Shout Out: On The Precipice Of Divorce
- The title of the chapter ("Put Ya Guns On!") is a refrence to Date Masamune's many Engrish catchphrases.
- Parts of the chapter seem very similar to scenes in the book Shanghai Girls.
- Gilbert's mystery bride hopes that she does not end up in a parody of an Asian romance novel or Maison Ikkoku.
- Roderich, Elizabeta, and Gilbert make Holland and Talho's romance sound like the romance between David Beckham and Posh Spice.
- Roderich sings Lou Bega's "Mambo #5". The names of the girls in the song have been changed to names of various anime girls.
- Right after singing "Mambo #5", Roderich sings a part of the "Weird Al" Yankovic parody of the song.
- The wedding guests perform a big song-and-dance number set to the Spice Girls song "Spice Up Your Life".