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*Limozeen being kicked off the charts by an alternative band with a girl bassist references the death of hair metal in the early '90s, when bands like [[Wikipedia:Sonic Youth|Sonic Youth]], [[Wikipedia:The Pixies|The Pixies]] and [[Wikipedia:The Smashing Pumpkins|the Smashing Pumpkins]] were able to have success. (The aforementioned bands actually all had female bassists.)
*Limozeen being kicked off the charts by an alternative band with a girl bassist references the death of hair metal in the early '90s, when bands like [[Wikipedia:Sonic Youth|Sonic Youth]], [[Wikipedia:The Pixies|The Pixies]] and [[Wikipedia:The Smashing Pumpkins|the Smashing Pumpkins]] were able to have success. (The aforementioned bands actually all had female bassists.)
*The phrase "Chuck Taylor wearin'..." refers to [[Chuck Taylor All-Stars]], designed by Chuck Taylor. "Chucks" are a signature look of Grunge, Punk, and Metal that happened after 1990.
*The phrase "Chuck Taylor wearin'..." refers to [[Chuck Taylor All-Stars]], designed by Chuck Taylor. "Chucks" are a signature look of Grunge, Punk, and Metal that happened after 1990.
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*The fact that they are in outer space may be a reference to [[Wikipedia: Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space|Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space]].
*The scene at the end, where the cartoon throws the guitar to the real-life band member, pokes fun at almost every '80s cartoon that had a (semi) famous person behind it—where the cartoon would transition/interact with the real person from off screen: Fat Albert, Alf, M.C. Hammer, Mr. T, the Harlem Globetrotters, and many others all closed the episode with the real-world people.
*The scene at the end, where the cartoon throws the guitar to the real-life band member, pokes fun at almost every '80s cartoon that had a (semi) famous person behind it—where the cartoon would transition/interact with the real person from off screen: Fat Albert, Alf, M.C. Hammer, Mr. T, the Harlem Globetrotters, and many others all closed the episode with the real-world people.
*"Encounter at Groupulon 5" is most likely a reference to Encounter at Farpoint (the first episode of ''[[Wikipedia:Star Trek: The Next Generation|Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'') and the award-winning TV series [[Wikipedia:Babylon 5|Babylon 5]].
*"Encounter at Groupulon 5" is most likely a reference to Encounter at Farpoint (the first episode of ''[[Wikipedia:Star Trek: The Next Generation|Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'') and the award-winning TV series [[Wikipedia:Babylon 5|Babylon 5]].

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