- When the moonfish form the shape of a sailing ship, they start singing "Got a whale of a tale to tell you, lads..."
- "Heeeeeeere's Brucie!"
- "Swiiim awaaay!". Also several others.
- Speaking of Monty Python, there's an added joke about a character named Bruce having an Australian accent.
- Bruce was the nickname Spielberg gave the animatronic shark, though not the name of the shark itself.
- "A mindless eating machine" was also how sharks were described in Jaws.
- And the torpedo sliding into Bruce's mouth is reminiscent of the shark in Jaws with the air tank in his mouth
- The "Psycho" Strings and the gulls surrounding Nigel, Dory and Marlin like a certain scene in The Birds...and it's been said Pixar don't reference other movies!
- There's also P. Sherman's address, 42 Wallaby Way.
- Doubling as an Actor Allusion, Gill's scars◊ are almost identical to the ones Tom Berenger◊ sported in Platoon.
- Pearl, Nemo's little octopus schoolmate ("You guys made me ink!") bears strong resemblance to Pinky the ghost from Pac-Man. Ditto for her dad.
- While excaping from Bruce, Dory sees a sign labeled "escape" and pronounces it as "es-ca-pay."
- At one point, Nigel refers to the dentist as "Diver Dan" - a reference to Australian dramedy Sea Change.
- In the process of getting Nemo's name wrong, Dory names at least two of The Marx Brothers - Chico and Harpo.
- In an odd sort of Theme Naming, Crush and his son Squirt are named after fruity soft drinks.
- There's a boat in the Sydney harbor in named "iBoat" in homage to Pixar/Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
- In the dentist's waiting room, a Buzz Lightyear doll can be seen on the floor, and a boy is reading a Mr. Incredible comic book.
- One outtake had Dory sleep muttering "Big money, no Whammies!"
Shout Out / Finding Nemo