- The CEO is a parody of Donald Trump.
- Pajama Pals is a parody of the kids show The Pajanimals.
- FastaPic is a parody of Instagram
- The Grape Store is a parody of the Apple Store.
- Ben's computer OS has a taskbar that is based on Windows XP's taskbar.
- However, in Man on the Moon 2, an error message is shown and it's a modified version of an image of a Windows Vista/7 error message.
- The Gilbert logo is a parody of the Commodore logo.
- Ben calls Tom Captain Kirk as a reference to the Star Trek character.
- The characters Steve Hobbs and Steve Bosniak are a parody of Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
Ben's High Score
- The song that plays 3 times during the episode is a parody of the song Eye of the Tiger.
Strategic Hot Mess
- The "Hot New Celebrity List" includes Vincent Vega (a character from Pulp Fiction), Lady Bubu (a parody of Lady Gaga), and Chuck Borris (a parody of Chuck Norris).
Hank the Millionare
- CashKicker is a parody of Kickstarter.
- The Sundown Sector is a parody of The Twilight Zone.
- The title is a reference to the great bell in London of the same name.
- The title is a reference to The Terminator.
- This episode is a parody of Game of Thrones.
The Perfect Roommate
- Ben mentions BluJack, which is a parody of Bluetooth.
- Hank says when a negative meets a positive, an angel gets its wings. This is a reference to the line from Itsa Wonderful Life "Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings."
- The Smile Magazine cover is a parody of the Time Magazine cover.
Ghost Pirate Hunting
- Bigbeard is a parody of the English pirate Blackbeard.
- The scene where Hank and Ginger try to fight Bigbeard is a parody of Ghostbusters.
Lost Friend Will Zee
- Will Zee mentions YouTube in this episode.
- The line “When you have a lot of power, responsibility is also a thing that you have to think about sometimes once in a while.” is a reference to the quote from Spider-Man "With great power comes great responsibility".
The Famous Monster
- This episode's title is a reference to The Fame Monster, a studio album by American singer Lady Gaga.
- Basements and Banshees is a reference to Dungeons and Dragons.
Funny Robot Galileo
- This episode has a few references to Frankenstein.
Hank: Whoa, this reminds me of that movie about the mad scientist who created a monster.Angela: You mean Frankenstein?Hank: No, that’s not it...Angela: Hank, you’re thinking of Frankenstein.Hank: No. Hold on, hold on, oh, it’s on the tip of my tongue. No, that’s vinegar.Angela: Whateverstein.
- The episode starts with a Frankenstein-like scene, but instead of Frankenstein making a monster, it's Hank making a sandwich.
- There's another Frankenstein-like scene when Ben introduces the gang to Galileo. He yells "Rise, Galileo! Rise!" and when Galileo turns on, he says "It’s alive! Alive!" while laughing maniacally.
- Hank and Angela even acknowledge the episode being a parody of Frankenstein.
- Later in the episode, Galileo goes rogue and runs away just like Frankenstein.
- The episode's title is a reference to the song of the same name by the American singer Lady Gaga.
A Secret Worth Keeping: Part Two
- When the CEO invites Tom and Hank (who he thinks is Ben) to be the featured speakers at the Tech Stars Conference, they parody the painting "The Creation of Adam" by Florentine painter Michelangelo Buonarroti.
- At the end of the episode, after saying goodbye to everyone in Bongo and McGillicuddy’s world, Hank repeatedly says “There’s no place like home” which is a well-known quote from The Wizard of Oz.
- The episode's ending (Hank finds out it was all a dream but realizes he still has his badge) is a reference to the Wizard of Oz's ending.
- The entire episode is built around references to Star Wars.
- The characters mentioned are references to Star Wars characters.
- Chip Trailblazer is Luke Skywalker.
- Lord Evil is Darth Vader.
- Old Elf is Yoda.
- Roll-Bot is R2-D2.
- Tom tells Angela that most people watch the Space Conflicts movies in the order "four, five, six, then one, two, three, and then seven." This is referencing how in the Star Wars franchise, Episode 4-6 came out first, then Episode 1-3 came out about 15 years later, then Episode 7 came out 10 years later.
- When Angela starts watching the first Star Wars movie, it begins with an opening crawl parodying the opening crawl from every Star Wars movie.
- The opening crawl also starts with "A long time ago, on a planet far away" referencing the quote that every Star Wars movie starts with "A long time ago, on a galaxy far far away...".
- The episode is about Tom and the gang going to the premiere of the eighth Space Conflicts movie, so the episode was fittingly released the day before the eighth Star Wars movie released.
- The characters mentioned are references to Star Wars characters.
- Angie Fierce is a reference to American singer Beyoncé's alter ego Sasha Fierce.
Landlord in Love
- The painting of the CEO is a parody of The Creation of Adam by Florentine painter Michelangelo.
Angela the Psychic
- Morph Robots is a reference to Transformers.
- Dance Dance Rebellion is a reference to DanceDanceRevolution.
- MyFace is a reference to Myspace.
- Castles and Latrines is a reference to Dungeons and Dragons.
- Pleekymon cards are a parody of Pokemon Cards.
The Substitute Teacher
- The game Ben teaches his students how to play is a parody of Minecraft.
The Other Tom
- This episode is based on the novel The Prince and the Pauper.
The Yes Girl
- Good Morning Today is a parody of Good Morning America.
- The name of the book that Rhonda gives Angela (Say Yes to the Yes) is a reference to the reality show Say Yes to the Dress
- Squarestack is a parody of Minecraft. However, it seems to be a different game than the Minecraft parody from The Substitute Teacher.
- The code on the inside of Ronnie's suitcase (up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A) is the Konami Code.
- There's a moment where Angela says, "The old Angela can't come to the phone right now because she doesn't exist." This is a reference to "Look What You Made Me Do" by Taylor Swift, where she says, "The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, 'cause she's dead!".
The Good Germ
- The battle between the gang and the giant Jeremy during the climax is a reference to Power Rangers.
Ben's Digital Detox
- The climax of this episode parodies Home Alone.
Tom the Bodyguard
- The song that Angela sings at the beginning of the concert is a parody of Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You".
- One of Tom's costumes is a reference to The Phantom of the Opera.
Save the Tree
- At one point, Ben calls Hank and Ginger's tire-swinging contest "Clash of the Tire-tans," an obvious pun on the film Clash of the Titans (1981).
Movie Star Angelo
- Starlight Blue is a parody of Sailor Moon.
The Mystery of the Pyramid
- This episode contains many references to Scooby-Doo!
- This episode's plot follows the general formula of a Scooby-Doo! episode.
- Tom says "Let's split up, gang," referencing Fred.
- Hank tries to say a word like "Zoinks," referencing Shaggy.
- Ricki DeLuna says "And I would have gotten away with it too if it weren’t for you meddling people who I specifically invited here." Nearly all criminals in the Scooby-Doo series would say something along this line whenever they got caught.
- Angela says "Jeepers!", referencing Daphne.
- Ben "sniffs" the clues, referencing Scooby.
- This episode is a semi-adaptation of the classic story The Gift of the Magi.
The Cursed Game
- Hank mentions several tabletop games which are references to existing tabletop games.
- Sugar City is a reference to Candy Land.
- Medical Procedure is a reference to Operation.
- Apologize is a reference to Sorry!.
- This episode is a parody of Franchise/Jumanji, with it being about the gang being sucked inside a board game.
- The name of the board game (Welcome to the Dungeon) is a reference to the name of the 2017 Jumanji movie "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle".
The New CEO
- The painting of Hank is a parody of The Creation of Adam by Florentine painter Michelangelo.
- This episode is a parody of The Hunger Games.
- Nougat Lisa is a parody of the Mona Lisa painting.
- The controller Hank uses is a parody of the PlayStation controller.