Wayne's first venture into commercial television is irritating him, and he's not too fond of his new sponsor. He asks the head tech, "Can I borrow your marker? I need to make some notes." And he takes the stage, ready to interview the sponsor with some carefully prepared messages on the backs of the cue cards.
HE BLOWS GOATS. I HAVE PROOF
The interesting - and awkward - scene featuring Alice Cooper and his penchant for the history of Milwaukee.
Cassandra comes home with records she got at a garage sale and Wayne isn't impressed by her copy of "Frampton Comes Alive". "Everybody in the world has 'Frampton Comes Alive'. If you lived in the suburbs you were issued it. It came in the mail with samples of Tide."
The same scene has mentions of Faberge shampoo (specifically their "and they tell two friends" commercials) and Calgon.
The mock martial arts fight. "Could you hold on? I have call waiting."
When Garth and Honey arrive back at her home after their date, Honey puts on some soft, romantic music. Garth, oblivious to the fact that she's seducing him, asks if she has any Megadeth.
Wayne, to Milton during the roadie training:
Wayne: You're worthless! You're less than nothing! What's keeping you here? You don't belong here! Why don't you just quit? Milton: 'Cause I got no place else to go!
The first time Wayne has a vision of a naked Native American in his apartment, he's blinded by a flash of light when he's transported to the desert. Later in the film, he's visited by the Native American a second time. This time, he's ready for the flash and covers his eyes before being transported to the desert.
During the parody of The Graduate, Wayne enters the wrong church. It turns out there are two churches across the street from each other that look exactly the same, except that the names are slightly different.
The scene with Handsome Dan, who isn't as handsome as his name suggests. Wayne and Garth plug Waynefest on his show, but quickly realize that Dan's barely listening while he loads more tapes.
Wayne: You're not listening, are you? Dan: Uh-huh. Wayne: I could say anything, like "you're a complete tool". Dan: Uh-huh. Wayne: You wouldn't hear, 'cause you're a freak with a microphone. Dan: Uh-huh. Wayne: It's not challenging any more. It's like shooting fish in a barrel. True, Sphincter Boy? Dan: Uh-huh.
Wayne: "I'm just gonna to stay here and lick the cat's butt."