• The title is a reference to the song "Tea for Two" from the musical No, No, Nannette and Cheryl Tiegs, Quagmire's elusive lover who makes her first physical appearance.
  • The style in which Mr. Washee Washee and Peter fight is a reference of the Capcom fighting game Street Fighter II. The area in which they are fighting is E. Honda's stage.
  • Peter's speech and hanging himself is a reference to Brooks's death in The Shawshank Redemption.
  • The lighting of the beacons is a reference to The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King when Pippin lights the beacons to call Rohan to help defend Minas Tirith.
  • Quagmire's class and subsequent theft of Brian's true love is a reference to the 1960 book School for Scoundrels later made into a 2006 film of the same name.
  • When Mr. Washee Washee asks what is being served for dinner, Peter replies "Number 32", a reference to many Asian restaurants where the food is ordered by numbers from the menu.

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