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Ben Affleck's character, Dean, asks, "What'd life be like, walking around without testicles?" In the movie, Dogma (1999), Affleck played the role of Bartleby, an eunuch angel with no testicles.
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The scene in the pawn shop where Cindy sells the stolen guitar was filmed in the same store used for the infamous pawn shop scenes in Pulp Fiction (1994).
Gene Simmons' character, Joe Adler, is a nod to attorney Jim Adler and his "Have you been injured?!?!" local TV commercials.
Joe Adler is also referred to on Beavis and Butt-Head (1993), also created by Mike Judge.
After Office Space (1999), Mike Judge wanted to make a follow-up companion piece to the movie, one about his experiences owning a small independent company that was sympathetic to the boss.
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When Nathan, the neighbor, comes round to ask for money for the tickets, he says, "Mmmyeah, I'm going to need you to go ahead and write a check for those tickets. That'd be grrreattt." This is a reference to the character of Lumbergh in Mike Judge's previous film Office Space (1999), who used this phrase often.
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Gary Cole: In the first bar scene, Gary Cole (who played Bill Lumbergh in Mike Judge's Office Space (1999)) can be seen in the background, behind Joel and Dean.

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Mike Judge: Factory floor worker Jim.

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