Book #10 of The Dresden Files sees the return of the Denarians, conflict with both Faerie Courts, and a hidden plot for much higher stakes than Harry'd ever suspected. Can Chicago's top wizard wisecrack his way out of this one?
One of them one-ups the Big Bad Wolf by smashing through a brick wall.
Harry calls Thomas's huge, pseudo-military Hummer "Das Truck", in a possible oblique reference to Das Boot.
Riding home in the back of Michael's truck, soaked and freezing, Harry starts feeling like a Charles Dickens character.
Re-read the scene in which Harry and Nicodemus are in the boat, then compare it with the final fight between Malcolm and the Operative in Serenity.
Harry calls Kincaid "Wild Bill" when the mercenary nearly gets provoked to violence by Nicodemus.
Murphy threatens Harry in the style of The Honeymooners after he cracks one too many short jokes.
"Pow, Dresden. Right to the moon."
Toot-toot does a full-blown parody of Full Metal Jacket: "This is my box-knife. There are many who like it, but this one is mine."
The original quote comes from the Rifleman's Creed which apparently was/is a genuine part of US Marine doctrine. Toot-toot is probably more likely to have seen the movie though, particularly since Harry attributes it to the movie when he hears Toot-toot say it.
Toot-toot's "uniform" includes boots filched from a Ken doll or vintage G.I. Joe.