Hilarious in Hindsight: Jamie Foxx had plenty of opportunities to impersonate Ray Charles, especially since this was the time when Charles was promoting Diet Pepsi (even though David Alan Grier would usually play Ray Charles, as seen in such sketches as "Ray Charles in Charge" and "Career-Aid"). Foxx would later win an Oscar for doing the same thing, albeit in more dramatic fare.
- Jamie Foxx also impersonated Garrett Morris (Saturday Night Live's first token black cast member from the show's first five years) in a fake American Express commercial featuring Chris Rock (played by Shawn Wayans) — a couple years before Foxx would appear with Garrett Morris on the WB sitcom The Jamie Foxx Show.
- In the MC Hammer-skewering sketch "Too Sold Out to Quit", the joke of Hammer selling out to make himself wealthy ("The rules of being legit/Make a ton of money and then you can quit!") becomes this trope when Hammer ended up more than $10 million in debt the next year.
Fame, it don't last long/Look at Vanilla Ice, he is gone!
- There was a sketch called East Hollywood Squares, an urban-ized take on the famous game show. In 2013, MTV 2 debuted Hip-Hop Squares...an urban-ized take on the famous game show.
- The Milli Vanilli sketch (featuring a "Milli Vanilli Do It Yourself Kit") is a typically harsh Take That at the infamous duo, and ends with the line "So call now, because we are almost out of style!" Sure enough, it wouldn't even be half a year before the lip-sync scandal ignited, putting them out of style permanently.
- To quote Jim Carrey's take on Vanilla Ice, "What's your real name? / Robert Van Winkle / Why'd you change it? / Nothing rhymes with Winkle". Except possibly the name of the main villain from Carrey's breakthrough into movie stardom several years later.
- The Star Trek sketch featured Sulu complaining about how Captain Kirk gets all the girls and he gets none, ending with his enthusiasm at the prospect of getting some. Kinda hollow now, considering that George Takei came out of the closet...
- The recurring character named T-Dog Jenkins. On this show, however, T-Dog Jenkins was Jamie Foxx's reigning champion character on The Dirty Dozens.
- Jim Carrey's over-enthusiastic activist character these days wouldn't be out of place as a social justice warrior online.