According to this episode, Bullock is least 58 years old. And Francine is 10 months younger than Stan is.
Roger listens to "Sous Le Ciel De Paris" ("Under Paris Skies") by Edith Piaf when thinking of Paris in his attic.
The song at the end of the episode is "Don't Dream It's Over" by Crowded House.
The lyrics sung by Bullock and Hayley's ringtone when she calls Bullock are from the Oingo Boingo song "Little Girls".
At the cleaners, Stan is seen murmuring the song "Africa" by 1980s stadium rockers Toto, changing the "I bless the rains down in Africa" line to "I crash the planes down in Africa."
Stan asks Jeff if they are familiar with a TV show Fear Factor, and asks him to take a ride with Joe Rogan.
After the end of this episode the main American Dad characters are in a production office of the show as Stan walks in to give actor Trahn Ng a hug. This scene was part of Klaus' fictional episode commentary when Ng was described as having died in a car accident while driving to the set to play a fry cook during the diner scene.
According to the actual DVD commentary, the joke that Klaus talked over went like this: