The tune played in the scene where Stan is trying to find a parking space is an instrumental remix of "Been There, Done That" by Dr. Dre.
Public Enemy's song, "911 Is A Joke" plays when Stan has the clock necklace on and dances with his one rocket boot.
When Stan shows the family the robot frog he purchased, he is actually speaking the mainland dialect of Mandarin Chinese to it, not Taiwanese dialect as he claims.
The song played during the Klaus exploiting his new body montage is "September" by Earth, Wind & Fire. Earlier, Stan tells Klaus the body belonged to the lead singer of an Earth, Wind & Fire Cover Band.
This episode has five plots in it, one for each member of the family.
When Stan pushes Francine out of the way from the falling glass, only to be saved by the giant clock he's wearing around his neck, he mentions that this was the second time that hip-hop saved his life, without revealing the first time. In "Killer Vacation", he once again thanks hip-hop for saving his life.