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  • When Stan sends the e-mail, the computer sings "let the e-mail soar". This is a play on John Ashcroft's song "Let the Eagle Soar".
  • Stan's line "even the younglings?" is a reference to Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
  • Steve's dream is a reference to Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
  • The scene with Steve waking up, disoriented, in an ice-filled bathtub, with Roger about to harvest one of his kidneys for profit is a reference to the urban legend where travelers are drugged and one of their kidneys is harvested.
  • When Steve stands up from the tub, part of his stomach is labeled "sweetbreads," indicating that Roger misunderstood Hannibal Lecter's labeling in Red Dragon.
  • When Roger explains his theory about Bin Laden to Steve, his room is littered with magazine and newspaper clippings connected by string in a nonsensical fashion. This is a reference to a similar scene involving John Forbes Nash in A Beautiful Mind.
  • George Bush's choking on a Hot Pocket parodies a real-life incident where he choked on a pretzel. [1]
  • When President Bush is discovered drunk he says that his wife would run him over is a reference to an incident where Laura Bush was in a car accident where a friend was killed.
  • When President Bush is reciting all the alcoholic drinks he made or drank at Hayley's age, it's a reference to the fireworks scene in Joe Dirt.

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