The theme song changes from 'That's My Bush!' to 'That's My Dick!', due to Dick Cheney taking over for the President.
George's personal problem is becoming a regular citizen. The national matter is the chain of succession after a new President.
Larry: Say George, can I borrow a "jewon?"
George: Not now, Larry. I got problems.
Larry: Say George, can I borrow a "queerdo?"
George: What's a queer do?
Larry: This! (gives George a kiss then hugs him)
Leron: Say George, my door is stuck. Can I borrow some "whiteydo?"
George: What's "whiteydo?"
Leron: Whitey ride my black ass all damn day. That's what whitey do!
Movin' On Down
This scene is a parody of The Jeffersons
. The title "Movin' On Down" is a parody of the song "Movin' On Up" by Ja'net Du Bois, which was the theme song of The Jeffersons
This scene is a parody of Cheers
George: Et tu, Karl?
This is a parody of the famous line, "Et Tu Brute?", from William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.