In a flashback to when the crew arrives back home after a cruise on the Titanic, Bender can be seen throwing away gold bracelet. He got this bracelet from the Countess on the Titanic in "A Flight To Remember". It is eventually revealed, that the bracelet is fake and Bender is devastated.
As the Amazonian women first approach, Amy's water, a puddle next to Leela, and Zapp's gut all vibrate with their footsteps, à la "Jurassic Park" (1993). When Leela looks at the puddle, the vibration causes her reflection to show her briefly with two eyes.
One of the only times Professor Farnsworth is seen without his glasses, although his eyes are never shown. He covers them with a hand when crying, and then turns away from the camera to look at Zoidberg enters.
Kif's nervous stammering bears a striking resemblance to Woody Allen's trademark speech cadence. This is the first time we hear him like this, although his stammer remains part of his character throughout the remainder of the series, particularly when interacting with Amy.
Futurama: Amazon Women in the Mood (2001) is about a planet inhabited by Amazon warrior women whom worship their leader, the Femputer, which is a computer. The plot is similar to Doctor Who: The Face of Evil: Part One (1977), which The Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) encounters a warrior tribe called The Saveteem and he discovers that the Saveteem worships a god called Xoanon, which is the computer of a crashed spaceship.