Cleveland: Oh Meg is my least favorite of all your children.
Hummer Driver: Yeah Rumsfeld!
Peter: Now I may be an idiot, but there's one thing I am not sir, and that sir, is an idiot.
Peter: Geez Meg, you ruined my good time! Just like basic cable.
TV Announcer: We now return to "Showgirls"...
TV Announcer:...On TBS.
Red Dawn - The Musical
The play Peter refers to was based on 1984's Red Dawn, a film about the invasion of Midwestern America by Soviet soldiers.
Meg is told to bring a Baby Ruth to Sloth. Sloth is a character from the 1986 film The Goonies.
Hell Comes to Quahog
The episode title is a spoof of the 1987 movie Hell Comes to Frogtown.
Neil Simon's: The Even Couple
A Parody of Neil Simon's The Odd Couple. A play, movie and television series in where a mismatched couple of roommates end up living together.
TV Person:...on TBS
TBS is a popular television network in the United States broadcasting from Atlanta. It is often criticized for showing violent or adult themed films but heavily censoring them to remove all the "good stuff."
The Electric Company
Dianne shouting "Hey You Guys!" is an allusion to The Electric Company, an educational television program that aired in the US from 1971 - 1977.
"Hey You Guys" was part of the opening of the show.
The song that plays while Stewie and Brian destroy the Superstore is the same song that plays during the final scenes of the movie "Stripes" staring Bill Murray and Harold Ramis. The scene involves Murray and Ramis using a prototype military vehicle to escape its enemies.
Peter: I get the sensation...
Peter saying "When I walk into Superstore USA, I get the sensation...THAT I'M STANDING ON A MOUNTAIN TOP WITH THE WIND BLOWING THROUGH MY HAIR!" is a take off of the "When I bite into a York Peppermint Patty, I get the sensation" commercials