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*The female Cygnoid's line about moving to Earth so she and her husband can raise fat, spoiled Earth kids and hang underwear from Earthican clotheslines originally included a line about bringing Earth weapons back to their home {{cat|countr||y}} to the terrorists of their planet. Because the episode aired after the {{w|11 September attacks|9/11 attacks}} in [[United States|America]], the "sending weapons back to [our] home country to the terrorists," was changed to "live Earthican dream."
 
*The female Cygnoid's line about moving to Earth so she and her husband can raise fat, spoiled Earth kids and hang underwear from Earthican clotheslines originally included a line about bringing Earth weapons back to their home {{cat|countr||y}} to the terrorists of their planet. Because the episode aired after the {{w|11 September attacks|9/11 attacks}} in [[United States|America]], the "sending weapons back to [our] home country to the terrorists," was changed to "live Earthican dream."
 
*The "ancient Cygnoid secret" exchange is lifted from a famous early 70s commercial for Calgon Water Softener.  It involved the same back and forth, between the owners of a Chinese laundry, with Calgon being the "ancient Chinese secret."
 
*The "ancient Cygnoid secret" exchange is lifted from a famous early 70s commercial for Calgon Water Softener.  It involved the same back and forth, between the owners of a Chinese laundry, with Calgon being the "ancient Chinese secret."
*Bob Uecker says "I've never seen anything this bizarre, and I've seen Mr. Belvedere naked! Woo!" Bob Uecker was an {{cat|actor}} in a {{TV|show}} called ''{{w|Mr. Belvedere}}''.
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*Bob Uecker says "I've never seen anything this bizarre, and I've seen Mr. Belvedere naked! Woo!" Bob Uecker was an actor in a show called {{w|Mr. Belvedere}}.
  
 
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