Some of Amy's dialogue is lifted from this episode.
Some in-game soundbites are lifted from this episode.
"oh, the humanity!"
Lassie's head stolen by Bender
Forbidden Planet Hollywood is a reference to this film.
Robocop vulcan pinches one of the criminals
The two aliens representing race-conflict from this episode of Star Trek are seen in an inter-racial relationship.
Chewbacca's feet are on display at Forbidden Planet Hollywood.
The jailhouse that Bender gets sent to after getting caught tiling the robot-cop's butt is named "Will Riker's Island".
Michelle and Pauly Shore are a couple at a rally.
The concept of robosexual marriage is re-explored.
Riker's Island returns.
The episode is about "robosexual relationships" and a sign on the Wong's ranch references the film.
mentioned in dialogue
Amy talks about her marriage to Kif.
Fanny, a character from this film, is seen.
Various robot/human couples are seen in the episode now that robosexual marriage is legal.
Deteriorated mosaic of Bender on a nearby wall, when the Professor meets the street racers in an abandoned lot.
Many of Bender and Amy's actions are taken from this episode.