Brain says it's "not bad".
Brian says he hates the movie.
Brian tells Rush Limbaugh he'll read four pages of his book and maybe more if that nights episode of The Office (2005) ends up sucking. Later, Stewie talks about John Krasinski, Scranton, and Dunder and Mifflin after Brian turns off the television.
Brian says it's overrated.
Stewie says, "I guess Fox sometimes has bad ideas, huh?" and a Sons of Tucson (2010) banner pops up in the corner.
Seth MacFarlane talks about Rush Limbaugh's appearance on the episode
After Brian says "Conservative Republicanism is the answer," there is a cut to Stan Smith in his living room saying, "Good. Good for Brian."
Rainn Wilson's voice can be heard as Brian and Stewie watch The Office (2005) on the tv in the Griffins' living room.
Rush Limbaugh's closing "I'll be there" speech spoofs Tom Joad's concluding speech.
The song "Republiantown" is sung to the music of "The Company Way" from this movie.
The Griffin family watch The Brady Bunch (1969) in widescreen and can see black men that couldn't be seen before.
With the help of a talking dog and the Harlem Globetrotters, Rush Limbaugh and John McCain unmask a mummy in the middle of a swamp to reveal that it was really Barney Frank all along.
Brian's replacement of the appliances in Rush Limbaugh's kitchen spoofs the destruction of the kitchen in the scene from "Zinc and You".
Rush Limbaugh saves Brian when he's jumped and takes out the gang the way Mister Miyagi does. Rush's moves are the same as Miyagi's, and Brian looks at him through blurred vision like Daniel.