Actor Allusion: Officer Earl Devereaux is voiced by Mr. T, and his character sure acts a lot like him. One of his lines also includes a variation on "I pity the fool." He has a bald spot which is the exact opposite of Mr. T's bald head with Mohawk, and T-shaped facial hair. Not to mention that during the food flood as he's carrying his wife and son on a raft, he jumps through a fallen tortilla chip and comes out the other side, a "T"-shaped hole visible right behind him.
Not to mention Baby Brent, Joe Towne and Flint himself — all recognizable as Saturday Night Live castmembers at the time. As of 2012, Flint's voice actor — Bill Hader — is the only one who's still a cast member on SNL (though, as of season 38 [2012-2013], Hader now joins Forte and Samberg as an ex-cast member). Will Forte, the voice of Joe Towne, left the show after its 35th season while Andy Samberg, the voice of Baby Brent, left the show after the 37th season.
And Al Roker as the WNN anchor!
Neil Flynn also has a brief role as a WNN producer.