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After Steve proclaims he has gotten his first pubic hair, Stan & Francine realize to their horror that they'll have to go through another round of puberty so they hatch a plan, thanks to the CIA lab, to rush Steve through it as fast as they can.
Meanwhile, Roger prepares for his birthday after everyone else forgets about it.
Starting with this episode, a new opening sequence is used. While featuring the same music, the interaction with the family has changed and Roger sings the line "Good Morning, U.S.A.!" instead of Stan. Stan ends the sequence by crashing into the C.I.A. sign. The newspaper headlines gags have been replaced by Roger wearing a different costume each episode when he surprises Stan in the SUV.
While starting to dance with Lisa, Steve sings a few lines of the 1997 song “I Don't Want To Wait” by Paula Cole
As with the title, the final scene with Klaus and Roger and the cake is direct from the 1984 comedy “Sixteen Candles”.
Klaus replaces the character “Jake Ryan” (played by Michael Schoeffling) & Roger replaces “Samantha Baker” (played by Molly Ringwald).
Klaus even does Jake's line of “Yeah you”.