Fred Flintstone is seen
mentioned by Stewie
Peter breifly watches this show
Peter breifly watches this
mentioned by both Meg and Connie
The spaghetti eating scene is spoofed; it ends with former NFL football player Michael Vick running in suddenly and dunking both dogs' heads into buckets of water.
stewie flys out of the window and says "now for something I hope you really like"
Stewie (after the effects of the steroids wears off, leaving his once-bulging forearms a bulging mass of skin) flies around like Rocky the Squirrel, then says, "Here's something we hope you'll really like!"
Peter remarks with disdain having to watch a Tina Yothers-centric episode of the 1980s sitcom (due to the serious tone of many of the episodes centered on Jennifer).
Stewie - just after the steroids take effect - holds up a barbell and says, "I have the power!" much like He-Man did after his transformation from the mortal Prince Adam
Peter mentions One-Eyed-Willy
The Connie/Chris plot parodies this film's plot.
A video depicting a semi-nude and lipstick-wearing Chris singing "Goodbye Horses" by Q Lazzarus parodies a similar scene in the 1991 movie starring Jodie Foster.
Peter Griffin's "I have spoken!" joke is a reference to the film Beowulf, where Anthony Hopkins' character Hrothgar says the same thing after announcing that his kingdom shall pass to Beowulf as a reward for Beowulf slaying Grendel (so claims Beowulf). Hrothgar then walks to the battlements and falls into the sea.