Episode 2: An annotator notices that Donovan Bane's voice actor is Garry Chalk, who also voices Dr. Robotnik in Sonic Underground. However, the ensuing quotes invoke the version from Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, such as calling out for Scratch and Grounder.But wait! That's not too far off, since Grounder is also Chalk.
Episode 10: Donovan whirls his sword in a circle while singing "I whip my sword back and forth", referencing the Willow Smith song "Whip My Hair".
Someone says the Brand X army is made up of Ultraman fanatics from their arm movements.
Bison shrouds himself in a magnetic barrier and copies Magneto's taunts from the X-Men arcade game.
Bison adapts a line from Shampoo's hit song "Trouble": "Something's come along and it's burst my bubble (yesh, yesh)"
This episode's story editor is Roger Slifer the Sky Dragon. Seriously! (Roger was executive producer for the anime and the card was renamed in his honor. Suddenly that one gag from The Abridged Series makes sense.)
Episode 11: The live-action dancing sequence is transformed into a round of Bust a Groove, complete with "Fever Time!" at the end.
Episode 14: A series of annotations simulate the panel of Dragon's Den unanimously declaring "I'm out" as the brothers' cleaning product fails to perform.
Episode 36: Two instances of AM's "hate" speech from I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream: the first is said by the scarecrow in the brothers' shop during the first live-action segment, and the second is attributed to the Toad effigy during the latter half of the cartoon.
Episode 52 had the brothers co-piloting a mech-suit, which naturally led to lots of Pacific Rim references.