Three Dreams Denied/References
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- Comicalooza is a parody of the San Diego Comic-Con.
- Skinner's toys brought by Agnes include:
- Comic Book Guy has various unsold Hulk hands on the back of his shop.
- MeBay is a parody of eBay.
- Comic Book Guy and a cosplayer wear Doctor Octopus costumes.
- A Funtendo Zii ad is on the back of a comic that Bart holds.
- Phil Muhlstock reads a script for The Godfeather, a parody of The Godfather.
- Phil calls Comic Book Guy the "Snark Knight" and "Mean Lantern", references to Batman's nickname "the Dark Knight" and the Green Lantern.
- Phil does voice over for:
- Cosplays on the plane include:
- The plane captain mentions Superman.
- Comic Book Guy's question cards mentions Spider-Man, Shelob, Krypto the Superdog, The Joker, Marvel and The Hulk.
- The person sitting next to Comic Book Guy mentions Adam West, Brendan Fraser and has a Captain America's shirt.
- Cosplayers at the Comicalooza wears costumes of:
- At Comicalooza there's a Baby Yoda changing station.
- Comic Book Guy mentions having the chance to rub elbows with the who's who of Doctor Who.
- Comic Book Guy mentions Paul Rudd's role of Ant-Man.
- Comic Book Guy sees Jon Favreau in the VIP room.
- Auntie May's Pretzels is a reference to Aunt May.
- Comic Book Guy mentions Professor X.
- Stands and panels at the Comicalooza include:
- A person at the panel mentions Thor and Asgard.
- David Z. Cohen is a reference to David X. Cohen and his change of the middle initial due to the Screen Actors Guild rules.
- A person at the panel mentions Superman's creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shunster.
- Comic Book Guy is offered a job at DC Comics.
- Lisa tells Blake that her "Baker Street" will be more baked.
- Bart gets his check from Warner Bros. Studios.
- Actors in Cookie Castle:
- Comic Book Guy mentions Gollum, the Galactic Senate from Star Wars, and Spider-Man drawn by John Romita Jr. Jr..
- Forever Chapter 11 is a parody of Forever 21.
- Urban Shot-Putters is a parody of Urban Outfitters.
- Bed, Bath Bankruptcy is a parody of Bed Bath & Beyond.
- Blake and Lisa sing "Any Note You Can Reach", a parody of the song "Anything You Can Do (I Can Do Better)" from Annie Get Your Gun.
- Comic Book Guy sells the Radioactive Man figure for $3400 with $20 shipping costs.
- Phil voices Itchy, implying he took over the role from June Bellamy.
- The voices that Bart does, Nelson and Todd Flanders, are also characters voiced by Nancy Cartwright