printer Johannes Gutenberg for Steve Guttenberg.
  • Joe reveals that his porn name, commonly formed by using the name of your childhood pet and the street you grew up on, is "Shubha Prabhātam," which is Sanskrit for "Good Night."[1]
  • Peter presents to the kids three words that sound dirty but aren't in order to try to keep them from giggling, including "Balzac", "Homo erectus" and "Spotted dick."
  • Peter reveals that the film Battleship is still showing in theaters in Tucson.
  • The "Cross-Country Grandparent" cutaway is used in the table read for "Yug Ylimaf" on the Family Guy Volume 12 DVD set following Stewie's discovery that he is about to be unborn.
  • Peter says that the Tuscon Philharmonic holds wet t-shirt contests with chocolate milk. In real life, Tuscon doesn't have a philharmonic.

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