The title is a reference to Mc Lovin' from Superbad. America even brings up a fake I.D. with the name Mc Lovin' on it at the end of the chapter.
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series is refrenced when Spandam and Fukurou say the most famous lines of Seto Kaiba and Rebecca Hawkins' satanic teddy bear ("Screw the rules, I have money", and "Your mother plays Card Games in Hell", respectively).
America's line, "So, Toris, are you feeling like searching for a shota kidnapped pirates or reading another Asian romance novel?", references two other fanfics by Oxenstierna D. Yuki-Rin, Geishas Of Winter and Scott Pilgrim Vs Snow Flower And The Secret Hall Pass, which are parodies of Asian romance novels set in Asia (mainly China) or major Asian-American neighbothoods in the U.S.
The search party goes to Hueco Mundo Casino Resort, which brings up some references to Bleach.
The Capricorn Pirates sing two songs by the Black Eyed Peas - "My Humps" and "Let's Get it Started".
Yuki-Rin and Heathcliffe make refrences to the upcoming Flogging Molly and Panic! At the Disco albums.
During the scene in 7-11, America and Shikamaru chat about the Dallas Cowboys.
America jokes that he will sail on the Queen Anne's Revenge as punishment for hanging out with the enemy. The Queen Anne's Revenge was Blackbeard's ship. It is also a song by Flogging Molly, the authoress' favorite band.
America tells Sweden that he, Canada, and Prussia will be at the coffee shop faster than you can say "IKEA".
After Romano closes the door on the Sket-dan, Switch pulls out a box of Girl Scout cookies (Samoas, to be exact).
The chapter title ("The Sweet, Far, Literal Escape Thing") references the third book of the Gemma Doyle trilogy, "The Sweet, Far Thing", and the Gwen Stefani song "The Sweet Escape", which is sung in the chapter.