Timmy mentions that he was born in South Africa, Adhir Kalyan, the actor who portrays him, was born in Durban, South Africa.
Russell plans to go see a movie called "Stewardess School Blues". This film does in fact not exist.
David Spade's character, Russell Dunbar, gave out his twitter address: Twitter.com/russelldunbar. This is a real Twitter account, which bills itself as "The Official Twitter Page of Russell Dunbar", and has been linked via tweet from the official Twitter account for the show itself.
Though credited, series regulars Oliver Hudson and Bianca Kajlich don't appear in this episode. In fact their characters aren't even mentioned.
Though she is credited, Bianca Kajlich doesn't appear in this episode. Adam mentions that her character is in Philadelphia visiting college friends.
The novel that Russell's mother gifts him, 'The Return Of The Stone', is itself fictional.
The video game Adam orders online, "Field of Duty IV" is an obvious reference to the popular "Call of Duty" series of first-person shooters. Interestingly, while Adam specifically mentions that the goal of the game is to kill Nazis, the fourth entry in the actual "Call of Duty" series, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007) (VG) was the first one not to take place during World War II, and as such to not feature Nazis as enemies