• The title of the episode is a reference to the sequel of the film Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, titled Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey.
  • The saxophone solo is a reference to when Clinton played a saxophone during the Arsenio Hall Show during his campaign race against George Bush Sr, except he played "Heartbreak Hotel" and not the theme to Night Court.
  • When Seamus throws the octopus right into a wall, the octopus goes down it like a Wacky Wall Walker, an octopus-like toy from the 1980s.
  • In a cutaway, Peter and Lois are laughing at a drawing Stewie drew. Lois says “It looks like Muhammad Ali drew this”, referring to Muhammad Ali's Parkinson's Syndrome.
  • The “Lost City of New Orleans” is a reference to Hurricane Katrina's impact on the Louisiana city, and the fabled city of Atlantis. The tank also contains the skeletal remains of a Girls Gone Wild cameraman and the woman who flashed him.
  • The scene in which Peter sees the Octopus he encountered at the aquarium standing outside his property smoking beside a red sports car waiting for revenge is a reference to Max Cady waiting in the same situation from Cape Fear.
  • In a cutaway, The Thing from The Fantastic Four is a victim of Lorena Bobbitt, who in 1993 cut her husband’s penis off.
  • The scene where Meg approaches Clinton after his saxophone performance wearing a white bra and pink panties is a reference to Empire Records where Liv Tyler’s character approaches a musician while wearing similarly colored undergarments.

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