Tropers: The Series is positively Reference Overdosed: if you name a series, its probably referenced at one point in the roleplay. This has cooled down in the later seasons, but there are still a ton of references to be found.
- When Revaryk first enters, she carries a replica of the Master Sword.
- When Tales of Under first enters, he carries a jug of Spider Cider. After this, he trips over Zazzerpan The Learned's hand.
- Following this, Taco goes Moe Howard on Tales and TropesForever.
- Tales also mentions having a Gaster Blaster on the top of the apartment.
- Revaryk then references the "people die if they're killed" meme.
- Random Writer then does a Take That! to Disney Channel.
- Random mentions that Puma has a Funtime Freddy doll in his room.
- Rev mentions that she could magically conclude the episode by "just turning around and going 'WHAT A TWEEST!'. Just like one of those films by that one director!"
- While cleaning up, Puma starts singing "Be Prepared".
- After kicking the landlord in the nuts, Tales exclaims "Ten points to Griffindor!".
Tales' Real Father
- Steve Urkel is introduced as a semi-recurring character.
- An enlarged cricket says "ya shtunggli shugg mnahn'". Later, Zero turns into a Cthulhu Monkey Thing.
- When Random wonders who Tropes' mother is, The X-Files theme starts playing.
- Another '"Five Nights at Freddy's'' reference is in this episode when Puma shows up with a Bon-Bon puppet, and later mentions going to Fazbear Corp.
- Sarysa speculates that Tales' father is the Denver Broncos.
People Sit on Chairs
War of the Nerds
- Zero mentions that he rigged a poll to find the best Homestuck troll.
- Tales mentions someone saying that Undertale is the worst game ever.
- Bev is a Stand user. And then she says that JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is making business.
- When telling Bev where she should could stay, Tropes mentions building bunk beds in the broom closet.
- Tropes sighs in his best Charlie Brown impression.
- A nerd soldier asks Tales why he deleted their Game of Thrones episodes.
The Tropers Rob a Bank
- Sarysa thinks that she just created Bun Bun in the sitcom.
- Zack hears a confused plan to rop a picnic, and thinks it has something to do with Yogi Bear.
- Tropes says "Shutting up, sir.".
- Puma justifies the bank robbery by saying "That's our job, but we're not mean..."
- The minibus Taco rented has a Nintendo Switch. Sarysa wanted to play The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, while Tropes was unimpressed because it didn't have LittleBigPlanet.
- The Three Stooges are referenced again, with Sarysa gratuitously channelling them. Then she goes Leeroy Jenkins.
- Sam the Cricket programmed a Tesla's horn to say "C-O-M-E W-I-T-H M-E I-F Y-O-U W-A-N-T T-O L-I-V-E".
The Tropers go to an Amusement Park
- Tales says he got a ticket to Disneylandfill.
- Puma is glad they managed to avoid the plot of National Lampoon's Vacation.
- Bev's ringtone is SONO CHI NO SADAME.
- The flying Tesla taking off is described as being Back to the Future Part II-style.
The Royal Wedding Part 2
We're Sorry Episode 8 Was So Short
- The names of the people who wrote in to the show are scramblings of Muppet Performer names: Eric Whitmire (Eric Jacobson and Steve Whitmire) and Peter Rudman (Peter Linz and David Rudman).
- Tropes mentions he thought he saw something JoJo-related in the pile of wedding/birthday presents.
The Gang Starts a Cult
The Cult Wars
- Zero mentions being derivative of Dirk, and calls his robot Lil' Pete.
- Penroses wonders if they're going down the Moral Orel path.
- After Puma was supposedly blown up, but Taco revealed that it was actually a blow-up doll, Tales complained that he ruined his '"South Park'' re-enactment.
Rage Against the Status Quo
- The plan to destroy the Status Quo is filled with references. It includes The Ant Hill Mob, Steve Urkel again, Mettaton EX, Dirk Strider, Yukon Man, and D-Class.
- Sarysa mentions Hatsune Miku.
- Tales also references Mario & Luigi.
The Bottle Episode
- Sarysa says the episode might be a gripping drama, like "Duet".
- John Egbert retcons everything.
- Tales plays The Angry Video Game Nerd II: ASSimilation.
- The whole "Days in the Future" arc is a reference to Homestuck.
- Zack throws bottles at random people while yelling "Jarate!".
- Taco and Tales are playing Call of Cthulhu.
The Unlucky Episode
The Return of Stevil
The Peril of Executive Meddling
- Zack's Stand is called People are Strange.
- Penroses sings the theme to Pinky and the Brain.
- Penroses reads a passage from Hamlet.
- Zack plays NetHack.
We go to the Aquarium
- Zack does a Jotaro impression. He also says a starfish is from Morioh.
- The Aquarium is called Shipshape Aquarium.
- Zero steals a joke from xkcd, and Tropes worries that Randall Munroe will sue.
- Zack says "I heard Dr. Kujo will be coming to the aquarium".
- Tropes is glad that Cthulhy is gone, because he was sick of paying money to H. P. Lovecraft's estate.
Urnrose runs away from home
- Zero criticises Zerobot for ripping off Wolverine.
- When Totally Not An Alien first enters, Zack yells "BUZZ LOOK AN ALIEN!".
- Tropes tries to refer to Homestuck and Lovecraft, but spoonerises them into "Lovestruck and Minecraft".
- Multiversal Penroses considers putting Urnrose into the body of a Five Nights at Freddy's plushie.
- After Totally Not An Alien mentions his power to summon bird-men, Zack wonders if it has something to do with Bird Person from Rick and Morty.
- Tales says "This is Tropers: The Series, not Homestuck: The Series or Doctor Who!". He then suggests that he and Taco escape before "these edgy dorkbags force us to play FNAF".
- The episode begins with Tropes paying royalties to Andrew Hussie, Lampshading the abundance of Homestuck references.
- Bev is worried that they'll have to pay for use of Stand as well.
- Urnrose is reincarnated as a Bill Cipher POP! Vinyl Figure.
- Tropes receiving a call warning him about nuclear bombs coming to his city is a reference to the film Miracle Mile.
- While on a road trip to North Korea, the gang drive a Studebaker and sing "Movin' Right Along".
- Tales compares the situation to Hogan's Heroes.
- Tales goes to the MAD Official Screening Room, and gets a Neuzooka that fires pop culture references.
- Apparently, one faction of Zero's robots formed a League of Legends team.
- Tropes chooses Lew Zealand as his alias.
- Zack worries about having to pay the Joestars for using their technique, and Taco tells him to change his name to Joestar.
Nukes Abound Part 2
- Andrew Hussie attacks, and there results a flurry of Homestuck references.
The Breather Episode
The Whole Plot Reference Episode
- Suggestions for what they should reference include William Shakespeare, The Old Man and the Sea, A Christmas Carol, and Fantastic Voyage. They eventually settle on Ace Attorney, before morphing into Sherlock Holmes.
- After Tropes re-edits Bev's first appearance, he says "George Lucas would be proud".
- Swampertwee wears a Voltron Legendary Defender paladin uniform.
- Tropes once again tries to think of a reference to A Muppet Family Christmas.
- The Doctor, Susan, Ian and Barbara randomly show up as wacky neighbours who wave while "Spanish Flea" plays.
- Zero suggests they play Brockian Ultra Cricket.
- The League of Legends robot team is mentioned again.
- Zero has Britannia bots.
- After being resurrected, kaalban apparently looks uglier than Dark Souls undead.
- G 2 Battle Convoy has a lightsaber.
- "What a twist" is mentioned again.
- G2 summons an FA-78 Full Armour Gundam, or more specifically the Thunderbolt version.
- Rev fails to summon Gilgamesh.
- Zack says he'll be streaming Chuggaaconroy.
- Zero's mecha includes Shinkiro's shield and Star Dream's space wings.
- Kaalban wonders if they should have a Mario Party-style game tournament.
- Rev compares Taco shooting Kim Jong-Un to something from South Park.
- Zero suggests a game of Sburb. Tropes objects because he doesn't want to pay Hussie again.
- kaalban's healing potions include a blood vial and T-Virus.
Scheming and plot
- Kaalban signs up their skinny Nemesis for Movie Reference's experiments.
- Movie Reference mentions that something Jekyll-and-Hyde-ish might happen after taking the experimental medicine.
- When talking about her Xathian powers, Bev says she's not Supergirl.
The Season Finale
- Taco says the show is like Cheers.
- Orcs from Mordor appear out of nowhere.
- Taco mentions Movie's "Voltron OC".
- Zack pretends to be Rorschach.
- Zack says it's like "that one episode with Raven in Teen Titans".
- one of the Zeros says "Mon canard est en feu!".
- Kaalban disagrees with Undertale and says "The[r]e are no dreams and hopes in this cruel world".
Where the Hell is Taco Badger?
- When talking about directions to the apartment, Movie says "Please tell me it wasn't a right at Albuquerque."
- G2 considers calling the Moore Brotherhood for reinforcements.
- Zero assures us that "this is supposed to be a sitcom, not a war series or Mario's Castle Calamity".
- The games suggested are "Monopoly: The Board Game: The Movie: The Video Game", "Dookie Dookie Panic", "Ghouls n' Garbage", "Nerdja Gaiden", and "Why Why Why Why Why".
- G2 notes that Doom would be a bad game to play in "if-you-die-in-the-game-you-die-in-real-life" virtual reality.
- Movie suggests "Mad Manor MTV Cribs" as a potential B-Plot.
- Zack turns out to be a Watcher.
The Clever and Original Whodunnit Plot Parody
- Taco sarcastically notes that Movie is a Rick Sanchez Expy.
- Steve Urkel returns once more, and is cooked into steak by Quentin Benedetto.
- Taco, Tales, and Li play Blernsball.
- Li's full name is given as Li Bei Fong.
- Zero brings lead pipes and candleticks for everybody.
- Zack says that unlike Dio, he doesn't like his steak bloody and full of knives.
- Bev somehow finds herself in a scene from The Adventures of Food Boy.
What's The Deal With All These Pickled Goods?
- Taco wonders if Be More Chill is right and humanity has stopped evolving.
- When Taco asks what year it is, G2 offers it in both Anno Domini and Universal Century.
- Movie says "G2! get me off this crazy thing!"
Audience Q&A Extravaganza!!!!!!!
- The Tomino estate and Sunrise threaten to sue G2 for use of his Gundam. Possibly Quite Insane mentions that's how he got his Voltron repossessed.
The Body Catalog
- Tropes asks if Taco got The Muppet Show Season 4.
The Fellow from Outer Space Who Was Just No Good At All
- Taco compares Bev's improvisation of Xathian lore to Mork & Mindy.
- Zack says that with all the strange things happening, It won't be long before the SCP Foundation finds them.
The Origins Episode
- Tropes gratuitously quotes Clive Handforth.
- Movie wonders why no one is saying that one Anchorman quote.
- Tropes has a weird little speech about other tropers' achievements. Supposedly, DrNoPuma was a voice actor on a Sesame Street cartoon about the number 413, and Cyber Controller wrote the script for a movie called Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in Chinatown.
The Good, The Bad, And The Tropers
- After Zero reveals his backstory, involving a Skynet expy, Tropes says he hears the sound of Andrew Hussie and James Cameron's lawyers.
- Someone almost welcomes the tropers to West of Loathing, before Tales informs them that they don't do product placement.
- With all the suing, Zack says they'll need to know where Nintendo get their legal department, before deciding that he'll just call Phoenix Wright.
- After Weirdguy 149 is introduced, Taco notes that it's now The Good, the Bad, the Weird.
- Taco says "Ruh Roh".
- Puma has a NES zapper and Sam's revolver.
- Tropes' golf cart goes at Ludicrous Speed.
The Bowling Tournamentnote
- There's a cutaway to some Cobra employees receiving Movie's inventions.
Cruising for a Disaster
- Tropes suggests they make the episode a Titanic (1997) parody.
- Movie describes Zack as a knockoff Batman.
The Goddamned Paintball Episode...Bitch
- Taco realises Movie got the idea for the episode from Community.
- G2 says "BEAR WITNESS TO THE POWER OF THE HUMAN PERSONIFICATION OF THE WHITE DEVIL!"
- After G2 corrects Zack on what lawyers do, Zero suddenly shouts "OBJECTION"!
- Bev then wonders if they'll have to hold a Class Trial.
- This is followed by an extended series of Red vs. Blue quotations.
- Zero then speculates on what Red Vs. Blue would be like in Splatoon.
- Tropes' failed Feghoot attempt involves The Lord of the Rings and The Beatles.
- Movie notes that they're going full on with allusions to Modern Warfare. Tropes, confused, thinks he means Sauron was in Call Of Duty Modern Warfare, and Zero concludes that would be an awesome game.
- After a kerfuffle over a remix of "Come Together", Zero is septical that people think someone other than Yoko Shimomura can make good music.
- razorrozar7 feels that someone warned them about stairs.
- Raz says "I'm A FUCKEN ROCKET SHIP".
The Godammned Paint Ball Episode Part 2
- Tropes asks if "Twist & Shout" counts as badass music, prompting Tales to reference Wayne's World.
- Raz mentions that drama series like Doctor Who, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The X-Files are better at two-part episodes than comedies.
- In reference to the last episode, Tropes flies in on a Great Eagle with The Beatles in tow.
Tropers: The Series In SPAAAAAAACE!
- Raz says "I'm A FUCKEN ROCKET SH-" again, before realising that they said already.
- Movie suggests they do something Douglas Adams-y. Then Douglas Adams turns out to be the guest writer, despite being dead.
- G2 suggests they raid a Star Destroyer. For the Adamsy twist, Raz suggests they do it in their pajamas.
- Raz's pajamas have Pikachu's face on them.
Xathos or Bust
- Zero wants to have a Death Battle of Bev vs. the Status Quo.
- G2 compares Bev being bred for invasion to the Cyber-Newtype.
- Movie tries to trick one of the Xathians into beleiving that Earth has already been destroyed, and says that the tropers escaped Hitchhikers-style.
- While attempting to give a testimony in court, Tropes reads out the beginning of A Christmas Carol.
- First Class at the Comedy Tonight bar includes an Xbox.
- Jerry Seinfeld makes a guest appearance, promting Movie to sing the Seinfeld theme.
- Tales streams Star vs. the Forces of Evil.
- Taco calls Movie a Rick Sanchez expy again,and Movie notes that it's not the first time.
- Tales suggests Movie play Minecraft on the XBox.
- Helios joins the episode in a rather meta way.
- fergzilla says "Blorp".
- After Tropes randomly adopts a strange accent, Taco sarcastically refers to him as "Elmer Fudd".
The Gang Recounts Tales of Old Friends
- Movie is annoyed that they never ended up doing the Ace Attorney parody courtroom episode.
Quest for Ratings
- As an attempt to be "relevant", Tropes references Donald Trump and The Emoji Movie though Twitter hashtags.
The Quest to Kill the Writers or Make Them Resign
- After shooting Penroses, William Radar Storm suggests they go through his pockets and look for spare change.
- To see if anyone will believe his claims, William rolls a d20. DnD Fanatic Penroses then shows up.
- Taco turns out to have a Moore Brotherhood ID card.
An Episode With the Alt Crew
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The Wham Episode Which is Packed With Comedy And Thrills
An Episode Entirely Around the Pokemon Cards
The New Frood on The Block
- Ford Prefect is introduced, replacing the Robin Gibb clone
What Shall We Do With the Sick Betelgeusian?
- While finding something to read to Ford, Chey finds My Immortal.
- Chey sings the Venusian Lullaby to Ford.
Lovey-Dovey Fluff for The Viewers note
- The Romantic Karate song from PaRappa The Rapper 2 is referenced a couple times in the episode.
- The Doctor, Susan, Barbara, and Ian return as the wacky, waving neighbors
More Pokemon Card Fun Because What the Hey And This Can't Be Removed Or Written Over So Ha
Tropers: The Series: The Musical!
- The ending of the episode is a homage to the closing scene of the series finale of Are You Being Served?
Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo
- This exchange occurred when the Skittles' blond daughter Frida was introduced.
- Mr. Skittle: AH! Dees is mai daughter I talked to yoo all about. Dees is Frida.
- Zanreo is looking to play some rhythm games at an arcade, including Taiko no Tatsujin, pop'n music and Rhythm Tengoku. When playing the Rhythm Tengoku machine, Karate Joe from the same game pops out of the machine.
El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Tropers
- Chey and Ford ends up spending the night at Chop Chop Master Onion's Romantic Karate Dojo
- A flashback shows Zanreo singing "Judgement" at karaoke.
- Revenge takes the form of Popuko.
- The villains of the episode are a cult who worships Olivia Newton-John, kidnaps Tsunku, and threatens to sacrifice her unless the Tropers bring them a 8-track of the Xanadu soundtrack.
- Revenge takes the form of Goku Black.
- Chey takes Ford to a Peppa Pig stage show. It wasn't a good experience for the poor Betelgeusian.
- The group meets Medusa and Heracles, who both use their character design from Fate/stay night
- Springman and Atlantis own a gyro cafe in Greece.
- Revenge takes the form of Jotaro Caulifla, complete with Stand.
The Troper's New Groove
- Mansa Musa fought Pachacuti in this episode.
- Sunshine is the guardian of the temple.
The Obligatory Beach Episode
The Karate Tropers
- Chey has a dream about being a Sim
- The Tropers face various characters from Touhou
- After Chey finds out Taco used her TARDIS without permission, She threatens to make him listen to Petula Clark. When that backfired, She threatens to make him listen to Nickelback. She eventually ends up reciting Vogon poetry instead.
- Upon meeting the bunyip, who works as a bartender in a pub, Puma's first reaction is to start singing "The Bunyip Song". He stops, because he's afraid the bunyip will find it offensive, but as it turns out, the bunyip likes the song.
- The bunyip and his snake wife are based on the bunyip from Chrono Cross and the bunyip from the Monster Girl Encyclopedia.
And The Lights All Went Out in Massachusetts
- While looking for a circus (it's a long story), Puma accidentally comes across the tombstone of Ludwig von Tokkentakker and summons CarnEvil. The tropers are then put in a jail cell by Junior, one of the game's bosses. Fortunately, Chey defeats Carn Evil's monsters with a Dalek gunstick.
- Tropes points out that France is the home of Soupe Opéra and wonders if he'll "meet the orange chicken or the fruit bull?"
- When the tropers enter a convent, Puma considers singing "The Bells of Notre Dame", but decides against it only because he doesn't think he'll be able to hit the high note at the end.
- Several in the scene where Puma, in werecat form, walks on the rooftops:
- The scene where Junon and her friends are enjoying Confit Byaldi is based on the scene from Ratatouille, complete with flashback to childhood.
- While in the convent, Revenge is in the form of [[Video Game/Darkstalkers Felicia.]]
Silliness in Sweden
- The episode is a Jukebox Musical to songs by ABBA, referencing Mamma Mia!
- Tropes claims to be learning Swedish, though he is actually speaking gibberish, a la Swedish Chef.
- Puma and Taco respectively reference Swedish Youtubers Robbaz and Pewdiepie.
- The entire episode is a Whole Plot Reference to '"Yellow Submarine''. The eponymous sub, the Sea of Time, and the Sea of Monsters all appear.
- Tamatoa shows up as an antagonist.
- Mr. Duck's personalities in this episode include Don Duckles and Mr. Spuck.
- The sub has a button which alternates between playing Nickelback songs, and the "Skinner and the Supperintendent" theme.
- After an Always a Bigger Fish sutiation, Tropes says "The ability to speak does not make you intelligent" before noting it's the wrong quote.
- Puma sings a snippet of "Underground" and references the tagline of Jaws.
The Tropers Go Crazy! (...with the plot, to be precise)
- This episode is another Whole Plot Reference, this time to The Goonies. The setting being Astoria, Oregon, the main characters going down a well, finding a skeleton, facing a puzzle which involves playing specific notes, failing to solve the piano puzzle ending in the ground falling, and an Italian mob family pursuing them.
Tropers: The Series...Again
- When in the car, Zanreo takes out a blue, spiked and winged shell.
- During the commercial break, Puma's commercial is for a pastiche of the classic Kit-Cat Klock. The commercial also references Fazbear Corp again.
The Sweat Lodge
- After the Tropers left to go to the sweat lodge, Chey and Ford stay at the cabin and watch the former's favorite show America's Test Kitchen.
- Melody is seen near the end of the episode playing a unspecified Sims game on her mobile phone.
Invasion of The Ford Prefects
- Tamatoa returns in the episode, This time as a secondary antagonist.
- Chey names two of the Ford clones Chumbley and Quark.
Wilde Zeiten in Zürichnote
- The Bus-Driving Mechanoid sings Sweet Caroline while Chey and Ford throw up everything they ever ate after smelling the Schafnase Emmental.
Docking Port In Portugal
- In the beginning of the episode, Chey, Ford, and Clone!Robin were dressed up as the Second Doctor, Jamie, and Zoe respectively.
- One of the executives mentions Battleworld and A Game of Gods, names of two big crossover RPs on TV Tropes.
The Beginning Of The End, Part 1
The Beginning Of The End, Part 2
- Zanreo attacks several of the henchmen by beating them up with taiko drumsticks while "Lightning Passion" plays and a Taiko notechart is shown.
- Zanreo sings "Get To The Top" and "Zetsubou Chou Pride" at karaoke.
Back to Tropesburg
- Medusa buys a Dr. Wallace Breen action figure. The two shows Dr. Breen appears in are Battleworld and Esoteric Investigations. Battleworld is a reference to Battleworld and Esoteric Investigations is a reference to Our Avatars Were In A Room Together The Continuation.
The Cat Who Did Too Much
- Hol Horse and Boingo from Jojos Bizarre Adventure appear as NPCs, as well as Jacky Bryant and Akira Yuki from Virtua Fighter.
The Obligatory Camping Episode
The Tropers Stay Home
Honey, I Shrunk The Tropers!
The Obligatory Very Special Episode
- Morph Moth, the moth girl Reploid, is a gender-flipped counterpart of Morph Moth from Mega Man X2.
A Degree In Murder
- Like the original Mega Man X, Dr. Cain is the creator of the Reploids.
- Magna Centipede, a centipede ninja girl based on Magna Centipede, kidnaps Junon.
- The episode is a Whole Plot Reference to Danganronpa
Obligatory Spooky Halloween Episode!
A Breather Episode Since the Past Two Episodes Were a Bit Intense
Money, Money, Money
Tropers Fortress 2
Tropers: The Series: The Documentary
- Gunther Glazkov, a Fate OC made by MobileLeprechaun, makes a cameo during a commercial
The Gundam Pilot and the Girl with the Aichi Doll
- Medusa and Junon fight a Berserker Lancelot (based on Ignoble Knight of Black Laundsallyn) and a Mother Harlot Rider (based on a combination of Red Saber and Mother Harlot)
- Zanreo sings pop'n music ron.
Cirque du Tropers
In Plane Sight
Troping All the Way
Slots And Martinis
Sorry, I Don't Speak 'Baguette'
Revenge's Day Off
- Clock King is from Batman: The Animated Series
Law And Order: Tropesberg Unit
The Tropesberg Rebellion
Robin and The Clefairy
Super Smash Tropers
- The episode is a Whole Plot Reference to Super Smash Bros..
- The intro for Zanreo's bootleg game includes the line "and down with them completely".
- Said bootleg game is also a Mario-based hack of Cheetahmen II.
- One new Smash Bros. stage is based on Rhythm Heaven.
I Bet You Look Good in The Dancefloor
Reckless Driving Causes Friendships
The Gang Gets Anomalous
Ruckus Over Repast
The Shawshank Redumbtion
Tropesberg's Got Talent
It's Raining Right Here
- Spottedleaf jokes about having a cousin who accidentally froze an entire country- a clear reference to Frozen.
Go, Go, Power Tropers! A Exciting Adventure with Mechas!
THE SPACE JAIL ONE
The Carnival is Not Over
- When the town crier appears, Puma mentions that the city had been looking to hire one. He says he asked them to hire the one from Corpse Bride. In the same post, Puma mentions that he thinks Stop Motion is real, which is a reference to Undyne believing anime is real.
Played for a Fool
The Magic Tool Bus (Journey to the World Within)
- While at the local Domino's store, Chey jokingly orders a boneless pizza with a 2-liter Coke before placing her real order.
Tropers of the Lost Ark
The Royal Wedding
A Danish Play
- After Puma is stabbed fatally with a knife in the play, He says that he is ded, not big surprise. It is a reference to a quote from Team Fortress 2.
- Everything Bob does or says while killing Four in the play is a reference to a quote or action made by Diavolo and King Crimson from Jojos Bizarre Adventure.
- In the diner scene, Cayenne goes up to the jukebox to play "What's New Pussycat" twenty times and "Its Not Unusual" which is a reference to a stand up comedy routine by comedian John Mulaney. The other Tropers shown to have a mostly negative response to this, with Tales smashing the jukebox.
- Shown as the original poster had Shown Their Work as both songs were released in the late 60s.
Hit that Deck, Before the Iceberg Does!
- This episode's plot is based on the James Cameron film Titanic
- Junon makes an appetizer sandwich as an homage to Binging with Babish, who made the sandwich as a reference to Back to School
- After Dan's unfavorable confrontation with the ship's chef, it didn't take long for a waiter to announce their newest dish "Soylent Green"
Showa Little Respect!
Queen Victoria's Secret
Les Miserables: Werecreature Edition
Mind If I Crash Here?
The Tropers Crown Affair
- West returns, and has gotten through several dimensions to do it.
- She mentions stealing Chocos from Kid Martian (probably from a DC AU).
- Pulls out a Lightsaber from the Interdimensional bag.
- Does Zatanna style spells.
- The episode ends with Chey saying to the viewers to "Tune in next time, ladies and gentlemen, when we're another minute short." This is a reference to the end of a interview segment at the end of a first-season episode of The Monkees where Micky says the exact same quote.
The Wig of Cthulhu
- White getting trapped under a pile of newspapers and eating preserves to survive is a reference to the Simpsons episode "Bart the Murderer", where the same thing happens to Principal Skinner.
- Leaf uses "Roxie Hart" as an alias. This is a reference to the main character of the musical Chicago, which, like this episode, is set in the 1920s.
- The ball at the Hamilton Lodge is an outright reference to The Faggots Ball, a historical precursor to the modern drag balls of today.
- The sword Nakijin throws Aoife is Brotherhood, a sword given to Tidus by Wakka in memory of Wakka's brother in Final Fantasy X.
NPCs: The Series
The Final Countdown
Back Home Again
- The episode title itself is a reference to John Denver.
I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do
- Custard herself pretty heavily resembles Edgar from the film Electric Dreams, especially in her physical design. She even uses Emoticons to convey her emotions to others!
- When Custard is introduced, she mentions taking "a wrong turn at Albuquerque".
The Wild Coleberrys
- The episode title itself is a reference to The Wild Thornberrys.
- The way the Tropers get rid of Steve Segue is straight out of The Aristocats: They shove him in a box, ship him off to Timbuktu, and then throw a party.
- Custard's reaction to the prospect of a post-Steve party:Custard: Let us be gay, for he is a dickweed!
The Beauties of Tropesburg
- One of the commercials is a full-blown parody of Big Bill Hell's, although in this case it's advertising mattresses, not cars.
- When Kaf plays David Bowie's "Fashion", Baryl boos him and suggests he play SebastiAn instead.
- Chey wears the outfit that Cally wore◊ in the Blake's 7 episode "Gambit".
The Great Los Santos Heist
- This episode is essentially a Whole Plot Reference to the Grand Theft Auto series, with the Tropers taking a trip to Los Santos to work with Michael DeSanta.
- As the Tropers change costumes for the heist, Arimo decides to become Arimo Lupin. Steph also seems to change into a Carmen Sandiego-esque outfit with a red trenchcoat and matching fedora.
- Chey, of course, attends her OB-GYN appointment dressed as the Sixth Doctor.
- After's weapon of choice? A Keyblade!
- In which After references a classic ASCII meme:I like milkshake. Hmm... tastes like prion disease.
- Several of the glitches are shoutouts to various Vinesauce corruption streams, such as clown vomit textures and certain sound effects being replaced by guitar riffs.
- The main antagonist of the episode is the Grand Sun, which is essentally the giant, floating head of Grand Dad, a bootleg version of Mario featured in one of Joel's bootleg NES game streams.
- Kay's wand? It's from the Mushroom Kingdom.
Don't Be a Drag, Just Be a Queen
- The episode title itself is a reference to a lyric from Lady Gaga's "Born This Way".
- At the beginning of the episode, Custard is shown playing King's Quest IV.
- A few of the drag race participants are essentailly cosplaying. For example, Chey's drag persona is Charlie Chaplin, Custard's is Sans, and NPC Itsame Mario's dressed as... well, Mario.
The Perfect Storm
- Vanessa shows up to the apartment still dressed as Alastor from Hazbin Hotel from the previous episode.
- During a game of Scattergories, Cutbug namedrops Max Barry, the creator of NationStates.
- When drunk, Custard starts reciting the beginning of DaThings1's video "Wow! It's Made".
- In an attempt to cheer up Chey while she's going through labor during a massive storm, Knife starts doing the Distraction Dance.
The Suite Life In Lunar Times
- During the Climax, Nimrod mentions hes listening to Cheap Trick