• The episode was initially scheduled to air on February 14, 2021, but was bumped after a significant rain delay of the Daytona 500 canceled the entire Animation Domination block. As with "Cutawayland", the episode aired on Citytv Canada on its original date.
  • Although the press release reported Joe's car as a vintage Corvette, the promo images show it as based on the 1955 Chrysler C-300.[1][2]
    • The car is equipped with the correct dash-lever PowerFlite automatic transmission, although Joe pretends to shift gears as if it were a manual transmission. It also incorrectly shows a parking and two lower gears. The PowerFlite and its 1956-60 successor Torqueflite utilized parking brakes in neutral instead of a parking gear. It's also shown as a convertible, a body style not available until 1957.
  • Meg hosts reruns of Family Guy in Germany.
  • Brian and Holly sing "Somethin' Stupid", originally by Nancy and Frank Sinatra. This is reflected in the comment about it being a song from a father to his daughter.
  • Brian associates Dylan Flannigan's birth date with the film Ratatouille.
  • Joe's jukebox references the many classic rock 'n' roll songs that appear to be about statutory rape.[3][4]
    • "Thirteen Candles" references "Sixteen Candles" by The Crests (1958)
    • The third song is a parody of "Rock Around the Clock" by Bill Haley and the Comets
  • Quagmire listens to the podcast The Moth.[5]
  • The final German dialog translates as:
    • Peter: I am glad that everything is back to normal.
    • Quagmire: I'm sorry about your car, Joe.
    • Joe: It's OK. Now where is Jerome with the wiener?

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