** The episode’s title is a reference to a single of the same name by the Steve Miller Band.
** At different times, Peter and Quagmire had jobs as “Sandy Duncan’s glass eye. Duncan, a Broadway and television actress, underwent surgery for a brain tumor in 1972. She said that she lost sight in one eye and unconfirmed rumors persist that it was removed and replaced with a prosthetic.
** The chief says “Never had it, never will” and laughs. This was a commercial slogan for the 7 Up brand soft drink from the 1980’s, indicating that 7-Up was always caffeine-free.
** The chief says
** Peter asks Chris who was the female star of in the 1980’s detective series Remington Steele. Chris correctly points out that it was Stephanie Zimbalist.
** When Lois tries to recall which of the family’s acquaintances was in the Peace Corps, Peter suggests actor Beau Bridges who was never in the Peace Corps.
* TakeThat: To Kevin Federline in the cutaway of Peter working as Federline's magic mirror who gives him advice on how to be a douchebag.
** When Lois tries to recall which of the
-->'''Lou Gehrig''': (in a wheelchair) Well, I guess the joke's on ''me''.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At the beginning of the episode, Peter and his friends watch an episode of the HBO western drama Deadwood, which puns on the word wood, which is slang for erection.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At the beginning of the episode, Peter and his friends watch an episode of the HBO western drama Deadwood, which
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