I'm Dancing As Fat As I Can/References
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- The episode name is a reference to the biographical movie I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can.
- Marge owns a Roomba.
- Odder Stuff is a parody of Netflix's Stranger Things.
- The cartoon featuring the horse version of Marge is a parody of Netflix's Bojack Horseman. Marge tells him he can watch it, while Homer says that the show is too depressing.
- The scene with Maggie and the owl is a reference to The Staircase.
- Homer changes to BoJack Horseman, which Marge tells him he can watch. Homer says that the show is too depressing.
- One of Krusty's writers suggests holding a golden ticket contest similar to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
- Other Netflix shows recommended to Homer include:
- Scandinavian crime dramas that Marge watched:
- The Adventures of Fjørd Fairlane is a reference to The Adventures of Ford Fairlane.
- The Beautiful Blue Damn Nudes is a reference to the waltz "The Blue Danube".
- The Girl with the Dragon Ta-Tas is a reference to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
- Pippi Long-Stalking is a reference to Pippi Longstocking.
- Stockholm Sin-Dome is a reference to Stockholm syndrome.
- Ted Sarandos mentions that they have a standup special with Chris Rock.
- When Homer tells Reverend Lovejoy that he watched a TV show without Marge, Lovejoy asked if it was The Crown. Lovejoy then told Homer to not tell him how it ends and Homer asked "Doesn't she become queen?"
- A picture of Homer and Marge with "Disenchantment" written under it is seen on Netflix.
- When Ted Sarandos appears and tells Homer that Marge likes dance shows, his head is floating in front of a green-on-black waterfall display, similar to the ones seen in The Matrix.
- Dance shows that Sarandos says that Marge likes:
- Former Senator Dance-Off
- Dancing on Your Grave (reference to the "dance on your grave")
- Dance 8 Octuplets
- Steve Harvey's Dance Thing (reference to Steve Harvey's Big Time Challenge)
- Why the Hell Do You Think You Can Dance? (reference to So You Think You Can Dance)
- Lap-Dancing with the Stars (reference to Dancing with the Stars)
- Moe mentions Homer who wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey.
- Hello Krusty toy store is a parody of Hello Kitty.
- The song that plays as Marge enters The Snow Ballroom is "Every Breath You Take" by The Police.
- The song that plays when Homer and Marge dance is "That Girl Is You" by Dave Matthews Band.
- Julia refers to herself in third-person.
- Krusty says "diddly" on his show, referencing to one of Ned's catchphrases. Ned also says they can't say that on TV before shutting the TV off.