Trivia Edit

  • The idea for this episode came about when Richard Nixon the President of the United States, issued a $300 tax rebate to everyone.
  • Farnsworth breaks rules one and two of Fight Club; do not talk about Fight Club.
  • When Fry goes to drink his 100th cup of coffee during the climax of the episode, he uses three one-dollar bills to pay. This is inconsistent with earlier scenes in the episode, where dollar amounts were deducted from the special "Tricky-Dick Fun Bill" when change remained from the purchase.


Fry saves people in a similar fashion the Flash does it.

Mission ImpossibleEdit

The scene where Bender steals the cigar is reminiscent of the film Mission Impossible.

Star TrekEdit

The prison is named after Commander William Riker from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Bloodhound GangEdit

Nixon says The loot, the loot, the loot is on fire. This is a reference to the main chorus of the Bloodhound Gang's song "Fire Water Burn."

James BondEdit

Zoidberg goes to a shop "Diamonds Are Forever". It could be a refernce to the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever.


Fry goes to a coffee shop Starfishbucks Coffee, a reference to the international coffee company Starbucks Coffee.

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