"Oooh, a lesson in not changing history from Mr. I'm My Own Grandpa! Let's get the hell out of here already! Screw history!"
Lister: At some point after the baby's born we must go back in time and leave me under the pool table at the Aigburth Arms. We wrote Ouroboros on the box to explain! I'm my own father... and Kris is my ex-girlfriend and my mum!
Cat: You should write a letter to Playboy, bud. I bet you anything it'd get printed.
Jamie: Let's go into town and hang out in a local bar.
Adam: So we can meet our own grandmothers and try to become our own grandfathers?!
Jamie: I was going to say so we can think about our options.
Adam: I've already thought about them.
Adam: This is terrible! We wanted to be our own grandfathers, but now we're each others' grandfathers!
Jamie: Ah, but we're our own great-great-grandfathers!
Adam: Oh, good point. Cool!
When I hear pop cultural references in a film that takes place in Arabia, I think of Aladdin. But this was being made before Aladdin. Apparently, Disney animators drew influence from this movie when it was being made that helped Aladdin get off the ground. And after that came out, the new producers of this film drew influence from Aladdin. So Aladdin ripped off this, only to have this rip off Aladdin. Basically, the film is a product of animated inbreeding. Suddenly, this is all starting to make more sense, isnít it?