- To Homestuck, here. The title and Alt Text give it away.
- The link on the Cloudcuckoolander reference may feature a shoutout to South Park.
- And this link features a callsign, KPET, that was also used by the webcomic Newshounds.
- This link is an obvious shoutout to Garfield as Tiger tries to ship an annoying pup to the United Arab Emirates, of which Abu Dhabi is the capital.
- OOGAH BOOGAH BOOGAH! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
- Homestar Runner gets a few, including "Tish, You!", the word "nudule", and a Peanut◊ Heroic BSoD.
- Hi I'm Daisy!
- The entire "Thematic Arc of Questionable Quality" is an homage to some of the better-known strips from Calvin and Hobbes.
- Possibly to Fiddler on the Roof, since that's where we first see Fiddler.
- "And this is my other brother Daryl." (sic)
- Following up on the theme naming of the rest of the Sandwich family, Mrs. Sandwich's name was revealed to be Jill in reference to the "Jill Sandwich" meme from Resident Evil.
- Some ad buttons for the comic use the quote "Dogs and cats, living together - Mass Hysteria"
- Bino regifts Sasha with a number of presents, including a "tiny piano like the Peanuts guy". Later on he and Sasha take up positions similar to those of Lucy and Schroeder as he listens to her play.
- In one of the alt texts, Spo describes all the ways one can prepare cheese.
- Kevin has a Road Rovers poster up in his gym.
- The infamous "Dogs playing poker" painting is recreated here.
- This strip makes a reference to Alex Armstrong from Fullmetal Alchemist
- One of Stanley D'Angelo's voice mail messages is for a Henry, Jr.
- Playing the Doctor in the Imaginate version of And Then There Were None, Marvin says both "I'm a Doctor, not an Electrician'' , and "He's dead, Jim".
- The first and last names of Joel Robinson (AKA King) are a nod to a certain janitor shot into space.
- At the end of "Heaven's Not Enough, Part 3", an apparently repentant Pete's shirt reads as a quote from Blade Runner.
- The title to this comic is a reference to the Talking Heads song Once in a Lifetime.
- We get a second one in the dialogue of this comic:Maxwell: HOW DID I GET HERE
- We get a second one in the dialogue of this comic:
- The song Red Red Wine gets one in this comic.
- Gotta Push Them Mall
- In the comic Thats Tragedy there are multiple of shoutouts to Looney Tunes both in the comic and its alt text.
- Heaven holds a place for those who pray / Hey, hey, hey.
- The alt text in this comic is a shoutout to Discworld. The strip title references The Princess Bride.
- Monty Python:
- The title of this strip is a shout-out to NetHacknote .
- This comic shows the fursona of KaiserNeko from Team Four Star.
- When Maxwell asks Mungo how he got so strong, Mungo's reply sounds familiar.
- A reference to Mary Poppins is made by Tarot while King is looking for a babysitter for his pups. It's followed by a brief and casual conversation between Tarot and King that is as awkward as you would expect considering their history. She doesn't even bother inquiring about the babysitting gig.Tarot: Sure is windy today.
King: Kinda, yeah.
Tarot: Well, see ya.
- When the Wolf pups are finally named, one of them picks North Star, after that one anime that had that one buff dude making people explode.
- When Grape and Max become totally sweet ninjas for the second Temple Crashers arc, Maxwell's outfit bears a strong resemblance to Strider Hiryu's.
- During the Guys and Dolls pastiche, Grape/Sarah's protest signs read "Down With This Sort of Thing" and "Careful Now".
- Jasper, the mostly silent blue cat, has the same name as the eponymous cat in Jasper and Jinx, before they were renamed Tom and Jerry. In his three appearances, the second features Jinx and an unnamed Toodles Galore counterpart, and the third is a string of mostly unseen Tom and Jerry references.
- A brief arc of three strips involves a novelty music group backed by the ferrets who want to be taken more seriously: Alan and the Ground Squirrels.
- "HEY MAGMA BREATH! I HAVE ONE QUESTION! ARE YOU A GOD?"The Forgotten: No, it is—
Res: THEN DIE.
- This strip starts to make a reference to The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, before being rudely interrupted by Grape.Grape: Res?!
Res: Res? Yes... that's what they used to call me. Res the Grey. That was my—
[Grape smacks him]
- Another alt-text Discworld reference here.
- The alt-text to this strip is a reference to Mindy from Animaniacs.
- The 2018 Halloween arc has Peanut and Grape dressed up as the lead protagonists from Zootopia, albeit gender-reversed with Peanut as Judy Hopps and Grape as Nick Wilde.
- The 2019 Valentine's Day cards are fairly typical... for characters not named Eudoant. Instead of text, his card features an incantation written in runes that form the shape of a heart... which itself is part of a heartagram. As the heartagram's own creator notes, however, the heartagram actually became an image people got tattoos of just because it was badass, so it spread far and wide beyond what it was originally intended to be. So exactly what it's a shoutout to - the goth subculture, HIM, or even Bam Margera - is rather uncertain.
- A strip about Zach's Unwanted False Faith is titled "You're All Individuals" (and has the Alt Text "I'm not!")
- And now, there's A Flock of Seagulls:Maxwell: And I ran, I ran so far away. I just ran. I ran all night and day.
Peanut: But you couldn't get away?
(In the flashback, this is where Rufus lays a Shovel Strike on the coyote chasing kitten!Maxwell)
Maxwell: What? No, what made you think that's where I was going with this?
- When Marion arrives at Jess' house, Karishad is reading a book called "To Serve Sqrl" (sic). The strip is even called Twilight Zone Twist.
- The title of this comic is a clear reference to Undertale.
Shout Out / Housepets!