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- The episode title is a reference to the Woss Ness song of the same name.
- The game that Bart plays in the beginning of the episode is a parody of Assassin's Creed.
- The game Boblox is a parody of Roblox.
- Bobux are a parody of Robux.
- The Bobux symbol is very similar to the Bitcoin symbol.
- Some of the sound effects in Boblox come from Super Mario Bros.
- Bart tells Principal Skinner that they are playing The Oregon Trail and nobody's having a good time. Skinner then says that he doesn't see any oxen with dysentery.
- Hubert Wong has a Rolex fidget spinner.
- The kids in Skinner's fantasy are dressed as characters from different plays, including Cats, Guys and Dolls, Annie, The Lion King, and Hamilton.
- Skinner mentions Idina Menzel and Josh Gad in "Magnet Performing Arts School", who played Elsa and Olaf in Frozen. Janey portrays Elsa whilst Ralph portrays Olaf.
- Another scene in Skinner's fantasy parodies Peter Pan, with Martin portraying Peter Pan and Dolph portraying Captain Hook.
- Vegetable Crossing is a reference to Animal Crossing.
- Pickle Pesos get converted ten to one into Delta Miles.
- The Delta Miles get exchanged into Panda Express gift cards, which then get donated to Amnesty International.
- Homer once lost Maggie at The Home Depot.
- The "resident opera ghoul" is dressed like the Phantom of the Opera.
- Skinner daydreams about kids going to see Dear Evan Hansen.
- Buildings at the Limitless Frontier Horizons school include the Martin Luther King Jr. classroom, the Harriet Tubman classroom, the Mahatma Gandhi classroom, and the David Geffen Center for Social Justice.
- Skinner quotes The Wire episode "Lessons" with "When you come at the king, you best not miss." Truth-Anne's father directed three episodes of the show.
- Bart bought a Lexus with the money he made.
- Bart says that he's going to go all in on NFTs.
- Skinner rented costumes for Seussical.
- "Way Down in the Hole" by The Blind Boys of Alabama plays during the end credits.