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An eagle neighbor whose name is Pierce... and whose Verbal Tic is "hawkeye.". There's also a frog named Jeremiah (whose portrait in Wild World states that he is, in fact, a bullfrog, with it pointing out that "blue frog" and "bullfrog" sound similar, due to his blue color).
There's a toad named Wart Jr.
Apparently one of the more active Something Awful forum members assisted in the English translation of Wild World. He managed to slip in some subtle references to Internet Memes as well.
Sow Joan, the seller of Turnips (treasured for their stalks on the market), who's been in the business for as long as Dow Jones has been on the Stock Market.
Gulliver the seagull may mention that his stomach hurts because of "a wafer-thin mint" that he shouldn't have eaten when he was already full, and that he'll never forgive the waiter.
In New Leaf, when describing a country famous for tulips and windmills, he comments about the windmills blowing the tulips away, then wonders if windmills actually " work that way".
He also mentions Isle Delfino and Ricco Harbor in some conversation pieces and may say these lines:
(after player agrees to help):
I haven't met such a noble skipper since old
Bobbery of Rogueport! Go K.K. Rider is not only a reference to the entire Kamen Rider series, but its basically a chiptune rendition of the theme to Kamen Rider V3! And it actually syncs up too!
There's an anteater named Cyrano.
There's a horse named Ed.
"I caught a popeyed goldfish! Aw, look... He wants his spinach..."
The same reference was made in New Leaf: "I caught a popeyed goldfish! It should have eaten its spinach!"
"I caught a loach! You don't suppose its Hylian, do you?"
One possible resident is a pink monkey named Nana. Her catchprase? "Popo!"
Eating a Famous Mushroom (a red mushroom with white spots) causes you to grow big for a second then revert to normal size; appropriate sound effects included! See for yourself here.
Animal Crossing Plaza extremely resembles the WaraWara Plaza, and in fact was explicitly described as the Animal Crossing equivalent.
Fortune Cookie prizes in New Leaf are all from other Nintendo games or even Nintendo products, but as an extra, when you equip a clothing item from the list you get an appropriate sound effect, too!
Sometimes when you cut down a tree in New Leaf, a Triforce can be seen on the stump.
If you open up another villager's storage unit, you'll sometimes get the message " You found 100 Rupees! But you can't use them here."
Another message questions "What are Luigi's clothes doing in here?"
The Triforce item in New Leaf plays the harp sound from the opening of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past when touched.
A villager named Alfonso always wears the "Big Bro Shirt", his catch phrase is " it's a me"
There's a rabbit named O'Hare.
Leif, the sloth in charge of the gardening center, often talks about "happy" trees, bushes, and flowers.
In New Leaf, Jingle calls himself " Jingle the Black-Nosed Reindeer".
If you build a Snowboy perfectly in New Leaf, he'll tell you that he thinks everyone is checking him out—because "I look soooooo goooood!"
Uchi villagers, when they have a shovel equipped, may say "Digging holes is a lot of fun! Once, I even saw a dwarf!"
In City Folk, Kapp'n's trophy from can be seen near Kapp'n himself while riding on the bus.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl Goldie's picture quote in Wild World onwards: "I'm really into that Lab on the cover of Nintendogs. He's pretty dreamy." To be specific, she's referring to the labrador retriever on the box art of Nintendogs: Labrador & Friends.
The Creepy Clock furniture item is almost identical to the "13-hour clock" from .
The Haunted Mansion In the days leading up to Groundhog Day, some characters will say that someone should make a movie about Groundhog Day.
Kind of a stretch but one of the pig villagers is named Kevin. ?
Kevin Bacon Jack could be a shoutout to Jack Skellington who was the king of Halloween, [[ Jack Pumpkinhead]] who was a living man made of wood with a pumpkin for a head, or simply The Wizard of Oz named after a Jack-o-Lantern