The name of the psychotic jock is Billy Nolan, which was also the name of Nancy Allen's psycho boyfriend in Carrie.
Ione and her mother switch bodies.
Mentioned in dialogue
Billy talks about Wrath of Khan and slugs in a star trek uniform
Mentioned by principal
Lone says "Clapton your my Ralph Macchio, do the crane thing."
Poster seen, Teacher is talking about flux Capacitor and 1.21 gig watts on chalkboard.
Clapton references Patrick Swayze and does a few moves
Picard is mentioned
Clapton makes a number of references to Patrick Swayze, the way he driesses to the way he fights
Lone says "Eat my shorts jerk." Bart Simpson used to say "eat my shorts"
Mentioned by Sloan
A character states that they're going to "watch Freejack on laserdisc."
mentioned by Sander
Sanders is a Steven Seagal fan and Clapton is a Patrick Swayze fan much like Clarence is an Elvis fan. In a time of need a silhouette of the characters beloved actor appears behind them as a mentor. Also some musical cues are reminiscent of the theme from True Romance.
Riley dresses up as Angela Chase (Claire Danes)
References to Scream, after Riley is attacked and falls in pool, talking to police. Neve Campbell and talks about Scream
mentioned by Ione
Billy says he is wearing a LeVar Burton pinky ring
Billy taking to young Verge in 1992, saying he comes from a future where machines have taking over and are using humans for power
A character mentions that Clapton and Ione "makes as much sense as that stupid movie Torque". Torque was directed by Joseph Kahn, who also directed this film.
Cop says to Riley "you really nuked the fridge with that one." The term comes from the film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, in which, near the start of the movie, Harrison Ford's character survives a nuclear detonation by climbing into a kitchen fridge,
Sander says that this movie is on cable after the food fight at the bowling alley
Talking about Avatar while bowling
Clapton's year book photo states "He made everyone he skated past feel 20% cooler". "20% Cooler" is a phrase that originated from the show.
Josh Hutcherson introduces a clip from his film
Billy claims to have fly blood in him and his vomit is acidic
When Billy is shown with a tv on his hand, everyone calls him "TV-hands" and the music is similar to the "Edward Scissorhands" theme
The plot to the "Cinderhella" movie