When Bender overclocks himself, he reads a series of books akin to Short Circuit. The books he reads include: Calculus, Advanced Calculus, Decline and Fall of the Romulan Empire, Anti-Gravity's Rainbow, The Oxford English Pictionary, NNYC Phone Book, Wuthering (Something - Gatt***), The Mathketball Diaries, Advanced Calculus (again), Every Translation of the Iliad, How to Kill a Mockingbird, Ventriloquism for Dummies, Dante's Life in Hell, Connecticut Tax Law, Google Book, Big Book of Tumbleweeds, Guinness Book of Parallel World Records, VCR Repair, The Collected Wisdom of Braino, How I Conquered Your Planet, Complete Simpson Episode Guide, All the Presidents' Heads, Shakespeare Typed by Monkeys: Volube 78, The Sithal War, Calculon on Calculon, Ayn Rand Mcnally Atlas Shrugged, Some of the Digits of Pi, and Genome of the Flatworm Vol. 12.
The X-Cube 360 is reference to the Xbox 360 and its accessory Kinect.
Bender X-Cube 360 game ID is "BenderIsGreat34".
During Bender time as an omnisentient being he created a new galaxy every time he burped. Two if he had been eating brocolli. When Fry left Bender also created a few new elements.
A running gag in this episode is ceilling fans falling down and knocking zoidberg unconsious.
While talking with Fry about their relationship Leela says i dont know about us being so on again off again. Maybe i,m having some early life crisis. An early life crisis is a pun on a mid-life crisis.
While Leela and Fry read the future about there relationship calculated by the at the point still omnisentient Bender at some point Leela slaps Fry. Some point further while reading Fry slaps Leela. This implies that they will both do something which the other dissapproves.However seeing both there reaction there relationship will be a happy one
In this episode it is revealed that Bender has 12 terrabyte's of outdated catchphrases two of them being. "Sounds like fun on a Bun" and "Whats that sonny? you say that'll put some whoopy in my cushion?"
Bender's choice to be at Niagara Falls is likely a reference to a famous quote about supercomputers, "The super computer is technologically impossible. It would take all of the water that flows over Niagara Falls to cool the heat generated by the number of vacuum tubes required." — Professor of Electrical Engineering, New York University